Tourist and recreation potential: Upper Cumberland Lakes Area of Tennessee (Clay, DeKalb, Jackson, Overton, Pickett, Smith, and Warren counties)
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Tourist and recreation potential: Upper Cumberland Lakes Area of Tennessee (Clay, DeKalb, Jackson, Overton, Pickett, Smith, and Warren counties)

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Published by Prepared for Area Redevelopment Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Tourism.,
  • Outdoor recreation -- Tennessee.

Book details:

The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 87 l.
Number of Pages87
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16625153M

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Cumberland Mountain State Park is situated on the Cumberland Plateau, which extends from western New York to central Alabama. It is said to be the largest timbered plateau in America. Cumberland Mountain State Park began as part of the greater Cumberland Homesteads Project, a New Deal-era initiative by the Resettlement Administration that helped relocate poverty-stricken families on the.   “Cookeville is a world-class destination and the perfect place to showcase our state’s warm hospitality and incredible natural resources, including the lakes, rivers and streams unique to our Upper Cumberland,” said Commissioner Mark Ezell, Tennessee Department of Tourist Development. The 12 Kid-Friendly Tennessee Attractions You Should Visit From thrilling roller coasters to lush gardens and historic stories, kids of all ages love visiting these Made in Tennessee destinations. Tennessee’s Highland Rim and Cumberland Plateau are nationally known for the cascades, gorges, rock houses and waterfalls nestled among their lush forestlands. Nature has combined this unique natural topography with an extensive system of rivers and streams to create particularly exceptional waterfall destinations. Many of these waterfall sites - Fall Creek Falls, Caney Creek Falls, Piney.

This map shows highways, main roads, secondary roads, marinas, campsites, islands, water mileage in Lake Cumberland Area. Go back to see more maps of Lake Cumberland U.S. Maps. and recreation resources. Dale Hollow Lake is the most significant recreational asset in Clay County, w total acres (27, acres of water acres of land). The county has three main recreation areas: Dale Hollow Dam, Lillydale and Willow Grove. Each area has . Jamestown, the Fentress County seat, sits at the intersection of U.S. and Tennessee Highway We are situated on the Cumberland Plateau in eastern Middle Tennessee and are near several natural wonders, including the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, Pickett State Park and Dale Hollow Lake. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

[Fig. 6] The Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area (BSFNRRA) is located in some of the most remote and rugged territory on the Cumberland Plateau. Its present size is approximately , acres, and it encompasses almost all of the drainage area of the Big South Fork of the Cumberland River. The Big South Fork originates in Tennessee at the confluence of the Clear Fork and New. Upper Cumberland River Watershed () of the Cumberland River Basin The Caney Fork River Watershed is located in Middle Tennessee and includes parts of Bledsoe, Cannon, Cumberland, DeKalb, Putnam, Sequatchie, Smith, Van Buren, Warren, White and Wilson Counties.   Creek-bass angling in the Upper Cumberland offers opportunities to connect with fish both in numbers and for size. That’s a pretty seductive win-win proposition for any fanatical sport fisherman, says Campbell, who’s always game to gab about fly . The Cumberland Plateau is the southern part of the Appalachian Plateau in the Appalachian Mountains of the United includes much of eastern Kentucky and Tennessee, and portions of northern Alabama and northwest Georgia. The terms "Allegheny Plateau" and the "Cumberland Plateau" both refer to the dissected plateau lands lying west of the main Appalachian Mountains.