This 4,038-acre park, located on the Norris Reservoir, began in 1933 as the first Tennessee Valley Authority project. Miles of trails lead hikers through deeply forested valleys and ridges. Many other attractions await your finding at Norris Dam State Park.
The park has two camping areas with 25 sites in the east section and 50 sites in the west section of the park. Sites have tables, grills and electrical and water hookups, while some sites in the east primitive section lack these facilities. Modern bathhouses and dump stations are provided, and a laundromat is located near the park Village Green Complex adjacent to the pool and recreation center. Sites are available only on a first-come, first-serve basis, and maximum stay limit is two weeks. A primitive camping area is available to scout and other youth groups by reservation only.
Laundry facilities are available and the cost is $1.00 to wash and $1.00 to dry.
Sites available to persons with a disability
Picnic areas are available on both the east and west sections. Each area is equipped with tables and grills, with playground and restrooms nearby.
There are two large picnic pavilions for larger gatherings. Pavilion #1 is offered free on a first-come, first-serve basis and pavilion #2 may be reserved up to a year in advance and accommodates up to 100 people. Pavilions are equipped with grills and water spigots.
The pool is open for the 2008 season on May 24 and will close for the season on August 3. Season passes will be available. Pool is open 7 days a week from 10:00a.m. until 6:00p.m. through the summer.
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