Imagine over 800 miles of spectacular blue crystal clear water with reflections of the Cumberland Mountains on the tree-lined water and mountain views of both Cumberland and Smokey Mountains. This is why thousands of visitors fall in love with Norris Lake Tennessee. Norris Lake is a sportsman paradise and considered as one of the cleanest lakes in the Southeast.
If you are visiting for the first time or thinking of visiting Norris Lake, you have came to the right place. This website will walk your through important Norris Lake information you will need to make your stay on Norris Lake more memorable.
Norris Lake is East Tennessee's premier lake destination. Norris Lake covers 5 Counties; Anderson, Campbell, Claiborne, Grainger and Union. Blue Waters of Norris Lake cover nearly 35,000 acres at normal elevation and attract thousands of visitors for boating, fishing, swimming and more. The shores, winding 800 miles through thousands of tiny coves and narrow valleys between wooded slopes, are favored for wakeboarding, boating, camping, kayaking, and more.
More than 50 Islands dot the surface, some with inviting picnic spots. Three parks, over 20 Marinas, year round fishing, lots of campgrounds, and exceptional dining both on and off Norris Lake.
Cove Lake State Park is a 600- acre park has 210- acre lake maintained at a constant level by a dam across on arm of Norris Lake: excellent for fishing, camping and hiking. Cove Lake State park has a campground with all of the modern amenities. Park offers hiking trails, swimming pool,a Pavilion for social activities.