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Watts Bar Lake

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Wonderful destination for paddlers, anglers and birders; the tributaries and marshy wetlands attract many nesting bird species and provide cover for a wide array of freshwater fish; hiking, biking, and picnic areas can be found in the City of Kingston parks; 3.8 mile linear Betty Brown Memorial Walking Trail skirts the lake to connect Kingston City Park to Fort Southwest Point Park, providing scenic views from either direction. Lakewood Park features an accessible kayak launch and fishing peninsula.

Connects: Betty Brown Memorial Walking Trail, Fort Southwest Point. Kingston City Park, Lakewood Park

Map

Waterway Information

Access Points & Contact

Boat Ramps

TVA Reservoir Website – 800-882-5263

Kingston City Parks – 865/376-9476

Size

Shoreline Miles: 722 miles

Surface Acres: 379,000 acres

Length: 72.4 miles

Connections

Betty Brown Memorial Walking Trail

Fort Southwest Point

Kingston City Park

Lakewood Park

Resources

TVA Watts Bar Dam Website

TVA Lake Levels

TWRA Fishing Info

TWRA Boating & Fishing Access Map

Bicycling

Bicycling

Birding

Disc Golf

Disc Golf

Fishing

Hiking

Paddling

Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing

Running / Walking

Running / Walking

Skateboarding

Skateboarding

Wildflowers

Wildflowers