Enjoy hundreds of acres of wilderness at this state park in northeastern Tennessee.
Cove Lake State Park sits on over 600 acres and is known for its wide variety of recreation such as fishing, biking, hiking, birding, and camping. The lake covers 210 acres and is perfect for anglers to fish for bass, crappie, and bluegill. This park is also ideal for bird watching. Depending on the season, bird species you may see include red-winged blackbirds, wood ducks, various warblers, red-shouldered hawks, bald eagles, killdeer, osprey, and more.
With over seven miles of hiking trails, there is much for hikers of all ages to explore at Cove Lake State Park. There is also a 3.5-mile paved bike trail that is easy enough for beginners. There are also 100 campsites available for guests to enjoy an extended outdoor getaway with their friends and family. Nightly camping rates vary depending on availability, so it is best to reserve a campsite in advance. Don't hesitate to stop by Cove Lake State Park the next time you're in northern Tennessee.