Hours of Operation
Park Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Inn, Restaurant and Golf Course are open 7 days a week.
Take Exit 126; towards Parsons follow TN-69. Turn right onto TN-100 and then left onto TN-22. Turn left onto US-64 and then turn right onto TN-128. Go 12 miles and the park entrance is on the left.
US 45 South to State Route 57 East.
State Route 57 East to the Park.
From Florence, AL:
US 72 West to Iuka, MS. Take MS Route 25 West (turns into TN Route 57) to the Park.
For a map and specific driving directions, visit MapQuest.com
At least one cabin at the park is accessible to persons with a disability.
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Landing State Park
PO Box 15 | Pickwick Dam , TN 38365-0015
Office: 731-689-3129 | Toll Free: 1-800-250-8615
Pickwick Landing State Park is located just south of Pickwick
Dam, 12 miles south of Savannah, TN., in Hardin County. The lake
and river offer excellent fishing, boating, swimming and a marina.
Accommodations on the park include a modern Inn and Restaurant,
cabins and camping. There is also a beautiful and challenging
golf course. The park contains 1,400 acres of forested hills and
hollows. There is a 2.8 mile trail to explore and enjoy
the wildlife and plant life around the lake. Picnicking, swimming
and play fields are also available.
Pickwick Landing was a riverboat stop dating from the 1840s.
In the 1930s during the depression, the site was chosen for one
of the Tennessee Valley Authority’s dams on the Tennessee
River. What comprises the park today was once the living area
for the TVA construction crews and their families. The TVA Village,
better known as Pickwick Village was located where the Post Office,
Park Office and day use area are now located. A Boy Scout
Lodge was located where the old inn is located. The State of Tennessee
purchased all 681 acres of Pickwick from TVA in 1969. Since
that time additional land has been bought to enlarge the park.
and Meeting Rooms
Five meeting rooms are available for meetings or banquets.
The conference center has over 6,000 sq. feet of space for large
groups or the rooms can be broken down to accommodate from 30
to 500 people. All conference and meeting rooms are equipped with wireless internet access.
Our conference rooms can be tailored to fit a large variety
of functions. Any catering function can be tailored to fit your
meeting needs. The Park can provide: slide projector, TV, VCR
and sound system equipment, overhead projector, flip chart stands,
screen, telephone and a podium.
Rooms (.pdf format)
Floorplan, Capacities and Dimensions (.pdf format)
The restaurant specializes in fine southern cuisine at popular
prices. Our catering menu can be tailored to fit any need and
function from whole lobster to barbeque picnics. We offer a buffet
and A-La-Carte menus. Persons with special dietary needs can be
accommodated on request. Children 6 – 12 eat for ½
price and children under 6 eat for free. (Note: Free or
discounted meals for children does not apply to banquets or special
Breakfast hours: 7am - 10am
Lunch hours: 11am - 2pm
Dinner hours: 4:30pm - 9pm
Landing State Park offers a variety of accomodations for your
extended visit. Our Park Inn has 119 rooms, all overlooking beautiful
PIckwick Lake. Located near the inn are cabins, each of which
has a capacity of 8.Tthe cabins feature central heat and air,
cable TV, full kitchen, a patio and fireplace. The beautiful wooded
campground provides 48 sites, each equipped with a table, a grill
and electrical and water hook-up.
Click a link below for photos
and more information on that lodging option.
a lot to do and see at Pickwick Landing State Park! Hit the links
at our par 72, championship 18-hole golf course. Enjoy the Island
Loop Trail, which meanders almost 3-miles through a beautiful
hardwood forest along the river. All types of boating are allowed
at Pickwick Landing, and Pickwick Lake is famous for smallmouth
bass and Tennessee River Catfish.
The park also offers an indoor pool year-round and an outdoor
pool from Memorial Day to Labor Day (for cabin, camping and
inn guests only) and three public swimming beaches.
Click a link below for photos
and more information on that activity.
A small fire circle is located adjacent to the campground, which
may be used by the public, provided no park programs are scheduled
there. It seats approximately 15 people.
Our gift shop offers a wide assortment of gifts, collectibles
and souvenirs. Need a toothbrush?
We have that too!