Only a few minutes from where we are camping in Clinton and made for the perfect after lunch walk. I love photography and this site did not disappoint. Beautiful views, lovely breeze and crystal blue water. Take you time and explore the various scenic overlooks to see the Dam and Marina from multiple views.
With the Norris Dam just celebrating 80 years there is much history here. There is also a tea room, picnic shelters and cabins. There is a museum, grist mill and the song bird trail that one time around is 2 miles. Going past the dam on the right you will see a marina. There is camping and a wonderful swimming... 更多
This is a great place to hike and fish and enjoy the outdoors. They have some really cool old settler equipment and really nice friendly visitor center. Great place to relax and a really nice rock paved walking trail next to the river.
My family visited Norris Dam State Park on the 80th anniversary of the building of Norris Dam. Since 911 terrorist attacks, tours of the dam have been prohibited, but as part of the anniversary celebration, we were able to tour the operation center. The park itself is on either end of the dam...there is an older part on one end... 更多
Drove here from Cove Lake State Park (was camping there) to check it out and see what was there and to check out the camping. We enjoyed the overlooks and reading about the history of the dam. Drove through the camp ground and decided we would come back to camp in the near future.
Nice pool and picnic areas. Love the east side of the Park--quaint cabins that have been there many years. Wonderful picnic pavillion with a fire place.
If you're into the outdoors, this is a great place to visit. It was ridiculously hot and humid (3rd week of July), but I didn't need bug spray. Bring a fan if you tent camp. Be sure to visit the Lenoir Museum, and check out the dam at night. The lights are so pretty! 30 minutes north of Knoxville makes... 更多