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New trail opens at Raccoon Mountain

Recreation facility improvements

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TVA River Neighbors
April 2006


New in 2006

Recreation facility improvements

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A new fishing pier at Lock Six recreation area on Wilson Reservoir was designed to be accessible to people with varying physical abilities.


This summer, reservoir users will notice improvements at several TVA public recreation areas. Here’s some of the work that has been done since the last recreation season:

  • Douglas: Extended the boat ramp and added a new courtesy pier below the dam.
  • Wilson: Constructed a new universally accessible fishing pier at Lock Six recreation area.
  • Pickwick: Improved the courtesy dock and breakwater below Wilson Dam at the Rockpile recreation area.
  • Kentucky: Paved the access road and improved the parking areas at the boat ramp and swimming beach at Pacer Point recreation area.
  • Boone: Added an additional lane to the boat ramp and expanded the courtesy pier at the Point 22 recreation area.
  • Tellico: Expanded the swimming beach at the canal recreation area.
  • Watts Bar: Rebuilt the boat ramp at the Rhea Springs recreation area.
  • Wheeler: Constructed a new fishing pier at Joe Wheeler State Park.
  • Cedar Creek: Constructed a new courtesy dock at the boat ramp on the dam reservation.

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