“5000 acres of pure Tennessee”
The park’s 5,000 acres of timberland and hardwood bottom land is sparsely inhabited making it resemble a wilderness. Guests visiting Big Hill Pond State Park can utilize the campsites. There is no backcountry camping allowed, however there are shelter camping sites. These sites can have up to ten people at each, there are six bunks but four or more persons may sleep on the floor. Recreational activities for the outdoor enthusiasts may include fishing on the old Big Hill Pond or Travis McNatt Lake equipped with phenomenal views. Fishers will find bass, bream, and catfish throughout this area. The park is home to thirty miles of overnight and day use trails consisting of four backpack trail shelters and five miles of hiking trail and two trail shelters lie south of the railroad within our hunting area.
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