Paris Landing State Park, Buchanan

#171 of 353 in Parks in Tennessee
Paris Landing State Park is an 841-acre (3.4 km²) state park located on the western bank of Kentucky Lake in Buchanan, Henry County, Tennessee.
The park is located inland from the original site of Paris Landing which served steamboat traffic on the Tennessee River. The site is now under the waters of Kentucky Lake, which was created by TVA when the Tennessee River was dammed in 1944.
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  • Cabin was very nice and park employees and locals were super nice. Enjoyed visit to Fort Donelson, very educational and saw a Bald eagle in the wild  more »
  • Nice area. Glad we got to see the replicas of Christopher Columbus ships. Very scenic area. Glad we went.  more »
  • Great sites. Seen a lot of new and great things while parents lived here. Great place to live. They even have a fairy that u can drive on and it takes u to the other side. It was too cool.
  • Such a beautiful park! Boating is definitely the main attraction. The pool is nice. During the summer though not all cabins have a lake view like the website touts, so if you want one, stay in cabins 1-6.

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