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Parker Lake

 
  Parker Lake in fact is in the middle of a stunning outdoors paradise. There's some flowing water close by, Rusty Cup Creek is a stream you can explore during your stay. Close by Grasshopper is enjoyable for the whole family, and Hometown Inn Monteagle is a great place to get some rest.
You find the 12-mile-in-length Tracy City section segment of Big Fiery Gizzard Creek close by; this is a grade III-V whitewater stretch. This stretch of Big Fiery Gizzard
    Creek is a tough stretch for whitewater boating. A class III-IV, 0.85-mile-long whitewater stretch can be found on close by Little Fiery Gizzard Creek, the Into Big Fiery Gizzard Creek portion.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Parker Lake.
 Public Lands Near Parker Lake:
South Cumberland State Park, Tennessee, 11 miles away
Old Stone Fort State Park, Tennessee, 26 miles away
Rock Island State Park, Tennessee, 27 miles away
Russell Cave National Monument, Bridgeport - AL, 25 miles away
Little River Canyon National Preserve, Fort Payne - AL, 52 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Parker Lake:
Kimball Campground, Jasper, 19 miles away
 Hotels Near Parker Lake:
Economy Inn And Suites, Henderson, 8 miles away
Edgeworth Inn And Campus Suite, Monteagle, 10 miles away
Super 8 - Monteagle TN, Monteagle, 11 miles away
The Smoke House Lodge And Cabi, Monteagle, 11 miles away
Sewanee Inn, Sewanee, 15 miles away
 Whitewater Near Parker Lake:
Big Fiery Gizzard Creek, Grundy/ Marion County, 7 miles away
      Class III-V - 12 miles long (Tracy City section)
Little Fiery Gizzard Creek, Grundy County, 7 miles away
      Class III-IV - 0.85 miles long (Into Big Fiery Gizzard Creek)
Little Sequatchie, Marion County, 14 miles away
      Class II-III - 7 miles long (Indian Creek to Sequatchie River)

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