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  You just can't imagine the amount of outdoors fun things the area near Ramsey Lake has to offer. At Ramsey Lake you always meet someone from Tracy City, and in the event that you are trying to locate something amusing to do nearby, pop by Smartt Scooters Plus for a bit of go-kart racing. At Ramsey Lake you can see Farmer Camp Hill It's always good to explore Higgenbotham Spring.
Dry warm beds await you at Edgeworth Inn and Campus Suite, and if you're looking
    for some flowing water? Try Black Creek. Man, is there plenty of fun stuff to do in the Cumberland Plateau Mountains. You'll need more than a day to look at everything Ramsey Lake has to offer, you can camp at Kimball Campground.

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These outdoors activities are available near Ramsey Lake.
 Public Lands Near Ramsey Lake:
South Cumberland State Park, Tennessee, 12 miles away
Old Stone Fort State Park, Tennessee, 27 miles away
Rock Island State Park, Tennessee, 29 miles away
Russell Cave National Monument, Bridgeport - AL, 22 miles away
Little River Canyon National Preserve, Fort Payne - AL, 50 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Ramsey Lake:
Kimball Campground, Jasper, 17 miles away
 Hotels Near Ramsey Lake:
Economy Inn And Suites, Henderson, 6 miles away
Edgeworth Inn And Campus Suite, Monteagle, 9 miles away
Super 8 - Monteagle TN, Monteagle, 9 miles away
The Smoke House Lodge And Cabi, Monteagle, 10 miles away
Sewanee Inn, Sewanee, 14 miles away
 Whitewater Near Ramsey Lake:
Big Fiery Gizzard Creek, Grundy/ Marion County, 5 miles away
      Class III-V - 12 miles long (Tracy City section)
Little Fiery Gizzard Creek, Grundy County, 5 miles away
      Class III-IV - 0.85 miles long (Into Big Fiery Gizzard Creek)
Little Sequatchie, Marion County, 12 miles away
      Class II-III - 7 miles long (Indian Creek to Sequatchie River)

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