Cherokee Lake

Cherokee Lake covers 30,300 acres at full pool, is 59 miles long and has 463 miles of shoreline. Cherokee Lake is shared by Hamblen, Grainger, Jefferson, and Hawkins Counties. The towns surrounding Cherokee Lake are Morristown, Bean Station, Jefferson City and Rogersville. Rent a pontoon boat and camp at one of the many islands dotting the lake or hire a fishing guide to learn the best spots on the lake.

cherokee lake morristown tn

Cherokee Lake Marinas

Everhart Camping and Country Store

5676 Fall Creek Dock Road

Fall Creek Marina and Campground

5656 Fall Creek Dock Road           

Hamblen Marina at Cherokee Park

3050 Hamblen Dock Road

Parkview Cabins

3643 Brights Pike

Morristown Marine

2905 Cherokee Park Road

Tom’s Marine

2040 Buffalo Trail

Cherokee Park

3075 Floyd Hall Drive,


  • April 1 – October 31 8 AM – 10 PM and
  • November 1 – March 31 8 AM – 5 PM

Admission: Free; call for camping and pavilion rental rates.

This beautiful 178 acre public park resides on the banks of Cherokee Lake with mountain views. It features lakeside camping, walking trails, picnic pavilions, playgrounds, boat dock with lake access points and a competition disc golf course. Visit the website for special event information.


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Disc Golf Courses

Morristown boasts three challenging courses that are fun for all ages and skill levels. Known collectively as “The Big 3”, the courses have been the home of the Tennessee State Disc Golf Championships since June 2013 .

Admission: Free

Hours: Daylight

The 18-hole courses are located conveniently throughout the area:

Cherokee Park Disc Golf Course at

Cherokee Park, 3075 Floyd Hall Drive

Morristown Rotary Disc Golf Course at

Frank Lorino Park, 3100 Lorino Park Road

Kiwanis Disc Golf Course at

Wayne Hansard Park, 5100 Dearing Road
Disc Golf Courses
Disc Golf


If tee time is the start of a great vacation, then the Morristown area is a great place to visit with more than 30 golf courses within a 50 mile radius including a championship course that was host to the Tennessee PGA Tournament.

Millstone Golf Club

450 Alpha Valley Home Road

Morristown Golf and Country Club

1635 Doyal Drive
Millstone Golf Club

Morristown City Parks and Recreation

415 W. Louise Avenue                  

The Morristown City Parks and Recreation Department provides year round activities for all ages. The amenities include recreation centers, tennis courts, baseball, softball and little league fields, football and soccer fields as well as outdoor basketball courts, horse barn and ring, and fifteen (15) parks and playgrounds with picnic areas and shelters available year-round.


Civic Park – 390 Sulpher Springs Road

Martin Luther King, Jr. Park – 350 W. Ninth North Street

Frank Lorino Park – 3100 Lorino Park Road (featuring BMX track and disc golf)

Fred Miller Park – 442 W. Morris Boulevard (featuring splash pad)

Hillcrest Park – 407 S. Liberty Hill Road

Jaycee Field Dog Park – 1726 Dalton Ford Road

King Park – 400 Montvue Avenue

Long-Reel Track – 506 Inman Street

Popkin Field – 1049 Merwin Street

Sherwood Park – 301 S. Daisy Street

Talley-Ward Recreation Center – 324 South James Street

Walters Park – 600 Hubble Street

Wayne Hansard Park – 5100 Dearing Road (featuring disc golf)

West Elementary Park – 235 W. Converse Street

Wildwood Park – 1925 Shields Ferry Road

Panther Creek State Park

2010 Panther Creek Road
423-587-7046 or 888-TN-PARKS

Hours: 6:00 AM – dark

Admission: Free; call for camping and pavilion rates.

This gem in the Tennessee State Park system is located on 1,435 acres and bordered by Cherokee Lake. Every member of the family will enjoy the pristine wilderness preserve with abundant, untouched wildlife. Panther Creek Park offers several hiking trails, mountain biking, and horse trails as well as a boat ramp, swimming pool, camping sites, and picnic pavilions with sweeping scenic views of the lake.

Panther Creek State Park