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Indian Mountain State Park

Indian Mountain State Park

Along with Cove Lake and Norris Lake, Campbell County residents also enjoy Indian Mountain State Park, which is located on the Tennessee-Kentucky border 3 miles west of Interstate 75 at exit 160 and within the city limits of Jellico, Tennessee.

The two hundred thirteen (213) acre park began as an abandoned strip mine. It quickly became an unattractive safety hazard to the City of Jellico and its residents. Local officials, aware of the problems which the stripped area presented, began an effort to gain assistance to reclaim the site and develop it into a useful and attractive recreational area.

Things to do at Indian Mountain State Park

The park offers forty nine (49) paved campsites complete with electric and water hookups and a modern bath house with a dump station. Each site has a picnic table with grills located nearby. Stay is limited to two (2) weeks. Three (3) shelters are available to picnickers or groups and can be reserved for a fee. The shelters each have electricity, water, and grills available. There are also single tables and grills available to the park.

The park offers a new 82’ X 45’ swimming facility complete with bath house.

Recreation at Indian Mountain State Park includes two (2) walking trails, each expressing the scenic beauty surrounding the park.

The park contains playground area with swings and slides to provide enjoyment for the children of the family as the adults enjoy the peaceful environment around them. Volleyball and horseshoes are available from the park office at no charge and may be used at various locations throughout the park. The park is open daily during day light hours.

For More Information

143 State Park Circle
Jellico, TN 37762

Phone: (423) 784-7958
Website: http://www.tn.gov/environment/parks/IndianMtn/

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