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Group
Tent Sites
Fires Unknown
Pets Allowed
Water Unknown
About Dyers Creek
Dyers Creek boasts fantastic views of on the sparkling Lake Barkley in the wooded rolling hills of Tennessee. Whether its a family picnic and a BBQ with friends, the recreation area provides the perfect setting for a relaxing get-together. Natural Features: Lake Barkley, the westernmost lake on the Cumberland River is connected by canal to Kentucky Lake, forming one of the greatest freshwater recreation complexes in the country. Between both lakes sits the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, the largest inland peninsula in the United States. Here visitors have access to boat ramps, many miles of hiking trails, wildlife viewing and off highway vehicle riding. Recreation: Visitors here enjoy boating, fishing, wildlife watching and swimming. Bring the binoculars and search for wildlife like the white-tailed deer, raccoons and bald eagles. Fishing is popular, and during warm months bass and catfish are abundant. Facilities: The park provides a playground, volleyball court, flush toilets and a boat ramp. The shelter accommodates up to 100 people and 50 vehicles. Ample paved parking is also available. Nearby Attractions: Visit the Lake Barkley State Resort Park for miles of hiking trails and horseback riding stables.
Operator
US Army Corps of Engineers
Features
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Electric Hookups
Pets Allowed
Reservable
Water Hookups
Location
Dyers Creek is located in Barkley Lake in Tennessee
Latitude
36.501 N
Longitude
-87.833 W
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Directions
From Nashville, Tenn, take I-24 West to the Clarksville Exit. FollowHighway 79 for 20 miles to Dyers Creek Recreation Area entrance.
1 Review of Dyers Creek
First to Review
Quiet

Dyers Creek Boat Ramp and Day Use Area was very quiet and secluded.

There are reservable pavilions, a playground and volleyball court and plenty of lake front to fish on. There are also several single table picnic sites.

Quiet, secluded and peaceful. There was only one other vehicle in the area while we were there, they were fishing.

The easiest way to find Dyer Creek is take Rt 76 outside Dover, Tn to Dyer Creek Boat Dock Rd.