Recreational opportunities are found in abundance at Pickwick Landing State Park, with activities for both land and water! The park’s inn offers free shuttle rides to the full-service marina where visitors can rent boats as well as kayaks, canoes, and paddle boards for an exciting day of watercraft on the lake. The park is also home to one of 9 golf courses that make up the statewide Tennessee Golf Trail. The Pickwick Landing State Park golf course is an 18-hole course with driving range, practice green, snack bar, and club rental. Also located inside the park are two campgrounds including the Bruton Branch Recreation Area and the Pickwick Landing Campground, three swimming beaches at Bruton Branch, Circle Beach, and Sandy Beach, disc golf course, and a hiking trail. The abundant wildlife and rich waters of Pickwick Lake provide ample opportunity for boating, fishing, birding, and swimming year-round.