Trip Start Apr 03, 1996
11Trip End Apr 04, 1996
Harrison Bay State Park has camping available in its 1,200 acres, some waterfront; the marina has one of the finest launching ramps in the area; 140 slips are available for boats up to 48 feet; boat rental, fishing, picnic shelter, pool, snack bar, showers, playground, tennis courts. Planned activities include arts and crafts and campfires. Parklands have historical significance, covering the site of the last Cherokee Campground, 3 villages were ruled by Chief Joe Vann, one of the great Cherokee chieftains.