Paris Landing State Park
Official Travel Stamp Vinyl Sticker
Planning a trip? Check out Tennessee State Parks.
The 1944 construction of the Kentucky Dam impounded the Tennessee River and formed the 160,000-acre Kentucky Lake. This park on the lake’s western shore is named after a 19th Century river landing essential for the movement of goods through the region. The lake is ideal for boating, fishing, and water sports, while birders, hikers, golfers and lodge guests recreate on land along the water’s edge.
Want to commemorate more of your Volunteer State travels? Check out our entire Tennessee Collection.
Want to explore more of Tennessee while you're in town? Check out TN Vacation and take a moment to see everything the state has to offer.