Summer is coming to an end, and for many, the boating season is also coming to an end. Sure, a lot of people put their boats up after Labor Day, but if you are a Carefree Boat Club member – you don’t have to! There are a lot of ways to enjoy the lake, even after the summer crowd has faded into the sunset.
There is nothing finer than spending a day out on the lake with friends and family. Try a day out on Boone Lake in Northeast Tennessee for a true taste of the good life.
Watauga Lake marinas offer a wide variety of recreational opportunities. The impounded water flow below the dam allows for whitewater rafting and kayaking. This area has a reputation for houseboats and even holds an annual boat parade each July 4th.
For couples, families and even seniors, spending the day boating on Lake Watauga is a great opportunity to have some fun, renew old bonds and make some new friends.
Jerry Hall jumped into South Holston Lake on Saturday and the splash he made is ongoing through news outlets and social media.
As a marina owner, I am often asked for family boating tips. One question I get (and wish I was asked even more often) is “Can I swim at the marina?” The answer is a definite no.
Boone Lake, located on the South Fork Holston River in northeast Tennessee, has seven marinas to serve recreational boaters. Swimming, fishing, water skiing and boating are popular pastimes on this TVA reservoir that extends from Sullivan County, TN into Washington County, VA.
“News Alert!!! The fireworks at Lakeview Dock on South Holston have been rescheduled from Wednesday to Saturday night, 7/6.” – from South Holston Boat Club on Facebook.
According to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency fireworks permit office, there will be a fireworks display at Lakeshore Marina, Mile 36 on Watauga Lake on Thursday, July 4, 2013.
According to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency fireworks permit office, there will be a fireworks display at Mile 6.2 to 7.2 on the Watauga River on Saturday, July 6 2013.