This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$85 - $100 per night 2-4 night min stay
$100 per night 2 night min stay
$300 per night 1 night min stay
Reelfoot Lake Travel Tips
Relax in Nature at Reelfoot Lake Vacation Rentals
Formed by a series of earthquakes in 1811 and 1812, Reelfoot Lake is the largest natural lake in Tennessee. It covers 30,000 acres and the average depth of the lake is only 5.2 feet. This unique lake has a natural wetland, which houses a diverse selection of plants and animals. Imagine sitting on the deck of Reelfoot Lake cabins and watching some of the wildlife pass you by. With breathtaking views and serene surroundings, you're sure to enjoy your Reelfoot Lake vacation.
Navigate Reelfoot Lake in the "Stumpjumper''
Reelfoot Lake is known for its "Lake Boat," or more commonly called the "Stumpjumper." These boats, built by four generations of the Calhoun family, are the oldest tradition at Reelfoot Lake. The unique design of these boats helps navigate the stumps and trees standing in the lake, and they're perfect for use in the shallow waters. There are "Stumpjumpers" on display around the United States, including at the Smithsonian Institute, and you can see one in use in person at Reelfoot Lake.
Hop on a Canoe and Enjoy the Reelfoot Lake Scenery
The quiet waters of Reelfoot Lake are perfect for canoeing. In fact, Reelfoot Lake is one of the best quiet water canoeing locations among West Tennessee resorts. Along the shores of the lake, you'll find wild plants and animals in abundance hiding in locations you can only access by boat. A day on the lake is a great way to spend a day of your vacation to the Reelfoot Lakes area.
Find Year Round Fun at Reelfoot lake
No matter the season, there are things to do at Reelfoot Lake. The changing colors of the trees attract tourists in the fall, and the bald eagles encourage travelers to stay through the winter. Spring brings a higher water level, which means better boating opportunities, and summer brings lush vegetation, wildflowers, and wildlife.