Named after the Chickasaw Indians that inhabited the area during the time Reelfoot Lake was formed. It was formed by an earthquake in 1811 and 1812.
The cabin is designed for duck hunters, fisherman, Eagle watchers, Arts and Crafts, and all of the many activities in the area.
Tennessee State Park Headquarters has many activities year round that include eagle watching tours, canoe and pontoon boat tours, and seminars about the area.
National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center has an education center with wildlife displays and various tours.
Discovery Park of America is a must see attraction. 50 acres including a 100 year old church, a school house dating back to the 1800's, 15 log structures, and 1800's gristmill, six full size trains, the replica of a late 1800's fire house, barber shop, drugstore and feed store located in Freedom Square featuring a 2,400 square foot exhibit called Liberty Hall; farm exhibit, a blacksmith, and antique tractor barn and an antique windmill all lining a 1.5 mile walking tracking track inside the park.
Discovery Center: 100,000 square feet of space, with approximately 60,000 square feet dedicated to exhibits.
Reelfoot Arts & Crafts Festival - Chosen as on of the top three Arts & Crafts shows in Tennessee held in the Fall.
Reelfoot Lake is noted as one of the best fishing & duck hunting lakes in the country.