About the neighbourhood
Surrounded by mountains & rolling hills, Douglas Lake, 43.1 miles long, covering 30,400 acres, a 555 miles shoreline & a maximum depth of 140 feet. The Nolichucky and Pigeon Rivers are the main tributaries feeding the lake, which is extremely picturesque with numerous small inlet creeks,17 islands, 6 bridges, & is served by 10 marinas, 24 boat ramps, & 6 bridges.
Bluegill, largemouth bass, crappie, & catfish are the most popular game fish for Douglas Lake anglers. Sauger, walleye, & white bass also provide excellent fishing opportunities when they make their late-winter spawning runs to the headwaters. National Fishing & Boating Week occurs during early June.
The magnificent Smoky Mountain National Park is a 'MUST' on the to-do-list.
Nearby activities include boating, water skiing, jet skiing, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, cycling, rock climbing, photography, golfing, horseback riding, hiking trails, sight seeing, bird watching, walking, museum visits, shopping, entertainments, dinner theaters, live theaters, theme parks, water parks, winery tours, nature centers, & visiting the nearby towns of Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville, Dandridge & the world famous Great Smoky Mountain National Park with its incredible scenic beauty. Nearby facilities include boat & jet ski hire, hospital, ATM/banks, medical services, restaurants, outlet shopping.