Located in North-Central Tennessee, Cordell Hull Lake covers approximately twelve thousand acres. The lake is named after the American Politician Cordell Hull who was from the great state of Tennessee and is best known as the longest serving Secretary of State. Hull also received the Noble Piece Prize for his role in helping establish the United Nations.
Cordell Hull Lake is a part of the Cumberland River which stretches 688 miles across Kentucky and Tennessee. Activities to enjoy around the lake include ﬁshing, hunting, camping, picnicking, boating, hiking, swimming, and multiple other ways to enjoy nature. The annual weather in Tennessee allows for visitors to enjoy the park for an extended recreational season. Popular species of ﬁsh that are commonly found in the lake are Bass, Rockﬁsh, Catﬁsh, and Crappie.
The Roaring River site at Cordell Hull Lake provides visitors with a lot of different ways to enjoy their time at the site. The Roaring River site has a beach area, play ground, sand volleyball court, trails, and boat ramps. If you come to visit Cordell Hull Lake I can promise you that you will not be disappointed with your decision.