A Dip In The Coldest Lake In Tennessee Isn’t For The Faint Of Heart

Norris Lake is located in east Tennessee, just north of Knoxville. It straddles five counties: Anderson, Union, Campbell, Grainger and Claiborne. It’s a man-made reservoir, created in 1936 by the TVA, and has since become a popular hiking and swimming spot during the warmer months. Whether you’ve visited yourself, are looking to create a few memories or are merely just interested in the history of this beautiful space, we have QUITE the treat for you. Although it may be cold…?

Psst..d’you know the weird ways to kick the bucket, only in Tennessee? It’s pretty crazy…

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