Do you ever have the desire to escape the routines of your life, to get out and merge with nature, observe wildlife and experience your world from a different perspective? If you answered, "yes" to any of that, then read on.
It is the most beautiful, untouched and widest part of TRG.TRG Island is 3' ft. down to river. "NO STEEP STAIRS OR LAND". The Tennessee River here is 1/2 mile wide and only moving about 3 mph here. TRG is 26 miles long and we are located in the middle of it at the 440 mile marker. Beach gradually sloping to 65' ft. deep water. 'In shade all day'. With 1,800 ft. mountains and cliffs all around the island, highest on the 650 miles of The Tennessee River. Only 3' ft. down to water. The Tennessee River Gorge Island provides all of these opportunities. Nesting and fishing Bald Eagles, Osprey, Great Blue Heron, Wood Ducks, Kingfishers. Beavers, and Otters. Fishing at its best. Small and Largemouth bass, Bluegill, Crappie, Blue Catfish, Perch, and many more.