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Indian Mountain State Park
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INDIAN MOUNTAIN STATE PARK
INDIAN MOUNTAIN STATE PARK
143 State Park Circle
Jellico, Tennessee   37762

Phone: 423-784-7958
Indian Mountain State Park is a multi-use facility in Campbell County near Tennessee's northern border. In addition to providing camping and recreation opportunities, the 200-acre park is unique in that it was developed on reclaimed strip mine land. Park visitors can enjoy fishing at the two small lakes, picnicking, camping, and two walking trails. Park visitors have the opportunity to view a variety of wildlife.

Although the park's name would indicate that it is located on a mountain, it is actually located at the base of the mountain. While it is a small park, most any visitor will agree, it is one of our most beautiful parks.
Camping
Indian Mountain is a popular camping park. There are 49 sites with paved pads to serve both tent and RV campers. The sites have water, electricity with 30-amp breakers and a dump station. All sites have picnic tables, and grills are located throughout the camping area. A modern bathhouse with restrooms and showers is available to campers.

Please contact the park for more information.
Swimming
The park has an 80' x 42' swimming pool that is open from Memorial Day through late summer. The pool is open seven days a week. Lifeguards are on duty during swimming hours.

The pool can be rented for pool parties.
Fishing
Several ponds provide fishing opportunities for the park visitors. A number of fish species including bluegill, large-mouth bass, crappie and catfish await the successful angler. A valid TN fishing license is required.



Picnicking
There are numerous picnic areas throughout the park along with three large picnic shelters. Each shelter can accommodate 20-50 people and is equipped with grills and water spigots. These shelters may be reserved up to one year in advance.

Individual picnic areas are equipped with tables and grills.

Please contact the park for shelter reservations.

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Directions
From I-75 near Jellico, TN, take Exit 160 and travel north on U.S. Hwy. 25 to State Hwy. 297, make a right on London and a left on Dairy Street. This will lead you to the entrance of the park. The route to the park is well marked.

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