Eastern
Cherokee Landing
Tennessee

P.O. Box 37
Middleton, TN 38052

Ranger Station: (731) 376-0935

Address above is not to be used for mail delivery to members.
Please have mail sent to:
General Delivery, Middleton, TN 38052.

Peaceful valleys and green-velvet hills provide a perfect backdrop to this preserve’s scenic lake dotted with canoes and paddleboats. The fishing is good from your boat or the dock.

Accommodations

Campsites: 296 power and water only, no overflow sites.

Rentals: 30 cabins.

Member Amenities

Badminton, basketball court, clubhouse, family center, game room, horseshoe pits, lake, laundry facilities, mini-golf, nature trails, pet path, pingpong, pool table, shuffleboard, soccer field, softball field, swimming pool, tennis courts, TV room, volleyball court, wading pool, Wi-Fi access.

Points of Interest

  • Shiloh National Military Park, 34 miles
  • Tennessee River, 43 miles
  • Pickwick Dam, 43 miles
  • Pinson Indian Mounds, 50 miles
  • Mississippi River, 65 miles
  • Memphis Zoo, 65 miles
  • Pink Palace Museum, 65 miles

Directions

GPS Coordinates: N 35° 1' 42.09" W 89° 1' 40.84"; elevation is 346 feet. Note: We do not recommend using GPS to find our preserve.

From Jackson, TN: From Interstate 40 take 45 bypass south to Hwy. 18 south to Bolivar. At second light in Bolivar (Courthouse Square) go through the light and then you’re on 125 south to Middleton, turn west on Hwy. 57 and continue about 8 miles. Turn on Old State Line Road; there is no sign, so look for totem pole. Continue about 1.5 miles to the preserve.

From Memphis: Drive east to Collierville, follow Hwy. 72 to Hwy. 7, turn on Hwy. 7, which turns into Hwy. 18, (crossing the state line), follow Hwy. 18 to Grand Junction and turn right on Hwy. 57. Continue about 8 miles then turn right on Old State Line Road. There is no sign, so look for the totem pole. Continue about 1.5 miles to the preserve.