Jun 20, 2021

Tennessee River Jam A Great Success

 


A HUGE crowd has gathered for tonight's Tennessee River Jam performances at Paris Landing State Park. On tap tonight is Diamond Rio, Darryl Worley, Johnny Mac and 24 Seven. (April Moore photo).

Jun 3, 2021

FerrySTOC 12

 


FerrySTOC 12 was this past weekend.  Hosted by Paris Landing/Kentucky Lake KOA and Sponsored by the Paris Landing Tourism League, 20+ riders were provided with pie and ice cream Friday night, a big breakfast on Saturday and a big dinner Saturday night. 

FerrySTOC is a long distance, cross country motorcycle group that comes to Paris Landing to travel over a mapped out area which includes ferries to cross our local waterways. The weather was fantastic, so the riders were on the road a lot more than usual.  

We look forward to seeing them again in 2022!  


May 25, 2021

STEADY PROGRESS AT THE LODGE AT PARIS LANDING

 From radionNWTN


By Shannon McFarlin News Director

Buchanan, Tenn.–Construction at The Lodge at Paris Landing is progressing rapidly– and looking good–as shown from these views taken from the water by Vicky Sinclair of Paris.

Once completed, each room and suite will have a scenic view of the water. The project is still on target for completion by the fall of 2021.

The facility will feature a dining area, swimming pool, fire pits, suites and more.

Continue reading at https://www.radionwtn.com/2021/05/25/steady-progress-at-the-lodge-at-paris-landing/?fbclid=IwAR2Hxc0G3q1dL7RpvjSZl7o9iw1oa-8hq8eQSMNPputr1Qq2ywQ-c93qpr4

Partnership brings 300,000 Florida bass to Kentucky Lake

 

From WBBJ 7 Eyewitness News

Henry County and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency partnered to place 300,000 Florida bass fingerlings in the Paris Landing State Park.

“The purpose of this is to help the quality of the fishery. It will help the fishery to become stronger, have better bass. They will interbreed with the northern strain bass that we have and make a heartier species in the area,” said Drew Williams, with the Henry County Tourism Authority.

Henry County contributed $50,000 and Benton County contributed $25,000 for the fish.

Monday, the first batch of 150,000 fish were placed in the lake. The rest will be placed in a few days in different areas of the lake.

Continue reading at https://www.wbbjtv.com/2021/05/24/partnership-brings-300000-florida-bass-to-kentucky-lake/pic/496301/