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Tennessee Segments
Jeff Duncan
National Park Service
Rivers, Trails & Conservation Assistance
535 Chestnut St. Suite 207 Chattanooga, TN 37402
(423) 987-6127
Narrow rapids in river

River

County

Reach

Length (miles)

Year Listed/ Updated

Potential
Classi-
fication

ORVs

Description

Other States

Abrams and Anthony Creeks

Blount

RM 0, confluence with Little Tennessee River, to RM 26, headwaters one mile above NC State line

26

1982

 

S, R, G, W

Small scenic stream entirely within Great Smoky Mountain National Park; deer and fur-bearers common; near National Park Service campground.

 

Bee Creek

White, Van Buren, Bledsoe, Cumberland

RM 0, confluence with Caney Fork River, to RM 24, headwaters northwest of New Era

24

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Small twisting, plunging stream with small to medium drops; penetrates Bledsoe State Forest; boulders, ledges, and bluffs; densely forested corridor that provides for wildlife habitat.

 

Big Creek

Grundy

RM 0, confluence with Collins River, to RM 8, near Altamont

8

1982

 

S, F, W

Scenic pastoral stream.

 

Big Firey Gizzard Creek

Marion, Grundy

RM 0, confluence with Battle Creek, to RM 17, headwaters one mile north of Tracy City

17

1982

 

S, R, G, F

Densely forested stream within TVA Foster Falls Recreation Area.

 

Big Turnbull Creek

Cheatham, Dickson

RM 0, confluence with Harpeth River, to RM 16, TN 96/I-40 bridges

16

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Clear, small and very scenic forested stream with 40 foot waterfall and numerous bluffs.

 

Blackburn Fork of Roaring

Jackson, Putnam

RM 0, confluence with Blackburn River, to RM 20, headwaters one mile below community of Double Springs

20

1982

 

S, R, G, W

Small scenic stream; outstanding 75 foot Cummins Mill Falls.

 

Bledsoe Creek

Sumner

RM 0, Old Hickory Lake, to RM 14, Bethpage

14

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Historic, very scenic float stream; General Winchester's home located on creek.

 

Calfkiller River

White

RM 5, three miles southeast of Dibrell, to RM 12, below Sparta

7

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Scenic stream in area of very active Karsification with its caves, ground water springs, and numerous bluffs.

 

Calfkiller River

White, Putnam

RM 21, one mile south of Yankeetown, to RM 41, headwaters one mile south of I-40

20

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

See initial comments.

 

Cane Creek of Caney Fork

Van Buren, Bledsoe

RM 0, confluence with Caney Fork of Cumberland River, to RM 31, headwaters two miles south of Dill

31

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Flows through Fall Creek Falls State Forest and Park; narrowly incised with rugged, rocky landscape; dense laurel thickets; good whitewater.

 

Charles Creek

Warren

RM 0, confluence with Collins River, to RM 15, headwaters near Cannon County line

15

1982

 

S, R, F

Popular scenic fishing stream.

 

Clear Creek

Morgan, Fentress, Cumberland

RM 14, Morgan County line, to RM 45, headwaters below I-40 bridge

31

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

RM 0 through 14, designated component of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System; remote, rugged stream partially within Catoosa State Wildlife Management Area; mild whitewater; abundance and variety of flora and fauna.

 

Clear Fork of S.Fork of Cumberland and N. Prong Clear Fork Creek

Scott, Morgan, Fentress

RM 0, confluence with South Fork of the Cumberland River, to RM 44, headwaters northeast of Clarkrange

44

1982

 

S, R, G, W

Scenic stream with close, steep valley walls; numerous boulders, precipitous bluffs; heavily wooded valley with laurel thickets; long pools, moderate rapids, and short, quick drops.

 

Clinch River

Anderson

RM 47, above Melton Hill Lake, to RM 73, below Norris Lake

26

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Numerous recorded archaeological sites; steep ridges, long shallow shoal areas, and deep pools; upper reach provides excellent pastoral float and is habitat for most diverse mussel fauna in the world.

 

Clinch River

Grainger, Claiborne, Hancock

RM 130, above Norris Lake Reservoir, to RM 156, approximately one mile southeast of Evanston

26

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

See initial comments.

 

Collins River

Warren, Grundy

RM 0, confluence with Caney Fork, to RM 59, headwaters two miles southeast of Tatesville

59

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Slow moving, clear and cold pastoral stream with long pools and mild riffles; surrounded by high, forested hills and numerous bluffs.

 

Conasauga River

Bradley, Polk

River mile 64, Georgia state line to River mile 75, Georgia state line

11

1982/ 1993

W

S, R, H

Scenic gorge within Class III-IV rapids. Civil War sites of state historical significance.

 

Conasauga River

Bradley, Polk

RM 64, GA State line, to RM 75, GA State line

11

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Flows through Cherokee National Forest and Colutta Wilderness Area; scenic gorge with Class III-IV rapids; Civil War Sites of State historical significance.

 

Crab Orchard Creek

Morgan, Cumberland

RM 0, confluence with Emory River, to RM 22, headwaters in Crab Orchard Mountain

22

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Remote, scenic stream that flows through Catoosa Wildlife Management Area.

 

Cripple Creek

Rutherford

RM 0, confluence with East Fork of Stones River, to RM 18, headwaters two miles below Federal Aid Secondary Highway 6190 bridge

18

1982

 

S, R, G, W

Popular rocky, scenic float stream.

 

Crooked Creek

Fentress

RM 0, confluence with Clear Fork River, to RM 18, TN 52 bridge east of Allardt

18

1982

 

S, R, G, W

Flows through scenic Northrup Falls natural area.

 

Crooked Fork Creek

Morgan

RM 0, confluence with Emory River, to RM 5, US 27 bridge

5

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Very scenic stream with several beautiful waterfalls and deep gorge area.

 

Cumberland River, Caney Fork

White, Cumberland

RM 99, Federal Aid Secondary Highway 4251 bridge west of Dodson, to RM 135, headwaters near community of Maryland

36

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

See initial comments.

 

Cumberland River, Caney Fork

Smith, Putnam, Dekalb

RM 0, confluence with Cumberland River, to RM 26, below Center Hill Dam

26

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Blue Hole Falls; ledges, numerous drops, huge boulders, sheer cliffs and limestone bluffs; rugged gorge area; excellent water quality; numerous springs; abundance of wildlife.

 

Cumberland River, Little South Fork

Pickett

RM 32, KY State line, to RM 34, headwaters west of Pickett State Park and Forest

2

1982

 

S, R, G

Forested, highly scenic, and sparsely developed stream; characterized by deep channels bordered by large boulders and rock ledges.

 

Cumberland River, South Fork

Scott

RM 55, KY State line, to RM 76, confluence with New River and Clear Fork

21

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Outstanding, popular whitewater; rugged, forested area; high scenic values; numerous archaeological sites.

 

Doe River

Carter

RM 9, one mile south of US 19E bridge and Hampton, to RM 14, south of Blevins

5

1982

 

S, R, G

One of most majestic deep gorge areas in Eastern United States; remote with 1000 foot walls.

 

Doe River

Carter

River mile 9, one mile south of US 19E bridge to river mile 14, south of Blevins

5

1982/ 1993

S

S

One of most majestic, deep-gorge areas in eastern US in remote area, with 1000-foot walls.

 

Dry Creek of Smith Fork

Dekalb

RM 0, confluence with Smith Fork, to RM 11, headwaters and Cannon County line

11

1982

 

S, R, F, W

Small scenic stream with recreational values.

 

Elk River

Giles, Lincoln, Moore, Franklin

RM 33, AL State line, to RM 130, above TN 50 bridge

97

1982

 

S, R, F, W, H, C

Significant recorded archaeological sites; fine float and game fish stream.

 

Emory River

Morgan

RM 27, confluence with Obed River, to RM 47, headwaters in Frozen Head State Park near Anderson County line

20

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

See initial comments.

 

Emory River

Morgan

RM 14, Roane County line, to RM 25, one mile below Nemo bridge

11

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Scenic pastoral stream that flows through impressive gorge area; supports game fishery; RM 25 through 27, designated component of National Wild and Scenic Rivers System.

 

Falling Water River

White, Putnam

RM 12, above Center Hill Lake, to RM 41, headwaters near town of Monterey

29

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Clear, scenic stream; Burgess Falls.

 

Flynn Creek

Jackson

RM 0, confluence with Cumberland River, to RM 10, headwaters approximately five miles southwest of McCoinsville

10

1982

 

S, R, F, W

Small scenic mountain stream that supports game fishery.

 

French Broad River

Cocke

River mile 94.7 to river mile 101, North Carolina state line

6

1982/ 1993

R

S, H, O

Upper section mountainous with scenic gorge area, rock gardens, rapids, ledges, diversity of flora and fauna. Significant archaeological sites. Game fishing.

 

French Broad River

Knox, Sevier

RM 0, confluence with Tennessee River, to RM 32, below Douglas Dam

32

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Significant archaeological sites; supports game fishery; upper segment is mountainous stream with good whitewater and scenic gorge area; numerous rock gardens, boulder beds, rapids, islands, and ledges; diversity of flora and fauna.

 

French Broad River

Cocke

RM 96, TN 9 bridge, to RM 101, NC State line

5

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

See initial comments.

 

Goose Creek

Trousdale, Macon

RM 0, confluence with Cumberland River, to RM 15, headwaters south of Lafayette

15

1982

 

S, R, F, W

Small, scenic mountain stream that supports game fishery.

 

Green Creek

Wayne

RM 0, confluence with Buffalo River, to RM 14, Waynesboro and US 64 bridge

14

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Scenic, rocky float stream.

 

Harpeth River

Cheatham, Dickson, Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford

RM 6, near Jackie Branch on Cheatham/Dickson County line, to RM 121, confluence with Puckett Branch and Concord Creek

115

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Rich in history and of archaeological significance; evidence of aboriginal towns; extraordinary tunnel at "The Narrows"; impressive carved bluffs, including Paint Rock which is adorned with petroglyphs.

 

Hatchie River

Lauderdale, Tipton, Haywood, Madison, Hardeman, McNairy

RM 0, confluence with Mississippi River, to RM 163, MS State line

163

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Slow, meandering swamp river with many oxbows surrounded by wilderness and inhabited by large diversified wildlife population, including rare species.

 

Hiwassee Creek

Polk

RM 34, confluence with Ocoee River, to RM 66, Apalachia Dam

32

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Popular scenic float stream; supports excellent game fishery; numerous rapids in beautiful mountainous setting.

 

Hiwassee River

Polk

River mile 34, confluence with Ocoee River to river mile 65, at North Carolina state line

31

1982/ 1993

R

S, R

Popular for canoeing, kayaking, rafting, and fishing in scenic mountain setting. Excellent game fishing.

 

Holston River

Knox, Grainger, Jefferson

RM 0, confluence with Tennessee River, to RM 53, Cherokee Dam

53

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Scenic stream segment affording excellent duck hunting and fishing.

 

Jones Creek

Dickson

RM 0, confluence with Harpeth River, to RM 16, TN 47 bridge

16

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Narrow stream with frequent gravel bars; winds through picturesque valley; high carved limestone bluffs.

 

Little Pigeon and Middle Prong

Sevier

RM 10, southeast of Cherokee Hill, to RM 34, Mount Sequoya in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

24

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Scenic, sparkling, excellent whitewater stream with waterfalls; trout habitat.

 

Little Pigeon, West Prong

Sevier

RM 19, south of Gatlinburg, to RM 29, headwaters in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

10

1982

 

S, R, G

Most scenic, clear mountain stream with considerable recreational potential.

 

Little Sequatchie River

Marion, Grundy

RM 0, confluence with Sequatchie River, to RM 25, headwaters west of Palmer

25

1982

 

S, R, F, W

Scenic stream that supports game fishery.

 

Little Tennessee River

Loudon, Monroe, Blount

RM 1, above dam now under construction, to RM 33, Chilhowee Dam and Cherokee National Forest

32

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Critical habitat for small darter; excellent fishing and float stream; 180 recorded archaeological sites; of historical significance; unique scenery.

 

Little Tennessee River

Loudon, Monroe, Blount

River mile 1, above Tellico Dam to river mile 33, at Chilhowee Dam

32

1982/ 1993

 

R, W

Critical habitat for snail darter. Excellent fishing and float stream.

 

Long Creek

Stewart

RM 0, confluence with Cumberland River, to RM 10, headwaters two miles west of Stewart State Forest

10

1982

 

S, R, F

Scenic stream that supports game fishery.

 

Mountain Creek

Warren, Cannon

RM 0, confluence with Collins River, to RM 24, approximately two miles northwest of Osment Chapel

24

1982

 

S, R, F, W

Scenic stream that supports game fishery.

 

New River

Scott

RM 0, confluence with South Fork of Cumberland and Clear Fork Rivers, to RM 9, US 27/TN 29 bridge

9

1982

 

S, R, G

Placid, winding stream that flows through steep-sided valley with some Class I-III ledges and gorge area.

 

Nolichucky River

Union

The mainstem from Poplar, NC downstream to the railroad bridge at Unaka Springs, TN

8

1993

S

S, R, G

Spectacular scenery with steep slopes rising more than 2,000 feet adjacent to the river. The Gorge is a popular attraction for whitewater boaters, including commercial outfitters.

NC

North Chickamauga River

Hamilton, Sequatchie

RM 13, confluence with Falling Water Creek southeast of Falling Water, to RM 31, headwaters north of Lone Oak

18

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Spring-fed, crystal clear mountain stream; variety of flora and abundance of wildlife.

 

North Whiteoak Creek

Scott, Fentress

RM 0, confluence with South Fork of Cumberland River, to RM 25, headwaters near Jamestown

25

1982

 

S, R, G

Rocky, scenic stream with 400 foot deep gorge area, moderate whitewater and small waterfalls.

 

Obey River

Clay

RM 0, confluence with Cumberland River, to RM 7, below Dale Hollow Dam

7

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Winds through scenic valley with alternating pastoral setting and massive, wooded limestone bluffs; supports excellent fishery.

 

Obey River, East Fork

Fentress, Overton

RM 12, two miles south of Helena, to RM 38, unnamed bridge approximately one mile west of Cliff Springs

26

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Dangerous, rugged stream with wildly fluctuating gradient; heavily forested gorge area; 8 foot waterfall.

 

Obey River, West Fork

Pickett, Overton

RM 0, confluence with East Fork, to RM 28, headwaters two miles west of Obey City

28

1982

 

S, R, G, F

Flows through scenic, narrow valley flanked by high wooded hills; lively Class I-II run; shallow gorge area.

 

Obion River

Lauderdale, Dyer

RM 0, confluence with Mississippi River, to RM 59, Obion County line

59

1982

 

S, R, F, W

Pastoral stream with variety of flora and fauna.

 

Ocoee River

Polk

River mile 19, Parksville Reservoir to river mile 29, Ocoee No. 3 dam

10

1982/ 1993

R

S, R

High quality whitewater recreation river, with spectacular mountain scenery.

 

Ocoee River

Polk

RM 14, Parksville Reservoir, to RM 28, below Ocoee No. 3 Dam

14

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

High quality whitewater stream with spectacular mountain scenery.

 

Overall Creek

Rutherford

RM 0, confluence with West Fork of Stones River, to RM 17, headwaters one mile southeast of Windrow

17

1982

 

R, F, W

Popular canoe stream in rural setting; supports game fishery.

 

Pine Creek of Caney Fork

Dekalb

RM 0, confluence with Caney Fork, to RM 14, headwaters southwest of Smithville

14

1982

 

R, F, W

Small, scenic fishing stream.

 

Piney Creek

Rhea

RM 9, confluence with Little Piney Creek north of Spring City, to RM 32, headwaters near Bledsoe County line

23

1982

 

S, R, G

One of most wild, scenic, and clear streams in State; adjacent waterfalls; affords exciting river run.

 

Piney River

Hickman, Dickson

RM 0, confluence with Duck River, to RM 24, Pinewood and TN 48 bridge

24

1982

 

S, R, H, C

Small, scenic stream of historical significance; fourteen recorded archaeological sites, including extensive village complex and mound.

 

Powell River

Claiborne, Hancock

RM 47, backwaters of Norris Lake, to RM 105, VA State line

58

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Slow, winding, sparsely populated corridor with wooded banks; highly diverse mussel fauna, including two endangered species.

 

Red River

Montgomery, Robertson

RM 9, east of Clarksville City limits, to RM 50, KY State line

41

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Pastoral float stream with numerous sinkholes and caves; only covered bridge in State at Port Royal; heavily wooded bluffs with limestone outcroppings.

 

Red River

Robertson, Sumner

RM 79, KY State line, to RM 98, headwaters one mile west of TN 109

19

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

See initial comments.

 

Red River, Elk Fork

Robertson

RM 0, confluence with Red River, to RM 8, KY State line

8

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Karst topography with exceptional geological features, including numerous sinkholes and caves; supports important black bass fishery; unique wildlife.

 

Red River, South Fork

Robertson, Sumner

RM 8, KY State line, to RM 29, confluence with Maxwell and Roney Creeks

21

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Pastoral stream with low bluffs, numerous gravel bars and riffles; banks lined with hardwoods.

 

Red River, Sulphur Fork

Montgomery, Robertson

RM 0, confluence with Red River, to RM 27, northwest of Springfield

27

1982

 

S, R, G, F

Natural springs area; wooded banks.

 

Red River, West Fork

Montgomery

RM 0, confluence with Red River, to RM 14, KY State line

14

1982

 

R, F, W

High recreational and aesthetic potential.

 

Richland Creek

Giles, Marshall

RM 0, confluence with Elk River, to RM 67, headwaters southeast of Lewisburg

67

1982

 

S, R

Scenic float stream.

 

Roaring River

Jackson, Overton

RM 1, above confluence with Cumberland River, to RM 39, headwaters four miles northeast of Rickman

38

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Natural, sheer gorge walls, rock ledges, and gardens are characteristic.

 

Rock Creek

Scott, Pickett, Fentress

RM 22, KY State line, to RM 31, headwaters in Pickett State Park

9

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Beautiful stream in wild terrain; deep, narrow valleys and wooded hillsides.

 

Rock Creek

Morgan

RM 0, confluence with Emory River, to RM 13, US 27 bridge near Pilot Mountain

13

1982

 

R, F, W

Float stream; habitat for river muskie.

 

Rocky River

Van Buren, Sequatchie

RM 10, Center Hill Lake, to RM 28, headwaters above TN 8 highway

18

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Scenic stream; Karst topography; Norton Springs.

 

Sequatchie River

Marion, Sequatchie, Bledsoe, Cumberland

RM 0, confluence with Tennessee River, to RM 109, headwaters approximately ten miles south of Homestead

109

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Clean, pastoral float stream that flows through beautiful narrow scenic valley.

 

Sink Creek

Dekalb

RM 0, confluence with Caney Fork of Cumberland River, to RM 23, headwaters near Cannon County line

23

1982

 

S, R, F, W

Scenic floating stream.

 

Smith Fork

Smith, Dekalb

RM 0, confluence with Caney Fork, to RM 26, TN 96 bridge and Wilson County line

26

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

Scenic stream flowing over limestone bed with riffles and deep pools; high limestone bluffs and beautiful valley of farms and woodlands line corridor.

 

South Harpeth River

Cheatham, Davidson, Williamson

RM 0, confluence with Harpeth River, to RM 25, headwaters three miles south of Lake Weona

25

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W

High bluffs with extensive adjacent forested area.

 

Spring Creek

Jackson, Overton, Putnam

RM 0, confluence with Roaring River, to RM 25, headwaters two miles northeast of Brotherton

25

1982

 

S, R, G

Natural, spectacular gorge area; intricately carved bluffs; 35 foot waterfall; clear sparkling water; small riffles and shallow pools; heavily wooded banks.

 

Stinking Creek

Campbell

RM 0, confluence with Clear Fork, to RM 29, headwaters one mile east of I-75

29

1982

 

S, R, G

Rural, scenic stream that flows through unique Cumberland Black geologic formation.

 

Stones River

Davidson, Rutherford

RM 8, above Percy Priest Dam, to RM 38, confluence with East and West Forks one mile below Jefferson Springs

30

1982

 

S, R, F, W, H, C

Excellent fishing stream in pastoral setting.

 

Stones River, East Fork

Rutherford

RM 0, confluence with Stones River, to RM 18, TN 96 bridge

18

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Excellent scenic canoeing stream, several recorded historic sites; limestone outcroppings.

 

Stones River, Middle Fork

Rutherford

RM 0, confluence with West Fork of Stones River, to RM 14, Federal Aid Secondary Road 4289 bridge at Hoovers Gap

14

1982

 

S, R, F, W, H

Pastoral float and fishing stream with forested banks.

 

Stones River, West Fork

Rutherford

RM 17, southwest of Murfreesboro, to RM 27, bridge west of Christiana

10

1982

 

S, R, G, F, H

See initial comments.

 

Stones River, West Fork

Rutherford

RM 0, confluence with Stones River and East Fork, to RM 12, north of Murfreesboro

12

1982

 

S, R, G, F, H

Prime recreational stream providing variety of opportunities of significant historical interest.

 

Sweden Creek

Marion

RM 0, confluence with Battle Creek, to RM 15, headwaters in Franklin State Forest

15

1982

 

S, R, F, W

Wilderness stream affording recreational opportunities.

 

Sycamore Creek

Cheatham

RM 3, above TN 12 bridge, to RM 17, US 41A/TN 112 bridge below I-24 bridge

14

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Excellent recreational stream with many steep scenic bluffs and forested banks; abundance of wildlife.

 

Tellico River

Monroe

RM 0, confluence with Little Tennessee River, to RM 47, NC State line

47

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Wild whitewater mountain stream with spectacular waterfalls and numerous recreational opportunities.

 

Tellico River

Monroe

River mile 0, confluence with Little Tennessee River to river mile 47, North Carolina state line

47

1982/ 1993

R

S, R

Whitewater mountain river with spectacular waterfalls and numerous recreation opportunities.

 

Watauga Creek

Johnson

RM 49, backwaters of Lake Watauga Reservoir, to RM 51, NC State line

2

1982

 

S, R, G, F, W, H, C

Scenic gorge area with several waterfalls and large boulders; recreational opportunities throughout.

 

Watauga River

Johnson

River mile 52.6, upper portion of Watauga Lake to river mile 54.9, North Carolina state line

2

1982/ 1993

 

S

Scenic gorge area with several waterfalls and large boulders.

 

West Harpeth River

Williamson

RM 0, confluence with Harpeth River, to RM 21, US 31/TN 6 bridge

21

1982

 

S, R, F, H

Scenic float stream with frequent riffles; significant historical values; low, tree-lined banks.

 

White Creek

Morgan

RM 0, confluence with Clear Creek, to RM 13, headwaters five miles northwest of Deer Lodge

13

1982

 

S, R, F

Scenic float and fishing stream.

 

Whiteoak Creek

Scott, Morgan

RM 0, confluence with Clear Fork, to RM 17, Burrville Road

17

1982

 

S, R, H, C

Scenic float stream of historical significance.

 

Wolf River

Pickett, Fentress

RM 18, backwaters of Dale Hollow Lake, to RM 38, confluence with Pogue and Delk Creeks

20

1982

 

S, H, C

Scenic stream of historical interest.

 

Yellow Creek

Montgomery, Houston

RM 5, Possum Road bridge below TN 149 bridge, to RM 13, Williamson Branch junction

8

1982

 

S, R, F

Scenic, recreational stream that supports game fishery.