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Things to do during "cabin time" in Savannah
Tennessee River cabins in Savannah TN stretch out along the Tennessee River in Hardin County down to Pickwick Lake. The friendly owners and local managers of these cabins, cottages, lodges and homes invite you “in” to experience cabin time in Pickwick/Savannah country and learn more about the history: The Tennessee River Museum and Shiloh National Military Park are a good starting point. The Shiloh and Corinth battlefields are memorable places to visit at some point during your stay.
All group sizes (and ages) will love the stunning Tennessee River views from the lodge. Guests should know about all the parks in Savannah. There’s a 36-hole Disc Golf Course, quiet walking trails, boat ramps, fishing docks. One of our favorite parks is the smallest: the 1.5 acre Veterans Memorial Park - the monuments are wonderful.
Cabins in Savannah are fortunate to also be near Pickwick Lake and Pickwick Landing State Park (one of the most visited parks). Fisherman, beautiful Pickwick Lake handles all types of boats and the Marinas offer free temporary docking. The many secluded coves hold crappie, bass, catfish, walleye, bluegill, and more good eaters. The owners and local managers of Savannah, TN cabin rentals are your best tour guides. Love beaches? Ask them about Circle Beach and Sand Beach. They will likely share some fishing hot spots if you ask. You’ll see tournament boats and kids with cane poles.
Make sure you talk to the Savannah rental owners about the many seasonal events and Tennessee River cabin adventures. Compare Pickwick area vacation rentals and Savannah lodging here, then book directly with the rental owner or property manager. Avoid those middleman booking website traveler fees and get the lowest price online.