Chuck Swan Wildlife Management Area
Enjoy a picturesque drive down Sharp’s Chapel Road leading to this tranquil and secluded spot. Camping areas around the eastern portion of this large site offer opportunities for bird and butterfly watching. The area is also home to several cemeteries, a firing range and miles of drivable roads.
The Chuck Swan Wildlife Management Area occupies 24,444 acres between the Powell and Clinch rivers on the east shores of Norris Lake. TWRA and the Tennessee division of Forestry (TDF) both manage the area. Big game in the area include whitetail deer and wild turkey. Chuck Swan is greatly used by bank fishermen due to easy access to the lake. The non-consumptive users such as hikers, ATV riders, mountain bike riders, horseback riders, wildlife photographers, and bird watchers also heavily utilize the area.
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Pond Hollow Road
Sharps Chapel, Tennessee 37866
Phone: (865) 278-3248
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- Pete's Place, 9.1 miles away
- Fire on the Water [06/29/2013], 9.2 miles away
- Flat Hollow Marina, 9.2 miles away
- McCloud Mountain Restaurant, 10.9 miles away
- birthday trip - Created 08/01/2012