Cypress Knee Lodge is a spacious lodging facility directly on Reelfoot Lake,
an historic, beautiful, natural wonder in northwest Tennessee.

Ideal for reunions and retreats. Accommodates up to 25 peopleŚwith 5 bedrooms, and 3 bathrooms.
1 double bed, 16 twin beds (including 3 bunk beds), and 3 convertible couches (2 double bed sized, 1 twin bed sized).

The lodge has 2,368 square feet featuring:

  • Two large living rooms, each with leather sofas, chairs, and a television.
  • Completely stocked kitchen
    (stove, full-size refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, 2 drip coffee pots and 1 Keurig)
  • Dining room with large table and chairs, buffet, and side table
  • Laundry room with washer and dryer
  • One bedroom is a master bedroom with a double bed and a private bath
  • Two hot water tanks
  • Central heat and air

You can look through glass windows and doors out onto the lake from 5 rooms.
There is also a large back deck (accessed from a sliding glass door) and a private dock and fishing pier.

Cypress Knee Lodge
963 Lake Drive
Hornbeak, TN 38232

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Reelfoot Lake

Reelfoot Lake is a 15,000 acre natural lake, formed by an earthquake in 1811.
The nearby Mississippi River flowed backward into the void for several days.
It is one of the top waterfowl hunting areas in the southern U.S, and features
outstanding fishing for bluegill, crappie, largemouth bass, and catfish.
The lake also has one of the largest wintering populations of bald eagles in the country,
and eagle-watching attracts visitors from throughout the U.S.
Wildlife on the lake is both diverse and abundant.

Things To Do

Fishing (guided or on your own)
Hunting (guided or on your own)
Eagle watching (state park tours or on your own)
Wildlife viewing
Guided lake tours from state park pontoon boats
Several outstanding restaurants
Reelfoot Lake State Park Visitor's Center
Several picnic pavilions and playgrounds nearby
Regular educational programs, conducted by state park naturalists
Discovery Park, a world-class 50 acre living museum (just 23 miles away)

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