County in the extreme northwest corner of Tennessee. Named for Reelfoot Lake, which was formed by the New Madrid earthquakes of 1811-1812.
Conservation, hunting and fishing news for the Reelfoot Lake area.
Excerpts and photos from a book offering a look backward through time into the social and cultural history of the resort area of Reelfoot Lake and nearby Tiptonville.
County history and information resources for genealogical researchers.
Provides information about the lake and about Lake County (includes population, economy, industries, government, taxes, utilities, and education) and Samburg in adjacent Obion County.
About this 25,000-acre park in the state's northwest corner of Tennessee, known for hunting, fishing, shore and wading birds, and eagles. Lodging, restaurant, conference facilities, air strip, and other visitor information.
A guide with hunting and fishing information, and a history of Reelfoot Lake.
Online edition of local newspaper, with local and state news, sports, obituaries, and subscription information.
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