*19th Annual Reelfoot Lake Eagle Festival: February 3, 4 and 5th, 2023
Eagle Tours offered by Reelfoot Lake State Park (731-253-9652), art & photo contests. Tourism Council will be selling Eagle Festival t-shirts. Stop by our table for a visit.
*2nd Annual Reelfoot Lake Osprey Festival: July 8, 9, and 10th, 2022. Bring the family for a fun filled weekend. Reserve your place for a pontoon tour to see osprey or sunrise or sunset. Art & Photo Contests, Pontoon Tours, Vendors. Reelfoot Lake State Park (731-253-9652) Osprey will be very active during this time of year because they are feeding their fledglings and their nests are very visible.
*Round House Reunion – 2022 Canceled due to tornado damage to Blue Bank Park/Round House. Join us for an afternoon of “Music”. Wear your dancing shoes! Food vendor is Lake County Rescue. Bring chairs or blankets- For the Love of Reelfoot Lake, be safe–wear a mask and social distance. Meet at the Blue Bank Park/Round House. The Round House is a historic building at Blue Bank Park. Back in the 1960’s and 1970’s, the Round House was a local gathering area. The jukebox was popular with teenagers filling the coin slot and selecting their favorite dancing songs. Lots of friendships were made and even a few found their true loves! Come share your memories of the old days, make new friends and enjoy an afternoon of entertainment on the lakeside of beautiful Reelfoot Lake.
*10th Annual Reelfoot Lake Pelican Festival: October 21, 22, and 23, 2022. Bring the family for a fun filled weekend. We will feature our official Pelican Festival t-shirt. Pelican Canoe Floats, Crafts, Art & Photo Contests, Pontoon Tours, Face Painting, Bird of Prey Show and more. Reelfoot Lake State Park (731-253-9652) For the Love of Tennessee, travel safe
52st year of Arts & Crafts Festival!! Each fall the Reelfoot Lake Arts & Crafts Festival is held during the first weekend with an October date (September 29, 30 and October 1, 2023). Thousands of visitors enjoy browsing along the hundreds of craft vendors set up along the south shore of the lake. The crisp October Air it filled with the sweet smell of mums, pumpkins, kettle corn and the sound of live music. Visitors sit on bales of straw eating funnel cakes and drinking homemade lemonade or sweet tea while others are in line at the famous restaurants ordering deep fried golden brown catfish filets, mouthwatering hush puppies, white beans, country ham, crunchy fried chicken and other traditional foods.
There are also hundreds of “Yard Sales” from Reelfoot Lake to Union City, Dyersburg and the surrounding areas. Make your Lodging reservations early!
Come enjoy the festival and soak up on the local flavor as well. Great restaurants, great fishing, beautiful scenery
with nature walks along the lake; we look forward to sharing it with you.
For information on renting a space contact or Bruce 731-882-8291