Just as the temperatures and scenery are altered with the change of seasons, so too do the lakes transform.
Just because summer is over doesn’t mean your boating season has to be! While the water may be too chilly to get in for a swim, your boat gives you a front-row seat to one of the Southeast’s most popular fall activities – leaf watching!
Enjoying a great meal while making a day of it out on the water is often a great bonding experience and there are some nice spots in the area where you can dock and find some amazing food. Whether you’re boating on South Holston, Boone or Watauga Lakes, there are some good choices.
As our nation celebrates its 240th birthday, many of us will be gathering friends and family to mark the occasion. One of the coolest things about Independence Day is having everyone together, enjoying a spectacular fireworks show. And one of the best places to watch is from a lake.
It’s that time of the year – when the water beckons and all you can think about is getting everyone together to go boating. But do you really want to take on the huge responsibility of owning and caring for a boat? For many, the idea of “boating without owning” is the ideal choice because […]
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Having said that, before we get into a discussion about the water levels at Boone Lake, I want you to take a look at the following photo: There have been a lot of rumors and negative press about the ongoing Tennessee Valley Authority repair project at […]
This year Carefree Boat Club members will have the best summer ever with our fleet of brand-new pontoon, bowrider, and sport boats boasting enough seating and power to make every lake day an adventure.
Dress for the water, not the weather: Indian summers can bring T-shirt days and downright balmy temperatures – but don’t be lured into this false sense of summer.
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Pending a formal environmental review, TVA engineers and other dam safety experts are recommending the construction of a composite seepage barrier – a multi-stage combination of grout injections and concrete – inside the earthen embankment. Project completion estimates range from five years to up to seven years. The initial cost estimate of the repair is expected to be between $200 and $300 million.