South Holston Lake

Celebrate the Fourth with Fireworks at the Lake

Independence Day is just around the corner, and watching fireworks on the lake is one of our favorite July 4th traditions! Here’s a look at what’s going on in our area. South Holston Lake Lake View Dock Fireworks start 30 minutes after dark on Tuesday, July 3. If it rains, the fireworks will be on […]

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Memorial Day at the Lake

Ah, it’s finally here: a glorious three-day weekend, kickoff to summer and the summer boating season, a great time to take the family out on the lake. Whether you’re planning to swim in the (still slightly chilly) lake or just relax and enjoy the view out on the water, there’s nothing wrong with bringing along […]

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Boat rentals and more at South Holston Lake

You can enjoy a day on South Holston Lake without investing in boat ownership! If you don’t own a boat or are selling the boat you have, rentals or boat clubs are a great alternative for your next adventures out on the water. Many of the marinas on South Holston Lake have boats and other […]

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Access South Holston Lake from any of these marinas

South Holston Lake is the largest lake in the Tri-Cities with over 7,500 acres of surface area. It begins near Bristol, Tennessee and crosses the state line into Bristol, Virginia. It’s well-known in the area for its numerous fishing-friendly coves and a large wide-open main channel that is perfect for skiing, wakeboarding, and other water […]

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An Introduction to the Carefree Boat Club

You’ve probably seen us talk about the Carefree Boat Club in posts here on Carefree Boater, but if you’re still not sure if it’s for you we’ve put together a quick guide to introduce you to how it works! Reserve your boat ahead of time Use the reservation system to make sure the boat you […]

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Summer Boating and Pop-Up Showers

Summer weather on the water can be tricky. One minute you’re enjoying a calm, sunny day, but rain and storms can appear as if out of nowhere even when the forecast looks clear. Weather.com says that pop-up summer storms are some of the hardest weather patterns to predict. “Most meteorologists would agree summer is the […]

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