Dale Hollow Dam Campground

Dale Hollow Dam Campground

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2019 Dale Hollow Dam Halloween festivities.even with the rain ,seemed like everyone enjoyed.
2nd place winner,for "Holloween"
Happy "Holloween"from Dale hollow dam Campground ,&Park Attendants Tina & Johnny ,we are looking forward to festivities Oct 26th for Halloween .
Was wondering how Verizon and AT&T service is at the camp ground
Campers come join the fun ,make your reservations now on Recreation. Gov. We hope everyone will enjoy the festivities on Oct 26th.2019
Dale hollow Dam campground Awesome!
happy camper :)

Dale Hollow Dam Campground is located just below Dale Hollow Dam on the Obey River Tailwater in Celina, Tennessee. The Obey River is known for rainbow and brown trout fishing; the campground is popular due to its quiet, tranquil nature.

Nashville District

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 7, 2020) – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District is extending its closure of 25 Corps-managed campgrounds within the Cumberland River Basin in Kentucky and Tennessee through at least May 31 in the interest of public safety due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dale Hollow Lake

Lake levels rising due to increased rain. Turtles are looking for higher ground!

Please Wear It

Consider using the clove hitch knot to secure your boat to a pole and prevent it from drifting away. Many people have drowned while attempting to swim to retrieve their boat. Wearing a life jacket to retrieve anything or getting help from another boater can help prevent more losses of life. #LifeJacketsWornNobodyMourns

Today the Corps of Engineers on Dale Hollow Lake opens a few more facilities. Opening today are PUBLIC RESTROOMS & TRAILS in the following DAY USE AREAS: Obey River Park, Dale Hollow Dam Day Use, and Pleasant Grove Day Use. Launch ramps and parking areas remain open in all day use areas on Dale Hollow. Red Oak Ridge and Accordian Bluff Trails are open. Group picnic shelters, beaches, playgrounds, campgrounds and common areas remain closed until further notice. Visitors can sight-see through the area, launch a boat, take a walk, and enjoy a picnic at a single, distanced picnic table. Be sure to comply with CDC requirements and socially distance, no gatherings of 10 or more persons and wash/sanitize hands. The restrooms will be cleaned once daily and hand soap will be provided in the restrooms. Facility opening will be in alignment with State, agency and CDC guidance but is subject to change based on current public health and safety directives.

Nashville District 'Building Strong, Standing Strong'

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District family is "Building Strong, Standing Strong" as the organization continues to respond and support the region and nation during the COVID-19 pandemic. May the Corps be with you! #BuildingStrong #StandingStrong #USACE #NashvilleCorps (USACE Video/Sharon McPeak)

fox17.com

The house left standing and the people who helped after the deadly Cookeville tornado

fox17.com During the Cookeville tornado, nine people died in one small subdivision. That has never happened in Tennessee. In the middle of that horror, one house stood without damage. That house on McBroom Chapel Road became an emergency room and a sanctuary. The family that lived there was tested to the brin...

We are currently evaluating potential plans for phased re-opening of Corps operated recreation facilities. We are taking careful consideration to ensure our actions protect our employees, visitors, volunteers and contractors to the greatest extent possible and comply with all health guidelines all local, state and federal policies. We will share our plans as soon as possible. Until that time all current closures remain in place until further notice.

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Earth Day 2020 focuses on climate action for 50th Anniversary

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 21, 2020) – The first Earth Day in 1970 launched the modern environmental movement, and is now recognized as the planet’s largest civic event. On the event’s 50th Anniversary April 22, 2020, the theme is climate action.

lrn.usace.army.mil NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 21, 2020) – The first Earth Day in 1970 launched the modern environmental movement, and is now recognized as the planet’s largest civic event. On the event’s 50th Anniversary

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Headquarters

In case you missed it: Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, USACE Commanding General and 54th U.S. Army Chief of Engineers, provides an update about ongoing support to the COVID-19 response during this evening's Coronavirus Task Force Briefing.

In case you missed it: Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, USACE Commanding General and 54th U.S. Army Chief of Engineers, provides an update about ongoing support to the COVID-19 response during this evening's Coronavirus Task Force Briefing.

[04/20/20]   Having a difficult time calling the Recreation.gov toll free phone line? Here is the reason...the "Customer Service phone service and chat feature has been suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic. Support for Recreation.gov customers will be provided by email until further notice."

For those without email or access to online account, you may contact a park at Dale Hollow Lake, or our Resource Manager's Office and we will try to assist. 931-243-3136.

Keep a Bobber the Water Safety Dog distance between yourself & others! Stay safe!

Before and After: Obey River Campground Registration Center gets a 'face-lift"!

Before and After: Obey River Campground Registration Center gets a 'face-lift"!

Recreation.gov is waiving service fees for those who cancel due to COVID-19. Read their post for details. As of this post, Dale Hollow Lake staff have not been advised of our campground opening dates. When we know, we will post to our pages!

In following the latest guidance on COVID-19 from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), federal agency leadership, and state and local authorities, the participating agencies who offer reservations through Recreation.gov have decided to extend the temporary fee waiver announced last week.

The agencies will waive any fees and provide a full refund for visitor-initiated cancellations submitted after March 1 for camping reservations (including campsites, day use, group sites, cabins, and lookouts) at facilities which remain open to the public with arrival dates beginning March 10 through April 30.

Customers who choose to cancel reservations during this time will receive two refunds - one for the initial cancellation, minus the cancellation fee, and a second for the cancellation fee. This second refund is processed separately and should show up within 7-10 days. Please do not reach out to the contact center regarding these refunds.

Recreation.gov will continue to monitor the situation and coordinate closely with our agency partners to ensure policies and guidance reflect the latest information on this evolving situation.

📸: Grand Teton National Park (Kati Seiffer, Share the Experience)

Nashville District seeks public cooperation to #SlowTheSpread

Park Ranger Dylon Anderson addresses how public safety remains priority number one during COVID-19, even as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District has campground closures and limited access to some day-use recreation areas at Corps Lakes. He says the Corps is trying to keep outdoor spaces like boat ramps and hiking trails open, and urges visitors to be good stewards and adhere to CDC recommendations to #SlowTheSpread (USACE Video by Daniel Barrios)

Dale Hollow Lake

Mayapple, also known as Indian Apple or Wild Mandrake, is unique in that It has only 2 leaves and 1 flower, which grows in the axil of the leaves. The large, twin, umbrella-like leaves of mayapple are showy and conspicuous. They remain closed as the stem lengthens, unfolding 6-8 inches across when the plant has reached its 1-1 1/2 ft. height. The solitary, nodding, white to rose-colored flower grows in the axil of the leaves and has 6-9 waxy white petals, with many stamens. The nodding fruit is a large, fleshy, lemon-shaped berry.

Dale Hollow Lake

Enhancements: before and after photos of Obey River Day Use fee booth.

Please Wear It

For those of you who are looking forward to being able to spend more time on the water as the weather warms up. Here are ten ideas to get you better prepared for a safe boating season while you’re staying at home. #LifeJacketsWornNobodyMourns
https://medium.com/@pleasewearitarmycorps/ten-things-to-do-at-home-while-waiting-to-go-boating-5adfd7eccc4e

Please Wear It

Everyone who owns or would like to own an inflatable life jacket needs to watch this 9-minute “Inflatable Life Jackets: Everything You Need to Know” video to learn all about maintaining it so it will work when you need it.

Visitors to Pleasant Grove, Celina, Tennessee will notice a "face-lift" to the fee collection building.

Visitors to Pleasant Grove, Celina, Tennessee will notice a "face-lift" to the fee collection building.

Dale Hollow Lake

While enjoying the beautiful spring flowers, keep an eye out for this...."Leaves of Three, Let them Be!"

Dale Hollow Lake

Spring is here!

With social distancing, campground prep may take a little longer. However, thus far the weather has been cooperating. Here at Obey River Campground drift is piled waiting for removal and a crushed & failing culvert is being replaced.

With social distancing, campground prep may take a little longer. However, thus far the weather has been cooperating. Here at Obey River Campground drift is piled waiting for removal and a crushed & failing culvert is being replaced.

In these unprecedented times, the staff and contractors at Dale Hollow Lake are practicing social distancing while still trying to get parks ready to open. Here is a photo of Dale Hollow Dam Campground showing the shaping of trees and clearing of dead and dying ones. In the distance, the registration center is getting a new roof and siding.

In these unprecedented times, the staff and contractors at Dale Hollow Lake are practicing social distancing while still trying to get parks ready to open. Here is a photo of Dale Hollow Dam Campground showing the shaping of trees and clearing of dead and dying ones. In the distance, the registration center is getting a new roof and siding.

For customers with reservations at all campgrounds/day use shelters on Dale Hollow Lake, your reservation remains even while these areas are closed due to COVID-19. Customers affected should already have received an informative email from Dale Hollow Staff. Customers may cancel their reservation for refund per info in this post (below by Recreaton.gov) or leave the reservation "just in case" the parks may open. However, if the campgrounds/day use shelters will not open, your reservation will be cancelled with full refund. This cancel/refund action will be processed by Dale Hollow Staff. Let's all hope this virus ends soon so we can get back to enjoying Dale Hollow Lake.

In following the latest guidance on COVID-19 from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), federal agency leadership, and state and local authorities, the participating agencies who offer reservations through Recreation.gov have decided to extend the temporary fee waiver announced last week.

The agencies will waive any fees and provide a full refund for visitor-initiated cancellations submitted after March 1 for camping reservations (including campsites, day use, group sites, cabins, and lookouts) at facilities which remain open to the public with arrival dates beginning March 10 through April 30.

Customers who choose to cancel reservations during this time will receive two refunds - one for the initial cancellation, minus the cancellation fee, and a second for the cancellation fee. This second refund is processed separately and should show up within 7-10 days. Please do not reach out to the contact center regarding these refunds.

Recreation.gov will continue to monitor the situation and coordinate closely with our agency partners to ensure policies and guidance reflect the latest information on this evolving situation.

📸: Grand Teton National Park (Kati Seiffer, Share the Experience)

tn.gov

COVID-19 Bulletin #8 - March 30, 2020

tn.gov Today, Governor Bill Lee provided an update on Tennessee’s efforts regarding COVID-19 relief. Gov. Lee’s daily press conferences can be viewed live each day this week at 3 p.m. CDT here. Gov. Lee has also established a website specific to COVID-19 updates which can be found here.

Nashville District

Army leaders announced plans to quickly convert unused buildings into makeshift hospitals in multiple states, starting in New York, as hospitals brace for medical shortages caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Recreation.gov

The campground will not be opening as scheduled due to COVID-19. Customers that have an existing reservation through May 15, 2020 should have received a notice by email. The campsites were placed on closure and existing reservations will remain in the system “just in case” we can open earlier. Reservation holders will have the opportunity to choose to cancel their reservations and receive a full refund or keep the reservations in the event that the campsites open prior to their stay. If cancelled these reservations cannot be automatically re-booked. If the park does not open by the reservation date, customers will need to enter their account and process as instructed via the email in order to get the full refund.
For status updates regarding future campground open dates please check back regularly to the www.Recreation.gov site and view the banner at the top of the campground reservation page or look at the available sites tab to see if the closure has been removed and dates are open to reserve. Information will also be posted to Dale Hollow Lake’s page.

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NR 20-006: Dale Hollow Dam Road closing for repairs to Walker Ridge Ro

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 26, 2018) – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District announces Dale Hollow Dam Road at the dam in Celina, Tenn., is closing today through April 9, 2020, to repair Walker Ridge Road. The road is in need of stabilization due to a roadside slide related to excessive spring rains and soaked terrain.

lrn.usace.army.mil NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 26, 2018) – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District announces Dale Hollow Dam Road at the dam in Celina, Tenn., is closing today through April 9, 2020, to repair

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Nashville District

The Nashville District expresses its condolences to the family of Country Music Legend Kenny Rogers, who passed away this weekend! The Corps of Engineers appreciates the "Gambler" telling his fans not to gamble with life when it comes to water safety! #Gambler #WaterSafety #LifeJackets #ILoveThislifeJacket #PleaseWearIt

Protect Yourself and Your Family From COVID-19 (Army Public Health Center Video)

Nashville District

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 19, 2020) – In the interest of public safety, and in accordance with Center for Disease Control recommendations, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District is taking the following precautionary measures to assist public health efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19.

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200 Campground Road
Celina, TN
38551

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