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Places to stay in Clay County include cabins, resorts, hotels, motels, marinas and campgrounds. We have a wide variety of accommodations in and around the lake.

Accommodations

Hotels, Motels, Cabins, Resorts, Marinas
Cedar Hill Resort
705 Cedar Hill Rd., Celina, TN 38551
(931) 243-3201 / 800-872-8393
Restaurant, pets allowed
Dale Hollow Lodging & Storage
18 Langford Ln., Celina, TN 38551
(931) 243-6555
Dale Hollow Marina
440 Arlon Webb Dr., Celina, TN 38551
(931) 243-2211
Reservations only 1-800-321-1669
Dobber’s Nest Motel
710 Lonnie Reecer Rd., Celina, TN 39551
(931) 243-6401
Holly Creek Resort & Cabins
2659 Holly Creek Rd., Celina, TN 38551
(931) 243-4593 / 800-331-1780
Hollow Log Cabins
Poplar Grove Rd., Celina TN 38551
(859) 619-8002
Horse Creek Resort
1150 Horse Creek Rd., Celina, TN 38551
(931) 243-2125 / 800-545-2595
Hunter’s Lodge
315 Bill Hunter Rd., Celina, TN 38551
(931) 243-3459
Mitchell Creek Marina
1260 Livingston Boat Dock Rd., Allons, TN 38541
(931) 823-6666 / 866-533-1842
Valley View Motel
815 East Lake Ave., Celina, TN 38551
(931) 243-2641
Willow Grove Resort
11045 Willow Grove Hwy., Allons, TN 38541
(931) 823-6616 / (931) 823-4296
Full Service Marina – Cabin and Houseboat Rentals

Camping

Primitive Shoreline Camping
Primitive shoreline camping is permitted in designated areas only. An advance shoreline camping permit is required and can be obtained by contacting the Resource Manager’s Office at (931) 243-3136.
Dale Hollow Dam Campground
(931) 243-3554

US Army Corps of Engineers Recreation Areas

Donaldson Park
(931) 243-3028
Dale Hollow Dam
(931) 243-3554
Pleasant Grove
(931) 243-3555
Willow Grove
(931) 823-4285
Lillydale
(931) 823-4155
Obey River
(931) 864-6388
The Corps of Engineers operates a very popular campground right beside the Obey, located only about four miles from Celina. The campground has about everything a camper could want. It stays filled to capacity during most of the vacation season.

It has dozens of camping spots, bathroom facilities, a fish-cleaning station, a laundry facility, and a walking and bike trail. In addition, it’s located right beside the national fish hatchery. Also, there’s the popular fishing stream that runs between the hatchery and the river.

“People come to the campground to fish,” said Paul Boyce, president of the Friends of Dale Hollow National Fish Hatchery Support group.

An outlet stream leading directly from the hatchery into the Obey River runs through the campground area.

“It’s one of the heaviest-fished streams in the state,” fish hatchery manager Andrew Currie said. “We stock the Obey every Friday. This little stream between the hatchery and the river sells more fishing license and trout stamps than any other one like it in Tennessee.”

A very popular kids’ fishing rodeo is held on the stream on Free Fishing Day in Tennessee, always held very early in June.

Tennessee State Parks

Standing Stone State Park
1674 Standing Stone Park Hwy., Hilham, Tn 38568
(931) 823-6347 / 1-800-713-5157
Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park
6371 State Park Rd.
Burkesville, KY 42717

National Recreation Reservation Service

The National Recreation Reservation Service is your one-stop reservation service for USDA Forest Service and US Army Corps of Engineers outdoor recreation facilities and activities.
1-877-444-6777

River’s Edge Outdoors

Canoe, kayak and camper rental and sales
7135 Burkesville Hwy., Celina, TN 38551
(931) 305-2925