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Parksville Lake

Contact Information

Forest Supervisor's Office (8a-4:30p M-F)
2800 Ocoee Street N
Cleveland TN  37312
(423) 476-9700
(423) 476-9721 (Fax)

PLEASE NOTE:  This is an information and administrative office located in Cleveland, TN and is not actually in the forest.

Unaka Ranger District (8a-4:30p M-F)
4900 Asheville Highway
Greeneville TN 37743
(423) 638-4109
(423) 638-6599 (Fax)

Ocoee Ranger District (8a-4:30p M-F)
3171 Highway 64
Benton TN  37307-5823
(423) 338-3300
(423) 338-6577 (Fax)

Ocoee Whitewater Center
4400 Highway 64
Copperhill TN 37317
(423) 496-0100
(877) 692-6050
(423) 496-0115 (Fax)

Tellico Ranger District (8a-4:30p M-F)
250 Ranger Station Road
Tellico Plains TN 37385
(423) 397-8455
(423) 253-2804 (Fax)

Watauga Ranger District (8a-4:30p M-F)
4400 Unicoi Drive
Unicoi TN  37692
(423) 735-1500
(423) 735-7306 (Fax)

Our office operations have changed due to COVID-19. Some offices are closed to the public while others have limited hours or are open by appointment only. Please contact local offices by phone or email to find the current status and how to get the services and information you need.

In an emergency, call 911

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About Us


Halls Cabin Rental is located on the western side of the Cherokee National Forest and conveniently located near the world famous Ocoee River (host of the 1996 Whitewater Olympic Games) as well as the 1,930 acre Parksville Lake.  If you stay at our cabin, you are within a short driving distance to the Hiwassee River, the beautiful mountains of Blue Ridge, Georgia and the famous Harrahs Casino located in Murphy, North Carolina.  Our location is also about an hours drive to Chattanooga, TN where you can visit the Chattanooga Aquarium, Rock City,  take a ride on the Southern Belle River Boat or a host  of many other activities and sites located in the  beautiful Tennessee Valley.  


  • 1700 Square Foot Cabin
  • 2 Story Loft
  • Satellite TV
  • DVD
  • Picnic and grilling area (with electrical connections)
  • 2 Acre Pond
  • Bed and Bath Linens
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Self Cleaning Oven
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Refrigerator
  • Washer and Dryer
  • Running Spring on property
  • Short driving distance to whitewater rafting
  • Hiking
  • Short driving distance to swimming/water skiing
  • Fishing

Other Services Available:

*  Primitive Camping Sites

*  Wedding Venue

*  Company Meeting Site

*  Church Gathering

*  Family Reunions

** Catering services available upon request.

** No Smoking inside cabin

** No Pets allowed


Rates for Halls Cabin Rental is very affordable.  Pricing begins at $135.00 per night for up to 4 people.  Additional pricing is $10.00 per person after the initial 4.

** Contact us for special pricing for special events, primitive camping, etc. 

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2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathrooms, Sleeps 6

Cabin (850 sq. ft.) in Benton, TN

2.9 miles from Parksville Lake

The Pines cabin is located at Welcome Valley Village, a log cabin retreat on Tennessee’s Ocoee River. Our 17 acre property is diverse with lots of mature forest, 750’ of riverfront, and a mountain stream running through the center of the property. The Village has a feeling of remoteness yet it’s less than 2 miles from the highway. Whether you're coming to take in all our area has to offer or just hang out and relax for a few days, The Pines is one of the finest accommodations available in our area. Guests love the easy access, private location, cabin design, and beautiful furnishings. Some guests check-in and never leave the property until it’s time for them to go home. Others use the cabin as an outpost for day hikes, biking, whitewater rafting, fishing, and photography. Many take a day to visit Cleveland (20 minutes), Chattanooga (50 minutes), and other nearby points of interest. There are two grocery stores, liquor stores, and several restaurants within 10 minutes of The Village. The Pines is an 850 ft2 single story log cabin with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen, wood burning fireplace, and a 2-person whirlpool tub. The cabin is in the river flood plain, so it is elevated off of the ground. There are 14 steps to reach the cabin level. This cabin is perfect for 2-4 guests, but there is sleeping space for 6 to 8 for large families. The dining room table seats 6. A great room includes the kitchen, dining area, and living area. Six nice large windows allow natural light and views of the river. The living area has a sofa/futon, a padded chair, and a long fireplace hearth which provides additional seating. The fireplace has a beautiful stacked stone face and hearth. The hearth continues on around a large Jacuzzi in the corner of the room. If you need entertained there is a 32” Samsung flat-screen TV, DVD player, and movie library. We have antenna TV and get about a dozen channels including ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, and FOX. Our Wi-Fi is great for streaming video, music, and movies. The kitchen has a refrigerator, stove, oven, microwave oven, coffee maker, and toaster along with cookware, dinnerware, and cutlery. There is not a dishwasher, but there is a drying rack and dish washing soap provided. We also provide cloth dish towels, paper towels, napkins, paper plates, plastic cups, coffee filters, salt and pepper, and sweetener packets. There is a "park style" charcoal grill just off of the porch for grilling, and a nice campfire pit with chairs and a swing beside the river. The Master Bedroom has a queen size bed, nightstand and table lamp. The second bedroom has a full size bed. a set of bunk beds, night stand, table lamps, and a small chair. A futon in the living room provides additional sleeping options. Our linens and bedding are very nice. The bathroom has a double vanity and 2 clothes closets. A door separates this room from a second room where the shower and toilet are located. Both bedrooms have a door leading into the bathroom vanity area (ie. the bathroom is located in-between the bedrooms). Our are fluffy. A large covered porch on the river side of the cabin gives you a great view of the forest floor below, flower gardens, and the river. Your campfire pit is in this area beside the river. Since the cabin is elevated, the view from the porch is greatly enhanced (see photos)! There is a porch swing, large table, and 6 chairs. Beneath the porch hang several swings, and one of them is “for 2”. This makes for an interesting, additional place for children to hang out and play, especially whenever it’s raining. The forest is thinned out on the river side of the cabin, so that you can easily stroll around enjoying our native and cultivated flower beds. It’s a really nice place to relax and watch the river to see what flies or swims by. We have a trail which loops around our 17 acre property it runs alongside the riverbank near your campfire pit. Venture either North or South from there for a nice walk around the property. We live onsite and are ready to help you make the very best of your vacation, and are readily available to assist with any problem which may arise.

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Parksville Lake, Tennessee, USA

Map: Parksville Lake, Tennessee, USA

Parksville Lake, also known as Ocoee Reservoir, is one of three reservoirs in Polk County near Cleveland,TN. Together the reservoirs run through some of the most beautiful country in Tennessee and provide visitors with plenty of opportunities for outdoor adventures.

Parksville Lake is the largest of the three reservoirs, and it is impounded by the Ocoee No. 1 Dam on the Ocoee River. The other two are Ocoee No. 2 and 3. Completed in 1911 by the Tennessee Electric Power Company, the dam was built on the Great Smoky Fault and was one of the first hydroelectric projects in the area. The Tennessee Valley Authority acquired Ocoee No.1 and 2 in 1939 and built Ocoee No. 3 in 1942 to produce power for WWII.

In addition to supplying reliable power through three plants below the three dams, the Ocoee River is one of the ten best whitewater rivers in the country. There is exceptional whitewater below Ocoee No. 2. There is a five mile long wooden flume that carries water from Dam No. 2 to Powerhouse No. 2. The flume is on the National Register of Historic Places. When the flume was closed for repair, the TVA released water directly into the riverbed creating exceptional whitewater. After the flume was fixed, the TVA made arrangements to periodically release water to maintain the popular whitewater condition. The Ocoee Whitewater Center is below Ocoee No.3 Dam. The 1,500 foot long Center was the site of the 1996 Olympic Slalom Canoe/Kayak Event. Today there are several outfitters that can supply rafting trips for visitors.

Those preferring quieter water will find plenty on Parksville Lake. With almost 2,000 acres of water and several creeks feeding the lake, there are plenty of places to paddle and boat. Anglers will find lots of fish to challenge them including black, largemouth, and spotted bass. There are several public boat ramps and a marina, along with designated swimming and picnic areas.

Most of the land surrounding Parksville Lake and the other two reservoirs is managed by the US Forest Service as part of Cherokee National Forest. Tennessee's only national forest, Cherokee National Forest covers about 630,000 acres and is Tennessee's largest tract of public land. The forest was created in 1936 when President Roosevelt combined parts of two national forests and a division of a third. The Civilian Conservation Corps was instrumental in bringing back the parts of the forest that suffered from too much logging and intensive farming.

The Ocoee Scenic Byway travels through Cherokee National Forest and past Parksville Lake. The first National Forest Byway in the nation, it is 19 miles of US Hwy 64 and 7 miles of Forest Service Road 77. It's a beautiful way to explore the forest and lake and extends to the Old Copper Road. Wagons used the road to transport to transport copper ore down the Ocoee River Gorge to the railroad in Cleveland.

The name Ocoee is Cherokee for "apricot vine place." It is a name as colorful and interesting as the area around the river and dams that are named for it. Whether you prefer the excitement of whitewater or the calmer exploration of auto touring, Parksville Lake and the surrounding area is sure to have something to please everyone.

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