Pickwick Dam Vacation Packages
To see why so many holiday-makers go for Western Tennessee as a vacation spot, make sure you and your family take the time to fully explore the many scenic and cultural attractions around Pickwick Dam. Selmer, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east, and Ramer, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east of Pickwick Dam are good places to visit if you're keen on learning more about this region.
Organise your transportation and spend some time in Florence, a shopping and transport center for the region, about 35 miles (56 kilometers) from Pickwick Dam. The city offers a range of visitor attractions, for example Indian Mound and Museum, Shoals Conference Center and Renaissance Tower. Children's Museum of the Shoals, Pope's Tavern Museum and W. C. Handy Home are among the many other points of interest in Florence that should be included on everyone's to-do list.
Spend the time to delve deeper into Western Tennessee by learning about its history. A good place to begin is by visiting the area's fine old historic mansions.
If the weather is fine while here, explore Western Tennessee's watery side. Water skiing and fishing are two local options.
If you intend on traveling by air, it's handy to remember that the most convenient major airport is Northwest Alabama Regional Airport, 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the southeast of Pickwick Dam.
Accommodation in Pickwick Dam
Short and long stay accommodation options in Pickwick Dam tend to be rather limited. It's therefore recommended to check out the current range on Expedia's up-to-date Pickwick Dam hotels guide.