Situated in a remote section of the upper Cumberland Mountains, the 17,372-acre Pickett State Park and Forest possess a combination of scenic, botanical and geological wonders found nowhere else in Tennessee. Of particular interest are the uncommon rock formations, natural bridges, numerous caves and remains of ancient Indian occupation. Rowboats and canoes are available for rent at the park boat dock. No personally-owned boats or motors are permitted. Pickett features five chalets, five rustic stone cottages and five wooden cottages ideally suited for vacations. Each is completely equipped for housekeeping including appliances, all cooking and serving utensils and linens. Forty campsites are available, each with tables and grills. Twenty sites have electrical and water hookups. The campground is served with a modern bathhouse and a dump station. Year-round fishing is available at Pickett's delightful, 15-acre Arch Lake.