Report: I'm not sure if faragut park is the same thing as concord park. but i'll tell yall anyway. The parking at the boat ramp isn't that great but when you get in the water on a sat. your sure to have some fun. I gave yall a pic ( im the one on the wave jamer in summer means fun contest ) If you go out on a sat or a sun. almost every 5-10 min, you'll see a huge boat come through, and
sometimes barges :-). there are some fishermen out too, but not to many and they don't seem to mind jet ski's. There is also a good place to spin around and do tricks as well, it's a HUGE cove, about the size of two foot ball fields, right beside the boat ramp, thats a good place to do tricks so that your not in the way of boat trafic. Well, thats my "report" . Im not sure if it is any good, but i had nothing else better to do. haha
Thanks Michael - P.S "if the water swells, RIDE IT!!!"
Report: Chilhowee lake is an awesome lake. It is surrounded by the mountains and lots of good camping and fishing. The water is really clean, there are no big boats or houses on the lake, only you and your friends ripping the water up. There are also chances you will see a deer or a bear during summer, it is awesome. There is a Bald Eagle's nest on the upper end in a power tower (the first tower up the lake from the second ramp). There is a bridge to jump off of (it is awesome), there are also 2 or 3 rope swings to swing from. This lake is awesome (perfect for racing).
Thanks Young Life
The best place to go in east Tennessee is the Faragut Park boat ramp near the hockey court. There is a huge area to do spins and tricks, it is near a huge marina, so there are plenty of other boats around, but not so many that it becomes crowded. Lastly, people always accept jet skis being there, so we never have any trouble when we go there.
Fort Loudon Lake at Louisville Point. Like Farragut, which is right up the road, this place is wide open. There is a natural current that provides small 1 to 2 ft swells when the boat traffic is slow and up to 3 to 4 foot swells during the peak time of the year. It 's a very busy area, but not so that it's congested. Plenty of room and depth for cabin cruisers and we all know what that means, big ass wakes! I've never rode in a place that's soooo much fun and offers such a diverse set of challenges. One minute there's no traffic and the next there's three 50 foot cabin cruisers!! There's a great repore for the most part, between the skis and the boaters, so there's no animosity between the two groups. I have rode several times behind cruisers with people in the back cheering and having a blast watching the skis. Check your p
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