Norris Lake Literature


Norris Lake is a reservoir located in Tennessee. It was created by the Norris Dam at the Cove Creek Site on the Clinch River in 1936 by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) for flood control, water storage, and hydroelectric power. Norris Dam and its reservoir were the first major project taken on by the TVA. The lake, the dam, and the town of Norris, Tennessee are named for George W. Norris, who was a U.S. Senator from Nebraska and who wrote the legislation that created the TVA.

Books about Norris Lake

Norris Lake Fun Book: A Fun and Educational Book About Norris Lake

Norris Lake Vacation Super Coloring Book

Norris Lake Water Safety Book

Norris Lake Safety Book: The Essential Lake Safety Guide For Children




Norris Lake is a popular tourist and recreation destination. The lake has over 800 miles of shoreline and offers a variety of activities for visitors, including boating, fishing, swimming, and hiking. The area around the lake is also home to a number of historical sites, including the Norris Dam and the Museum of the Tennessee Valley Authority.

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