Marrowbone Lake is a tranquil lake 19 miles north of Nashville, that was once home to Native American tribes. Today, the scenic waterway is a favorite fishing hole, well-stocked with bass, crappie and channel catfish. Boat-launching areas, fishing piers and fishing license sales are among the many amenities they offer. After a day on the water, visitors can dine at picnic tables in the shade or relax at one of the public recreation areas along the lake. Restrooms are stationed throughout the park.
Attractions & Landmarks, Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries, Beaches/Bodies of Water