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Veterans honored at Land Between the Lakes November 8-11

“This is our way of saying thank you to our military members who visit Land Between The Lakes,” says Brian Beisel, Customer Service Manager. “We appreciate the service and sacrifices made by all military members across th...
by News Staff


Land Between the Lakes offers Fall Frolic

Fall Frolic features a variety of fall nature events and fun filled activities, including hayrides, live music, and appearances by Smokey Bear. “Bring the whole family to enjoy the fall season and participate in a variety of ...
by News Staff



The Homeplace hosts ‘Snap Apple Night’

During Snap Apple Night, The Homeplace takes on a magical and mysterious atmosphere. The evening begins around a blazing bonfire where storytellers entertain with eerie tales. Visitors can join an old-time Snap Apple play party...
by News Staff


LBL says “Enjoy the autumn colours!”

With more than 151,000 acres of primarily hardwood forest, Land Between The Lakes is a great place to enjoy the autumn colors. Certain colors of leaves are characteristic of particular species. Blackgums, sumacs, and Virginia c...
by News Staff


LBL hosts “Race to the Canal”

Mountain bikers of all skill levels are invited to participate in the Race to the Canal at Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area on Sunday, October 19. Race to the Canal is sanctioned by USA Cycling (USAC).
by News Staff



LBL invites children to 20th annual Howl-O-Ween, Oct. 25

Howl-O-Ween offers children a great opportunity for outdoor fun and entertainment while learning about some of Land Between The Lakes' wildlife. Visitors can partake in crafts, face painting, and see live animals. Visitors are ...
by News Staff


Wolf week returns to LBL Oct. 6-10

Red wolves were once declared officially extinct in the wild. Thanks to recovery efforts, they have been reintroduced into a wildlife refuge in North Carolina. Red wolves are still designated as a critically endangered species....
by News Staff