Rent a boat, campsite, or marina slip
Conveniently Located Near Highway 33
Daily & Weekly Reservations
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Cedar Grove Marina is Your Home Away From Home
Situated on beautiful Norris Lake, Cedar Grove Marina is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the great outdoors. Our full-service marina is conveniently located right off Highway 33 in New Tazewell, Tennessee and offers RV campsites, boat and boat slip rentals as well as a marina store where you can buy snacks, ice, gas, oil and fishing supplies. Whether you like to camp, fish, boat or do all of the above, we offer everything you need to make your stay with us a great one. We pride ourselves on providing a family-friendly atmosphere and look forward to becoming your home away from home!
Book a Campsite
With 115+ campsites, we can accommodate you, your family and all of your friends! We offer nightly and weekly reservations based on availability, so make sure to book your getaway soon.
Rent a Boat
From pontoons to ski boats and houseboats, we offer boats for any type of lake adventure. Boat availability books up fast when the weather is warm, so plan ahead for your lake day!
Reserve a Boat Slip
Safely store your boat with us! We offer annual covered slip rentals and seasonal uncovered slip rentals. Give us a call to check availability and reserve your slip!
Explore Upcoming Events
We are always looking for fun events to host at the marina! Keep an eye on our event calendar, and reach out to us if you want to schedule your own event at the marina!
Away from Everything, But Near it All
Planning for a weeklong Tennessee getaway? Enjoy an easy 30 minute drive to a fun day of hiking and and exploring at Cumberland Gap National Historical Park and a 1.5 hr drive to all the museums, theme parks and unique attractions in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. If you are a golfer, make sure to pack your clubs and head just a few minutes down the road to Woodlake Golf Course for a round or two during your stay. Whether you want to enjoy a thrilling day of adventure or a relaxing round of golf, our campsites provide a peaceful place to call home at the end of the day.
70+ Years of Lake Life
Our family-owned and operated marina has been an East Tennessee vacation destination since 1949 which means we know every detail about Norris Lake and the surrounding areas. We can guide you to the best fishing spots along the shore and tell you which nearby restaurants serve the best burgers and BBQ. We are staffed by locals who love East Tennessee and will be happy to answer any questions you may have during your stay.
What Our Patrons are Saying
First things first, I would just like to say this is a very lovely marina. They do have a young staff, but they are trained to perfection. I was a little wary at first when I had first arrived, but the very nice staff and people really made up for it. It is also wonderful that an owner would trust so many young adults with his business and give them an opportunity to get a job.
- Wyatt Roberts
I love this place. It's such a beautiful and peaceful place. Everybody that you see and talk to is very nice. I go there to fish and it is a very good place to go to catch lots of fish.
- Tony Sizemore
We had a good time kayaking in the lake. It was so nice being able to go just a few steps to put our yaks in the water. The lake is beautiful & the weather was perfect. Your campground was adequate but it would be great if you were equipped with sewer hookups. I will give you a thumbs up!!!!!!
- Cheryl Mauter
I watched the 4th of July Fireworks here. Awesome! The employee who directed traffic was super nice. I have not camped here. But the campground area looked nice and neat. Overall a nice looking place.
- Mel M.
I put a boat in here almost every week to go fishing and I always seem to have a good experience. The staff is always helpful and laid back and the ramp and docks are easily accessible to parking unlike a lot of other marinas I go to on Norris.
- Davin Jacobs
Great place to rent a pontoon boat! We come every summer.
- Melissa Stooksbury