Formed by Narrows Dam which was finished in 1950, Lake Greeson attracts millions of visitors each year for skiing, boating, fishing, scuba diving, eagle watching and camping. One of the jewels of the Diamond Lakes area, the lake's deep clear waters bring relief to the city dwellers of the region in the summer and winter refuge for northern snowbirds!
In addition to Daisy State Park on the north end there are numerous Corps of Engineers campgrounds around the lake with electric hook-ups and reservable sites. On the southern end of the lake, six miles up ARK 19 from Murfreesboro, you will find an excellent public boat launch at the Narrows Dam Recreation Area, otherwise known as Dynamite Hill. Cowhide Cove and Parker Creek, also on the south end, are very popular Corps Of Engineers campgrounds.
Corps of Engineers
Lake Greeson Field Office: