Step into an outdoor paradise for fishers, hunters, campers, golfers, and more.

Obion County is nationally known for its world class fishing, hunting and water sports. Located along the Mississippi Flyway, the county hosts more than 100,000 geese and 200,000 ducks annually, in addition to a plentiful array of wildlife.

Take advantage of the walking tours available in many of our quaint historic towns. Play a round of golf at one of our seven public/semi-public 18-hole golf courses. Are you a baseball lover? Union City's Greyhounds offer an exciting level of collegiate baseball. 

No matter which experience you choose, venture outdoors and discover a world of wonder in Obion County!


Reelfoot Lake, State Park area, and National Wildlife Refuge

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Kentucky Lake and the Land Between the Lakes

Located just one hour from Obion County, Kentucky Lake and the Land Between the Lakes are widely known for their recreational opportunities and facilities. This area offer outdoor activities galore, from fishing, boating, and swimming to hunting, camping, geocaching, and hiking.

Get up close and personal (in your car) with wildlife viewing at the Elk and Bison Prairie. Learn more about the area's history from the 1850s Homeplace. Enjoy what the Nature Station, Planetarium, and Iron Furnaces exhibits have to offer.

City Parks

Our recreational parks are located in Union City, Troy, Obion, Kenton, Hornbeak, and Woodland Mills. While facilities differ in the amenities they offer, you  can find baseball and softball fields, basketball and tennis courts, soccer fields, walking tracks, recreational activities, picnic facilities, and public pools.



All three of Obion's city parks are located near the community center.

  • Rosenthal Park
  • Obion Indian Park
  • Eddie Huey Park



  • Panther Park




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  • Merchants Park