Old Hickory, TN Lake Homes for Sale By Price Range
Old Hickory Lake is formed by the Old Hickory lock and dam and is located on the Cumberland River. It is home to many varieties of wildlife and many fishermen enjoy their day on Old Hickory Lake.
Boats of all sizes and shape enjoy Old Hickory Lake and Wake Board Bonanzas have become a popular sport hosted on Old Hickory Lake for the past several years. The popularity of the lake may be because of its wavy like way it snakes through Davidson, Sumner, and Wilson county. The lake provides beautiful landscapes, sunset scenes and gorgeous home sites all along the shore line.
A list of marinas and yacht clubs along the shoreline.
Anchor High Marina
3621 Benders Ferry Rd., Mt. Juliet, TN 37122
Cedar Creek Marina
9120 Saundersville Rd., Mt. Juliet , TN 37122
Cedar Creek Yacht Club
3581 Benders Ferry Rd., Mt. Juliet, Tn 37122
P.O. Box 315, Hendersonville, Tn 37077
727 Marina Dr., Gallatin, Tn 37066
Harbor Island Yacht Club
HIYC was formed years ago by a bunch of sailing enthusiasts. The club has steadily grown and now has a membership of over 125 families. The yacht club holds many races and regattas throughout the year. This family oriented and purposeful club specializes in promoting sailing in all its branches. The Harbor Island yacht Club is one of the prettiest sites on Old Hickory Lake
Harbor Island where the Yacht club is located is a gated community with nice homes that sit directly on the lake and over look the many sailboats and sunsets and is just simply beautiful.
Cedar Creek Yacht Club
Belonging to Cedar Creek Yacht Club is like a vacation every weekend! The members at the club enjoy boat slips large and small, a very nice clubhouse and dining hall, swimming pool, tennis courts, concierge service, fully stocked wet bars, and year round planned events.
Cedar Creek Yacht Club is located in Mount Juliet off Benders Ferry Road.
“Benders Ferry is a habitat for man and beast alike. You find a comical variety of homes ranging from rundown trailer, to quaint farmhouse, to landscaped mansion, all mirrored by corresponding transportation: work truck, jalopy, “Beamers”, Mercedes and SUV. You see them all on this obscure country road, and in some odd way, they all belong.” ~(from the Cedar Creek Yacht club website, www.cedarcreekyachtclub.com)