Are you looking to explore the Calfkiller River? Fishing and kayaking are popular on this river in Tennessee.

The Calfkiller River is a 42.4-mile-long stream located primarily in Sparta, Tennessee. It is a tributary of the Caney Fork, and is part of the Cumberland, Ohio, and Mississippi watersheds. The river is believed to be named for a Cherokee chief who once lived in the area.

There are a few ramps and access points for fishing boats and kayaks. Check it out, and make your plans!

Calfkiller River Ramps

  • City Boat Ramp: 35.92246-85.46660
  • City Boat Ramp 2: 35.94370-85.45050

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