The Cordell Hull Watershed is approximately 799 square miles and has an estimated population of 68,400 people. Use the map below to find out if you live in the watershed or to simply explore! The area within the purple boundary is within the watershed.
Water Quality in the Cordell Hull Watershed
There are 890 miles of streams and rivers in the Cordell Hull Watershed, as well as the 18,000 acre Center Hill Lake. Within the watershed, the State of Tennessee reports that 75 miles are impaired. The most common impairments are bacteria and low dissolved oxygen. The most common source of impairment is pasture grazing.
Looking for Adventure? Cordell’s Got You Covered!
- Boils Wildlife Management Area
- Cordell Hull Wildlife Management Area
- Cummins Falls State Park
- Granville Recreation Area
- Roaring River Recreation Area
- Salt Lick Creek Recreation Area
- Standing Stone State Park Standing
- Stone Wildlife Management Area
- Standing Stone State Forest
- Washmorgan Hollow State Natural Area
Learn More about the Cordell Hull Watershed
- TDEC – Cordell Hull Watershed Website
- TDEC – Water Pollution Control Interactive Map
- TDEC – 303d Reports on Impaired TN Waters
- EPA’s Surf Your Watershed Site: Cordell Hull
- Obtain NatureServe species data for this watershed (including rare and endangered species)
Page produced in collaboration with
The Nature Conservancy of Tennessee