From the Tennessee Dept of Environment and Conservation: Breaking ground for the Lodge at Paris Landing are on November 15, 2019, from left, Patrick Neuber, project manager, Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood; Mayor Brent Greer of Henry County; Mayor Carlton Gerrell of Paris; Zach Tinkle, park manager, Paris Landing State Park; David Salyers, commissioner, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation; Gov. Bill Lee; Christi Branscom, commissioner, Tennessee Department of General Services; and Jim Bryson, deputy commissioner, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Commissioner David Salyers and Department of General Services Commissioner Christi W. Branscom led a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday, Nov. 15, for the new Lodge at Paris Landing at Paris Landing State Park. The lodge, which will feature spectacular views of Kentucky Lake, will have 90 guestrooms, three meeting spaces, a restaurant and bar, and a pool. The lodge is expected to open in the spring of 2021. It is expected to draw visitors to the area for years to come.