It will also be waived at Old Hickory Beach near Old Hickory Dam.
Nearby, the fee will be waived at Cook and Anderson Road at J. Percy Priest Lake and at Floating Mill State Park, Hurricane Bridge and Ragland Bottom at Center Hill Lake near Smithville.
Other areas where the fee will be waived on June 14 will be Cheatham Dam Right Bank and Harpeth River Bridge at Cheatham Lake; Defeated Creek and Roaring River at Cordell Hull; Lillydale, Obey River Park and Pleasant Grove at Dale Hollow; Bumpus Mills, Canal and Old Kuttawa at Lake Barkley; and Cumberland Point, Fall Creek, Kendall and Waitsboro at Lake Cumberland.
This waiver for day use fees for swimming beaches and boat ramps does not apply to recreation areas managed by third parties.
Fees for camping, specialized facilities such as picnic shelters and for other special use/events will not be waived.
This waiver of day use fees applies only on June 14.
Since its formation by the Second Continental Congress on June 14, 1775 with George Washington as commander-in-chief, Americas Army has added 183 streamers to the Army Flag staff denoting the campaigns that soldiers have fought.
For more information about the Armys 237th Birthday and the heritage of todays modern volunteer Army, visit http://www.army.mil/birthday/237/. You can also visit the Nashville District of the USACE on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/nashvillecorps.