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Retirement Living at Its Best...
Comprised of 218 Home sites, three private community marinas, clubhouse, pool, and boat ramp,
Hickory Pointe is a heavily wooded residential/retirement community located on the Clinch River of Norris Lake.  Established in 2005, our neighborhood follows the south side of Norris Lake for several miles in Union County near Maynardville, TN.  Home sites range in size from one acre to five plus acres.  There are gorgeous views around every curve, numerous tree species, and delightful wildlife and birds.
Hickory Pointe can be a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of contemporary life, yet there is shopping available within minutes in Maynardville and Halls.  Knoxville is within 30 minutes for additional great dining and entertainment
Hickory Pointe is a private development on the east side of the Clinch River branch of Norris Lake at about the river mile marker 116.  It lies just off Hickory Valley Road (Route 170), and is 8 miles from Maynardville and less than 30 miles from Knoxville. 
The HOA owns and maintains three separate boat docks with a total of 66 covered boat slips.  The HOA also owns and maintains a clubhouse, pool, and boat ramp. The main road, Hickory Pointe Lane, is a county maintained road. 

Norris Lake
Living in Hickory Pointe you can awaken to a beautiful sunrise over Norris Lake misted with fog or experiencing a glowing sunset with your family and friends from a boat deck or from your porch.  With over 34,000 acres of water. Norris Lake provides multiple recreational uses. From large ski boats to houseboats, from jet skis to canoes and kayaks, the water enthusiast can be assured of a “great day on the water.”

Norris Lake is also renowned for its fishing, boasting over 56 species of fish. Fishing for stripers, walleye, bass and crappie are a tradition for the dedicated sportsman and novice alike.