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Benton County is located in northwest Tennessee, bordering the western branch of the Tennessee River and 30 miles south of the Kentucky border. Camden is the county seat. It is known well in the area for its duck hunting and fishing industries.
The county lies along the scenic shores of the nation's largest manmade reservoir. Created in the mid 1900s by the Tennessee Valley Authority through construction of Kentucky Dam on the Tennessee River, Kentucky Lake provides electrical power, transportation, and recreation. Thousands of visitors come to Benton County each year to enjoy the many water related, recreational activities including hunting, fishing, boating, skiing, swimming, sightseeing, viewing of wildlife, heritage, history, and so very much more.The northern point of the Benton County peninsula where the Big Sandy River and Tennessee River meet is considered to be one of the top birding locations in the country and to the southern portion of the county where the Duck River converges with the Tennessee, Ichthyologists (zoologists devoted to the study of fish) have discovered a greater variety of fish species than in any other empoundment in the nation including all of the Great Lakes combined. With shoreline controlled by TVA, The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and U.S. Fish and Wildlife, visitors enjoy the pristine, natural beauty of this enticing water enthusiast's paradise.