Roane Regional Industrial Park, Roane County, Tennessee
Pawnook Farm Road
Lenoir City, Tennessee
ETRC has permission from the Roane Alliance to
use some 400 acres of mixed grass and woodlands for training.
Karen Edwards and Jim Pearce, who own adjoining land, have also
given permission for the use of their 1.1 acre deepwater pond
for water work. This pond is a large oval with a flat deepwater
entry at the dam, a shallow water entry at the opposite end, and
steep entries on both sides.
The Roane Regional Land is available for
organized training on any Saturday with advance notice. No live
ammunition may be used, and only bumpers or farm raised ducks
with proper identification may be used. Specific days for
organized training will be announced on the Events Calendar, via
e-mail or newsletter. Contact the ETRC Secretary to request
training dates or to volunteer to lead trianing:
Karen Edwards -
From Knoxville: Take I-40 West towards
Nashville, stay right on I-40 at the I-75/I-40 split. Go 4.1
miles. Take exit 364 for TN-95 toward U.S. 321 West/Lenoir
City/Oak Ridge and turn right onto TN-95 at the end of the exit
ramp. Go 4/10 mile and take the first left onto Buttermilk Road
West. Go one mile. Take the 2nd right onto Sam Rayburn Parkway.
Go 5/10 mile. Take the second left onto Pawnook Farm Road. Pass
by a small tan block building with racing stripes on the right
From Points East: Take I-40 East toward
Knoxville. Take the exit "Industrial Park Road" Turn left onto
Industrial Park Road and cross over the Interstate. Go 3/10
mile. Take the first right onto Buttermilk Road West into the
Roane Regional business park. H. T. Hackney plant will be on
your left. Go 1.2 miles. Turn left on Sam Rayburn Parkway. Go
5/10 mile. Take the 2nd left onto Pawnook Farm Road. Pass by a
small tan block building with racing stripes (Pegasus
Technologies) and take the next right onto a dirt/gravel road
through the woods onto the property.
This agreement can be revoked with a 30 day
Users will keep property in good condition,
not cut trees or bushes, and will keep the property free of
Users will not erect any buildings or
structures (this does not apply to stick-in-the-ground
blinds or canopies that will be used during the time we are
using the property)
Users will not conduct activities in a noisy
or disturbing manner which would constitute a nuisance. Use
of live ammo is prohibited; poppers and bumper boys may be
The only ducks that may be used on the
property are farm-raised ducks with the proper
identification. Do not bring frozen hunted ducks from home!
Arrangements for organized training must be
made by Wednesday of the week the property will be used.
This will give the property liaison (Karen Edwards,
email@example.com) time to contact the property owners to
make sure that no other activities such as haying or sales
visits are being made during the time ETRC wishes to use the
KINZALOW FARM – SPRING CITY, TENNESSEE
Hwy 27, Hale Bopp Lane
Mile Marker 25
Spring City, Tennessee
ETRC has permission from Mr. Richard
Kinzalow to use his 450-acre farm for training. The farm has
large fields and two large ponds.
The Kinzalow Farm in
is available on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays and 2nd and 4th
Saturdays of each month. Specific days for organized
training will be announced on the Events Calendar, via
e-mail or newsletter. Other days are available on an ad-hoc
basis but a member of the Board must be present to open the
gate and remain on the property while training is underway.
Contact Brent McCoy at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to schedule a
combination lock on the front gate has a new combination
effective January 1, 2012.
Only the ETRC board and officers will have the correct
combination. Training is restricted to the front pond and
the two fields on the right and left of the pond until May.
From Exit 347 Interstate
40 in Rockwood, TN take Hwy 27 South 20 miles. The farm is
located 1-1/2 mile North of Spring City, TN on four-lane Hwy
27. Turn onto Hale Bopp Lane to drive directly into the
property at mile marker 25. A convenience store, 27 Market,
is directly across the highway from Hale Bopp Lane.
ETRC/KINZALOW FARM/HALE BOPP HUNT CLUB
AGREEMENT - SUMMARY
The ETRC Board has a written, annual
agreement with OWNER Richard Kinzalow, Dayton, TN/LESSOR
Hale Bopp Hunt Club (HBHC) to allow East Tennessee Retriever
Club (ETRC) to use the Kinzalow property in Spring City, TN
(a) Retriever training exercises and
competition on the eastern area of the Property
year-round. Marked Map
AKC sanctioned retriever competition by request from
ETRC to Hale Bopp Hunt Club for a three-day event.
(c) The eastern half of the Property marked on Map C is
made available the day after Spring turkey season ends
until 11:59 PM August 15. Turkey season ends May 11.
Marked Map C
(d) The field west of the back lake is planted for
wildlife and should not be disturbed. Vehicles, by the
request of the Owner and HBHC, shall be confined to
designated trails throughout the Property.
(e) ETRC will ensure that all of its members, employees,
guests, and agents will carry permission documentation
to be on the Property at all times when present thereon
and present documentation when requested. Officers and
board members will implement and manage the above listed
(f) Agreement is valid
8/15/11 through 8/15/2012.
FARM TRAINING RULES
The ETRC board has an agreement with Mr.
Kinzalow to use the farm the first and third Wednesday and
the second and fourth Saturday of each month for training.
The ETRC board also set the following rules as requested by
ALL GATES MUST BE KEPT CLOSED TO KEEP
CATTLE INSIDE THE FIELDS. Mr. Kinzalow emphasized this
is the most important rule. If this rule is broken, we
WILL lose the farm.
NO DRIVING IN FIELDS. Park around
the edge of the fields. There are gravel driveways
around both ponds. Park along either side of the
driveways. ATV’s with trailers may be use to haul
equipment but stay close to edges of fields.
DO NOT TRAIN IN THE HAY FIELDS.
TRAINING AT THE KINZALOW FARM
New members are invited to attend training sessions to
participate or watch. An organized training group will be
set up at least twice a month (weather permitting) to learn
and practice the basics of the AKC Hunt Tests. Advanced
training groups may train on their own in separate fields.
E-mail notices to all members will announce dates of
organized training groups. Bring your retriever, a chair,
water, training gear and join the fun.