Uzungol settlement and Lake Uzungol are located in the south of caykara, Trabzon, Eastern Black Sea region, and are an important tourist destination in Turkey, with natural beauty and rich flora. However, the settlement and the lake were formed by a historical landslide that covered the front of the Haldizen stream. Residential buildings, tourist facilities, transportation routes, and agricultural activities are located on ground that consists of the material that accumulated from the landslide. In this study, a geophysical investigation using integrated shallow seismic methods was carried out in Uzungol settlement to provide detailed scientific imaging data on the structure of the subsurface, the physical properties of the soil and rock, the bedrock topography, and the vertical and lateral variation in the landslide deposits. For this purpose, seismic refraction and active and passive multichannel surface wave data were collected from 16 profiles in four separate zones designated according to the agricultural activity and geomorphology of the area. In addition, an electrical resistivity tomography survey of a profile was carried out to determine the reason for low-velocity anomalies such as cavities or man-made voids appearing in P-wave velocity-depth sections and underground water content. After applying basic processes including trace killing/editing, random noise filtering of the data, and amplitude balancing to all seismic data, 2D P-wave velocity-depth sections obtained by tomographic inversion, 1D S-wave velocity-depth profiles, and 2D S-wave velocity-depth sections were generated via analysis of MASW and ReMi data. P- and S-wave velocity-depth sections generally demonstrate three main lithological units in the area: the soil (V-p = 300-600 m/s, V-s = 195-350 m/s and H = 0-2.5 m), the landslide material (V-p = 600-2400 m/s, V-s = 350-680 m/s and H = 2.5-15 m), and the bedrock (V-p > 2400 m/s, V-s > 680 m/s and H >= 15 m). In particular, the landslide material exhibits variable thickness from profile to profile and represents the complexity of the subsurface. However, we observed that the deposit thickness increases close to the lake. It was determined that the high seismic velocities of the landslide deposits are attributable to the densely packed deposits and the primarily dry or very poor underground water, according to electrical resistivity tomography results. Moreover, the top of the bedrock is characterized by soft rock, and the deeper part of the bedrock is harder and more compact. We believe that this information will be a useful contribution to geotechnical project development and risk mitigation in the Uzungol area.