Fort Loudon Lake
Nestled in the foothills of East Tennessee and adjacent to Knoxville neighborhoods, its 360 miles of shoreline offers a playground for recreation, year round fishing, summer water sports and lakeside parks.
Lady Vol Rowing is about to dawn. The boathouse on the Knoxville waterfront is expected to set the construction promotion. The three-story building will become the permanent home of the University Tennessee Lady Vol rowing team.
The seven mile stretch of the Tennessee River between the forks of the river, offers Volunteer Landing, including bicycle trails, landscaping, commercial retail, two restaurants, residential developments, lighting of the Henley and Gay Street Bridges, historical markers, presentations and Bicentennial Park.
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Ft. Loudon Dam is the uppermost dam on the Tennessee River. It is located just southwest of Knoxville in Lenoir City. The construction of Fort Loudon Dam begin in July of 1940 and ended seven months ahead of schedule in August of 1943. The dam received its name from a British fort that was built near the present site of the dam during the French and Indian War. Nearby Ft. Loudon Marina is the largest marina in Tennessee and offers boat rentals.
A short distance from Ft. Loudon Dam, Tellico Dam shares a powerhouse with Ft. Loudon. The dam diverts the flow from the nearby Little Tennessee River through a canal to the Fort Loudon reservoir.
Boat Docks, Watercraft Rentals and Campgrounds on Ft. Loudon Lake
Cloyd Creek Harbour
Concord Yacht Club
Fox Road Marina
International Harbor Marina
Choto Marina, Inc
Ft. Loudon Dam Marina
PJ's Landing Marina
Volunteer Landing Marina
Calhouns Restaurant, Docking
Duncan Boat Dock
Willow Point Marina
The Captains Retreat Bed & Breakfast
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