Fort Loudoun Lake

Tennessee

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Under $5.3M
$180.3MTotal Value
Fort Loudoun Lake, Tennessee

Fort Loudoun Lake real estate is considered the fourth largest market for lake homes and lake lots in Tennessee.

There are typically 200 lake homes for sale on Fort Loudoun Lake at any given time. The lake will usually have 180 or so lake lots and land for sale.

Fort Loudoun Lake homes for sale have an average list price of $858,000, with many great homes at higher and lower prices. This lake is a mid-sized Tennessee lake, and has a shoreline of 379 miles.

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  • 379Mi. of Shoreline
  • Shoreline Borders
    State Park (Some)
  • Dam Name
    Fort Loudoun
  • Year Built
    1940
  • Managed By Tennessee Valley Authority
  • Water Drops
    5 ft
  • Ownership
    Public
  • Acreage
    14,600
  • Public Boat Ramps
    6
  • Water Level
    Seasonal Full Pool
  • Schedule
    May-November
Campgrounds
(865) 986-3539
7502 Jackson Bend Rd
Lenoir City, TN 37772
(865) 257-6320
3804 Lowes Ferry Rd
Louisville, TN 37777
(865) 986-3993
4825 Yarberry Rd
Lenoir City, TN 37772
  • Counties: Blount County, Knox County
  • Fish: Black Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, White Bass, White Crappie
  • Condos available (Yes)
  • Notable events: Events at Fort Loudoun (reenactments, 18th century Christmas celebration)
  • Sailing clubs (Yes)
  • Interesting facts: Lake named after Fort Loudoun during French and Indian War. Fort was named for John Campbell, the fourth Earl of Loudoun, commander of British forces in North America at the time.
  • History: Involvement with French and Indian War
Hospitals
(865) 271-6000
550 Fort Loudoun Medical Center Dr
Lenoir City, TN 37772
Airports
Nashville International Airport
1 Terminal Drive, Nashville TN37214
169 miles away
McGhee Tyson Airport
2055 Alcoa Hwy, Alcoa, TN 37701
25 miles away
About Fort Loudoun Lake
From Lenoir City to Knoxville

Fort Loudoun Lake stretches across Loudoun, Knox, and Blount Counties from Lenoir City, Tennessee to Knoxville. Parks, restaurants, cabins, yacht clubs, and marinas can be found around the lake.

Knoxville is a lively scene of restaurants, bars, shops, museums, and attractions. At only 16 miles away, it houses a variety of hospitals and the McGhee Tyson Airport.

14,600 Acres of Water

The Fort Loudon Dam was completed in 1943 on the Little Tennessee River. The Fort Loudon Lock allows boats and barges to be transported over to Watts Bar Reservoir. Over half a million pounds of cargo pass over the lock each year.

The waters of Fort Loudoun stretch across 14,600 acres, have 379 miles of shoreline, and get as deep as 78 feet. Being such a long stretch, Fort Loudon is perfect for activities like power boating, pontooning, water skiing, tubing, sailing, and kayaking.

The lake is well-known for its black and white crappie, but it also holds an abundance of largemouth, smallmouth, and black bass.

Something for Everyone

Concord Park features several nature trails, a lake beach, pavilions, and a golf course. Several other nearby parks and recreation areas offer similar conveniences.

Jungle Float Knox is a mobile waterpark that tours the waters of Fort Loudoun. It features waterslides, diving platforms, and a rope swing.

Some of Knoxville’s top attractions include Zoo Knoxville, the Sunsphere Tower, Knoxville Museum of Art, Ijams Nature Center, and Knoxville’s Market Square.

Fort Loudon Lake hosts Boomsday, the largest firework show in the nation, put on by the city of Knoxville. The fireworks shoot from the Henley Bridge, so arrive before dark to make sure you get a nice spot on the water.

Life on the Lake

Fort Loudoun Lake is a wonderful place to live, as it is convenient to the city of Knoxville with the luxuries of lake life. Between its waterfront neighborhoods, cabins, and cottages, there is sure to be a place on the lake for you.