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Fort Loudon Lake

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Located at the headwaters of the Tennessee River, a popular recreational area for fishing, paddling, and birdwatching; well known for its great bass and catfish – most commonly harvested fish are largemouth, smallmouth, and white bass and bluegill, crappie, and sauger.

Connects: I.C. King ParkLouisville Point Park, Sequoyah Hills Park, Volunteer Landing Park

Map

Waterway Information

Access Points & Contact

Boat Ramps

TVA Reservoir Website – 800-882-5263

Size

Shoreline Miles: 379 miles

Surface Acres: 14,600 acres

Length: 55 miles

Connections

Concord Park

I.C. King Park

Louisville Point Park

Sequoyah Hills Park

Volunteer Landing Park

Resources

TVA Fort Loudon Lake Website

TWRA Fishing Guide

TVA Lake Levels

TWRA Fishing Info

TWRA Boating & Fishing Access Map

Bicycling

Bicycling

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Birding

Birding

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Disc Golf

Disc Golf

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Fishing

Fishing

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Hiking

Hiking

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Paddling

Paddling

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Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing

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Running / Walking

Running / Walking

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Skateboarding

Skateboarding

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Wildflowers

Wildflowers

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