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Tellico Lake

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Sitting on the bank of Tellico Lake is a reconstruction of the original Fort Loudoun, built by the British during the French and Indian War; gamefish include trout, bass, and catfish; put-in at Fort Loudoun State Park and paddle around the island, with a boat dock that connects to Sequoyah Birthplace Museum; kayak and SUP rentals available. Island Loop Water Trail Map

Connects: East Lakeshore Trails, Halls Bend SWA, Fort Loudon State Historic Park

Map

Waterway Information

Access Points & Contact

Boat Ramps

TVA Reservoir Website – 800-882-5263

Size

Shoreline Miles: 357 miles

Surface Acres: 15, 560 acres

Length: 33 miles

Connections

East Lakeshore Trails

Fort Loudon State Historic Park

Halls Bend SWA

Resources

TVA Tellico Dam Website

TVA Lake Levels

TWRA Fishing Info

TWRA Boating & Fishing Access Map

Bicycling

Bicycling

Birding

Disc Golf

Disc Golf

Fishing

Hiking

Paddling

Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing

Running / Walking

Running / Walking

Skateboarding

Skateboarding

Wildflowers

Wildflowers