Fort Loudoun Lake is surrounded by the counties of Blount, Knox and Loudon and is a reservoir in East Tennessee on the upper Tennessee River! The lake is approximately 14,600 acres in surface area and extends 50 miles along the river upstream from Fort Loudoun Dam. Water levels fluctuate between 807 ft - 813 ft above sea level with 379 miles of shoreline.
Loudoun Lake today is surrounded by residential and commercial development offering year round water and a mild four season climate. It is best known for boating, fishing, recreational watersports and the Vol Navy on game day at Neyland Stadium. The area includes Knoxville, Louisville, Lenoir City and Friendsville, TN. Lakefront communities have been built along the banks of the Tennessee River and offer a variety of lifestyle amenities. There are 12 marinas on Loudoun Lake that offer boat slips, dry storage, boat rentals, fuel, marine supplies and more. Boaters enjoy 6 restaurants accessible by water. 30 Public boat ramps are also available to support a variety of recreational activities. Fish that can be found in the area are crappie, bass, bluegill and catfish.