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Fort Loudon Marina

Outdoor Adventures, Boating
Aerial photo of Fort Loudon Marina including Fort Loudon Damn

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ADA Accessibility Notes

The parking lots and docks are ADA accessible. If you require any special assistance you contact them at (865) 986-5536.

Fort Loudon Marina is uniquely located at the intersection of three lakes (Fort Loudoun Lake, Telllico Lake, and Watts Bar Lake) at the Tennessee River, mile 603 in Lenoir City, TN. Boaters can travel 50 miles upstream on Fort Loudoun Lake to the head of the Tennessee River in Knoxville, TN, travel 35 miles upstream on the Tellico Lake to the base of the Great Smokey Mountains or lock through Fort Loudoun Dam and travel to any port in the world. The marina is also located in a t35-acre public park which offers lakeside picnic areas, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, and boat launch ramps. Other marina amenities include the 350-seat Calhoun's (Best Ribs in America) Restaurant, the Key Largo Grill, a courtesy car, transit slips to 100 feet, on-site boat maintenance facility, gas, diesel, showers/laundry, pump out facility, and home to Leisure Time Rentals offering rental pontoon boats for a great time on the water!

Best Access and Parking Areas

The marina is located in Lenoir City, TN, 16 miles south of Knoxville with easy access from I-40 and I-75.

From I-40, take exit #364 (TN Hwy 321), turn onto Hwy 321 N, travel six miles, turn right onto City Park Drive which will end at the marina.

From I-75, take exit # 81 (TN Hwy 321), turn onto Hwy 321 N, travel three miles, turn right onto City Park Drive which will end at the marina.

Google directions to 5200 City Park Drive, Lenoir City, TN 37772

Ample free parking at restaurants, ramps, and marina.

Eco-Friendly Notes

Fort Loudon Marina is a TVA certified "Green Marina." The marina fully endorses all responsible conservation policies and regulations.

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are welcome in all areas of the marina, they are actively involved in community pet rescue.

Rules and Regulations for Fishing Area

Lenoir City has abundant fishing opportunities for a wide range of species because three Tennessee reservoirs merge here. Tailrace fishing below Fort Loudoun Dam on the Watts Bar Lake offer some of the best striped bass fishing in the state. Fort Loudoun and Tellico Lakes offer excellent year-round small-mouth and large-mouth bass and crappie fishing. With such easy access to so much water, launching ramps, motels and restaurants, Lenoir City is an excellent place for an angling vacation.


Covered Slips
Uncovered Slips
Dry Storage
Mechanical Serv.
Trailer Storage
Jet Ski Ports
Gas (no ethonal)
Pump Out

Transient Amenities
Courtesy Car

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