Newcomers must change their out of state vehicle registration at the time residency is declared. To register your vehicle you must bring proof of title, or if there is a lien holder, the registration, name and address of the Lien holder. For more information contact Loudon County Clerk’s office (865) 458-3314.
|BB&T||Lenoir City||(865) 988-2400|
|Regions||Lenoir City||(865) 986-6023|
|First National||Lenoir City||(865) 986-3546|
|Union Planters||Greenback||(865) 856-3018|
|United Community||Lenoir City||(865) 986-1300|
|GreenBank||Lenoir City||(865) 988-8810|
|FSG Bank||Lenoir City||(865) 988-3375|
|Suntrust Bank||Lenoir City||(865) 988-7200|
|American Trust of East TN||Lenoir City||(865) 986-7880|
Ft. Loudon Marina – 24-foot pontoon boats available by day or half day. For information call 865-986-5536.
Intermedia …… (865) 370-8020 ext. 155
(On PawPaw Plains road)
State Route 95
Located ½ miles north of I-40, exit 364
Rt3 Jackson Bend Road
Lenoir City, TN 37771
Off Hwy 321 south of Ft. Loudon Dam. (On Tellico Lake)
|Melton Hill Dam Campground
State Route 95
1 mile north of I-40, exit 364
|Yarberry Peninsula Campground
Rt. 3 Box 225
Lenoir City, TN 37771
On Fort Loudon Lake. Hwy 321 – 2 miles from dam
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Loudon County Chamber of Commerce
318 Angel Row P.O. Box
Loudon, TN 37774
Knoxville Area Chamber of Commerce
|Annual Average Temperature||57|
|Monthly Average High Temperature||January 40||July 40|
|Monthly Average Low Temperature||January 38||July 62|
|Annual Average Precipitation||56″|
|Elevation||793’ Above Sea Level|
COUNTY TAX STRUCTURE
|Rate Per $100 Value||$1.92|
|Ratio of Assessment|
Newcomers have 30 days after establishing permanent residency to change their out-of-state driver’s license to a valid Tennessee license. All applicants must have verification of their Social Security Number. If you have a valid license from another state, only a vision test is required. For more information contact (865) 594-6399.
|Lenoir City Fire Dept||(865) 986-2310|
|Greenback Fire Dept.||(865) 986-2276|
|Loudon County Sheriff||(865) 986-9081|
|Loudon County Fire Dept||(865) 458-2212|
Our lakes are popular places for fishing tournaments as well as a relaxing day of personal enjoyment. Check the tournament schedules with TVA at 865-632-3791 or area Bait Shops.
Licenses area available at most bait and sports shops, Wal-Mart and from County Clerk at the Courthouse in Loudon.
Golfers will want to play on one or all of Loudon County’s beautiful courses. The courses are open year round for your enjoyment.
Riverview Golf Course 865.986.6972
Located on the banks of the Tennessee River at the intersection of Interstate 75 and Sugar Limb Road 18-Hole Course opening at 8 a.m. Weekend and holiday tee times should be scheduled in advance.
Avalon Golf Course 865.986.4653
Located on OakChase Blvd in Lenoir City – 18-Hole Course and Pro shop are open from Dawn until dusk. Weekend and holiday tee times should be scheduled in advance.
Rarity Bay Golf Course 423.884.3030
Located on Rarity Bay Pky in Vonore – 18-Hole Course and Pro shop are open Tuesday thru Sunday. Weekend and holiday tee times should be scheduled in advance.
Loudon County Museum: Carmichael Inn
The Carmichael Inn is located behind the courthouse in the city of Loudon. It is an 1810 restored stagecoach inn, which now serves as a restaurant and clothing store. For more information call The Carmichael Inn 865-408-9712.
HISTORIC WALKING ATTRACTIONS
The Historic downtown Loudon has been renovated to form an important link with the past. You can enjoy walking through some of the city’s fine old buildings. For more information call 865-458-1442
|Maremont Exhaust Products||800 employees|
|Yale Security||410 employees|
|Kimberley Clark Corp||255 employees|
|Viskase Corp||220 employees|
|A E Staley Manufacturing Co.||200 employees|
|Christensen Yachts (under construction)||Up to 300 employees|
|Cities:||Greenback, Lenoir City, Loudon, and Philadelphia|
|Distance from Knoxville:|
|Lenoir City:||25 miles|
|Fort Loudon Lake|
|Ft. Loudon Marina||Largest City Park at Ft. Loudon Dam. Restaurant and recreation complex. 865-986-5536|
|Tellico Lake||Tellico Harbor Marina
Located at Marina Harbor Drive off Hwy 411 northeast of Vonore. 865-856-6806
|McGhee Tyson Airport|
|Nearest Commercial Service:||Knoxville – 25 miles|
|Airlines Serving:||American Eagle, Continental Express, Delta Airlines, Northwest, United Airlines, United Express, US Airways, Allegiant Air|
|The News Herald||Lenoir City, TN||(865) 986-6581|
|Village Connection||Loudon, TN||(865) 458-3565|
County Population ….. 38,234
PUBLIC BOAT LAUNCH AREAS
|Ft. Loudon Lake||Lenoir City Park, Yarberry Campground, Unitia|
|Melton Hill Lake||Melton Hill Dam- 2 ramps|
|Tellico Lake||Tellico Reservoir (at the Canal), Popular Springs, Clear Creek, Lotterdale Campground, International Harbor.|
Loudon / Lenoir City Post Office
Greenback Public Library ….. (865) 856-2841
Lenoir City Public Library ….. (865) 986-3210
Bell South ….. (865) 557-6000
Loudon Utilities ….. (865) 458-2091
LCUB ….. (865) 986-6591
TASS ….. (423)884-6400
Tennessee Valley Winery (I-75, Exit 76) 865-986-5147
Award winning wines from local grapes. Family owned. Open daily except major holidays.
MEDICAL AND HOSPITALS
Fort Sanders Loudon Medical Center …… (865) 271-6000
Spring ushers in the annual Dogwood Festival, wine festivals, wagon trains and horse shows. Summer months kick off the popular Lenoir City Arts & Crafts Festival, Rocking the Docks and the Civitan Poker Run followed by the July 4th Celebrations, Smoky Mountain Fiddlers Convention, Arts & Crafts Show, and Mulberry Antique Show held in historic downtown Loudon. Fall for the October Fest whose popularity draws visitors from the entire region. Winter brings in the holiday festively celebrated by the Christmas parade, festivals, and historic home tours
Its no wonder that Loudon County is the touted as the Gateway to the Smokies, with several lakes and rivers embracing and enhancing the county, including Ft. Loudon Lake, Tellico Lake, Melton Hill, and Watts Bar Lake. The community s a playground for water sports of all types, such as boating, fishing, and skiing. Other sports enthusiasts might enjoy the local archery range of one of the seven golf courses within the area.
Loudon County can be your headquarters for all kinds of land and water expeditions. Gatlinburg and The Great Smoky Mountains are just about an hour away to the east. The “Energy City” Oak Ridge and the Museum of Appalachian in Norris are less than an hour away to the North. Fort Loudon is 30 minutes to the South. You can even go by boat to the Gulf of Mexico.