Lenoir City is a suburban city in Loudon County, Tennessee, United States.
IS ONE OF THE OLDEST OPERATING FAMILY OWNED WINERIES IN THE STATE OF TENNESSEE
The East Lakeshore Trail is located along the east shore of Tellico Lake and was recently designated a National Recreation Trail by the Dept. of the Interior. To quote Rosemary Marshall, Past President, Tennessee Trails Association, "One of the most beautiful and accessible hiking trails in our part of East Tennessee".
Fort Loudoun Dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Tennessee River in Loudon County, Tennessee, in the southeastern United States. The dam is operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority, which built the dam in the early 1940s as part of a unified plan to provide electricity and flood control in the Tennessee Valley and create a continuous 652-mile navigable river channel from Knoxville, Tennessee to Paducah, Kentucky. It is the uppermost of nine TVA dams on the Tennessee River.
The lake is approximately 16,000 acres in surface area and provides 357 miles of shoreline. Tellico Reservoir was to be created as the last major dam and reservoir project of the TVA.
The Lenoir Cotton Mill was a 19th-century cotton mill located in the U.S. city of Lenoir City, Tennessee. One of the earliest examples of industrial architecture in Tennessee, the mill operated variously from its construction around 1830 until the 1950s.
Exit 81 off I 75 - Go 321 North
Cross over Fort Loudon Dam and continue for 1.6 miles
to Jackson Bend Road (2nd sign), Turn right go 3 tenths
of a mile - Lazy Acres entrance on left.
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