Fort Loudon State Park Visitors Center, museum, partially reconstructed fort, and stabilzed ruins open to the public.
Sequoyah Birthplace Museum, operated by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. It is TN's only tribal owned historical attraction. Located in the Great Smoky Mountains of East TN on the shores of beautiful Tellico Lake, 37 miles south of downtown Knoxville. Open year round.
Lost Sea - America's largest underground lake, located in beautiful Sweetwater, Tennessee. We are open every day of the year for tours (except Christmas Day). Be sure to bring your camera with flash, and be prepared for an unforgettable experience.
Loudon Tate and Lyle Performing Arts Center - New amphitheater attracts a variety of entertainment with seasonal concerts and events.
Fort Loudon Marina - located at mile 603 on beautiful Fort Loudon Lake. We have many recreational items for rent and to experience. Boat rentals, restaurant, and recreation complex.
TVA Dams and Lakes TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority)
Neyland Stadium - Home of the University of Tennessee Volunteers. The latest addition to the facility are the 78 East sideline skyboxes in 2000, bringing capacity to 104,079. Home to the famous Tennessee Vols Stadium.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park - World renowned for the diversity of its plant and animal life and the beauty of its ancient mountains.
Pigeon Forge - a fast-paced, action-packed town adjacent to Great Smoky Mountains National Park and is a perfect destination resort for the young and young-at-heart. www.pigeonforge.com
Gatlinburg - gateway to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, offers groups a one-stop destination to enjoy four-season fun.
Dollywood - Dollywood theme park is a one-of-a-kind Smoky Mountain Family Adventure. Spanning 125 acres and nestled in the lush foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, near Gatlinburg.
Turkey Creek - New Upscale Shopping Area home to hundreds of stores. www.turkeycreekknoxville.com
Knoxville Convention Center - The Knoxville Convention Center captures the essence of this beautiful region in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mntns. Enjoy breathtaking scenery, the center's staff will deliver great service/convenience in a technologically advanced facility.
Loudon Valley Winery Free wine tasting, locally grown grapes and fruits, family owned.
Tennessee Valley Winery
University of Tennessee www.utk.edu
Sweetwater Valley Farm and TN Cheddar 17988 West Lee Highway, north of Pond Creek Road in Philadelphia, TN 37846. Visitors can take a guided walking tour that takes them from the cows to cheddar. The tour ends with a viewing of the cheesemaking process.
Knoxville Zoo / Kids Cove
American Museum of Science and Energy Science and Technology - Exhibits with demonstrations.
Oak Ridge - Oak Ridge is a city located off Hwy 40 and 75 on the other side of Lenoir city. Oak Ridge city is known for its museums, Commemorative walk, Historic Jackson square/Greenwich village, International Friendship Bell, Excursion Train, and Art Center.
Chattanooga - short distance from Loudon.
Flea Market - Tennessee's largest indoor/outdoor Flea Market/ www.sweetwaterfleamarket.net
Thompson Boling Arena - Basketball; special events venue.
Womens Basketball Hall of Fame www.wbhof.com
West Town Mall
Tennessee National Golf Greg - Noman-designed golf course. www.tennesseenational.com
Riverview Golf Wooded and Riverside fairways and No tee-time required
Rarity Bay Golf www.raritybay.com
Cades Cove - Cades Cove is the most visited part of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Smokies Baseball Stadium 3540 Line Drive Kodak, TN 37764 Tel-865-286-2300
World's Fair Park
TVA-Tennessee Valley Authority.
Monterey Mushrooms We are the largest grower/shipper and marketer of fresh mushrooms in the United States. Established in 1971 as a single farm operation, Monterey has grown to an international, multi-facility company.
Loudon Industrial Park
Blair Bend Industrial Park
Fort Loudon Medical Center