Fort Loudoun Reservoir Land Management Plan

Fort Loudoun Reservoir is an impoundment of the Tennessee River formed by Fort Loudoun Dam, which is located at Tennessee River mile 602.3. Fort Loudoun Reservoir is situated in Blount, Knox, and Loudon counties in east Tennessee.

The scope of the Fort Loudoun Reservoir Land Management Plan (RLMP) is the 1,513.3 acres of TVA-managed land lying above full-pool elevation. The Fort Loudoun RLMP contains a regional overview, information about the environment around the reservoir and descriptions of each parcel of land. The reservoir property is divided into parcels, and each parcel is assigned a single land use allocation zone.

Fort Loudoun Reservoir Land Management Plan

Final Environmental Review Statement

Maps

Individual parcel allocations can be examined on the maps below:

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Reservoir Land Management Plan Viewer

Land Allocation Acreage

TVA land around Fort Loudoun Reservoir has been allocated for certain land uses as indicated in the table below.

Allocation Designation*  Acreage
Zone 2 Project Operations 454.2
Zone 3 Sensitive Resource Management 59.6
Zone 4 Natural Resource Conservation 317.4
Zone 5 Industrial 33.5
Zone 6 Developed Recreation 590.8
Zone 7 Shoreline Access 57.8
Total 1,513.3

*Zone 1 is Non-TVA Shoreland with TVA land rights and does not change as a result of the lands planning process.