Quality of Life
Lakeway to the Smokies
Loudon County is surrounded by natural beauty with five major waterways including the Tennessee River, Fort Loudoun Lake, Melton Hill Lake, Tellico Lake, and Watts Bar Lake. The abundance of waterways is why Loudon County is known as the Lakeway to the Smokies.
Often referred to as The Great Lakes of the South, the area boasts world-renown lakes and mountain views.
Loudon County is a short drive to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the nation’s most visited national park with over nine million visitors a year. The Smokies have the most biological diversity of any area in the world’s temperate zone. The park is a sanctuary for a magnificent array of animal and plant life. Stunning panoramic views of the mountains can be seen throughout Loudon County.
Located next to Knoxville, and being a part of the Knoxville MSA region, Loudon County residents are given the opportunity to take full advantage of the amenities, events, and culture that Knoxville has to offer.
Affordable Cost of Living
Loudon County’s cost of living is below the National Average and it has one of the lowest property tax rates in the State of Tennessee.
Housing is available for all lifestyle and affordability preferences.
With an abundance of Neighborhoods, lakefront properties, golf communities, condominiums, townhomes, apartments, downtown homes, and more – Loudon County meets the needs of all lifestyles.
Four distinct seasons with a temperate year-round climate
- Average Annual High temperature is 70.4 degrees F
- Average Annual Low temperature is 47.9 degrees F
- Average Temperature is 59.15 degrees F