Lenoir City


Lenoir City, TN, located in the county of Loudon, is located approximately 27 miles south west of Knoxville, TN on Tennessee Hwy 321. On Lenoir City’s southern boundary is the Tennessee River, Watts Bar, and TVA’s Fort Loudoun reservations. Nationally known as the “Lake Capital of the South”, Lenoir City, surrounded by three beautiful lakes, is home to great school systems, a great park system, and new state of the art public library. Lenoir City has five major federal highways passing through it or near it: U.S. Route 11, U.S. Route 70, U.S. Route 321, Interstate 40, and Interstate 75.



Native Americans occupied Lenoir City and its surrounding area for thousands of years before the first European settlers arrived. Judge David Campbell, an East Tennessee pioneer, was the first to settle in Lenoir City where he built a log cabin along with a gristmill in the early 19th century. Also in the 19th century, General William Lenoir was deeded a 5,000 acre tract of land , which is now Lenoir City, as payment for his services during the American Revolutionary War.


lenoir city parks

Lenoir City Park (Located adjacent to Fort Loudon Dam and Marina)

  • 2 Tennis Courts
  • 7 Picnic Shelters
  • 2 Playground Areas
  • Beach Volleyball Court
  • Walking Trail
  • Boat Ramp and Dock
  • Fishing Pier
  • Restrooms

Rock Springs Park (Located on Rock Springs Road ½ mile from Highway 321)

  • Walking Trail
  • Playground Area
  • Restrooms
  • Picnic Shelter

Town Creek Greenway (Located on Broadway across from Pilot Station connecting Broadway (Hwy.11) to the Lenoir City Middle School)

  • 1.75 Mile Walk/Bike Trail
  • Lee Russell Recreation Complex (Located off Kingston Street 3/4 mile from Highway 11)
  • 2 Baseball Fields
  • Softball Field
  • Concessions
  • Restrooms
  • Picnic Shelter

Lenoir City Civitan Field (Located on Nelson Street)

  • Football Field
  • Baseball Field
  • Field House

Lenoir City Memorial Building (Located on B Street 1 block from Highway 11)

  • Indoor Gymnasium
  • Kitchen
  • Restrooms
  • Meeting Rooms

Hall Ferry Park (Located on Industrial Blvd. near Highway 11)

  • Picnic Shelter
  • Playground Area
  • Basketball Court

Wampler Keith Park (Located at the intersection of Kingston Street and Rock Springs Road)

  • Soccer Fields
  • Skate Court
  • Picnic Areas
  • Basketball Court
  • Walking Trail

Lenoir City Pool (Located at 120 Panther Drive)

  • 6 lane X 25 yard pool with a two-slide feature
  • Splash Pad
  • Concession/restroom facility
  • Air-inflated cover for wintertime use