Loudon County Chamber of Commerce 2020 - Page 8

Loudon County is a great place to ... Live, work and play L oudon County offers a little peace and quiet and a slower pace. Our county is a popular destination for day trips and weekend adventures, which is one way people discover our communities. They come for a visit and decide to call it home. Avalon is a 430-acre community with classic, traditional homes woven around the Landmark Golf Club, an 18-hole course with gently rolling terrain. Avalon also has a large pool and pool clubhouse in addition to tennis courts. www.Avalon- tn.com Rarity Bay is 960 acres along Tellico Lake. It features a championship golf course with 18 holes of unbelievable play. Other amenities include a pool, the impressive Equestrian Center and trails located throughout the community for walking and biking. www.RarityBay.com Tellico Village is a well-established, master-planned Cooper Community located on Tellico Lake and encompass- ing nearly 5,000 acres with over 8,000 residents. Village amenities include three championship golf courses, yacht and country club, recreational facilities that include both indoor and outdoor swimming pools and a marina. www. TellicoVillage.org Tennessee National is a private gated residential golf and waterfront commu- nity with over 1,000 acres located on spec- tacular Watts Bar Lake. The 18-hole, Greg Norman designed signature golf course is magnificent as it meanders through the natural landscape and along the banks of the lake. www.TennesseeNational.com WindRiver on Tellico Lake is a gated lakefront and golf course community fea- turing a private harbor and marina and prime lakefront, lakeview, and wooded homesites and custom homes. The golf course, designed by Jack Nicklaus protégé 8 Bob Cupp, is East Tennessee’s first Audu- bon Signature course and is open to the public for daily fee play and group events. www.WindRiverLiving.com Agritourism Deep Well Farm — Lenoir City. Corn maze, hayrides, pick-your-own pump- kin patch, farm animals, huge kids play areas, picnic areas and more! Venues for barn weddings, kids birthday parties, and other private events all year long. 865.816.2131. www.deepwellfarm.com Sweetwater Valley Farm — Philadel- phia. Combines the tradition of family farming and the art of fine cheese mak- ing. Tours, cafe, and farm store on site. 865-458-9192 or 1-877-862-4332. www. sweetwatervalley.com Tennessee Valley Winery — Loudon. Oldest operating, family-owned winery in Tennessee. Open daily except major holidays with free tastings. Variety of spe- cial events. 865-986-5147. www.tennessee valleywinery.com Annual Events Rockin’ the Docks — Held annually on Memorial Day Weekend and Fourth of July weekend, on the shores of Fort Lou- doun Lake at Lenoir City Park. Features multiple bands, food vendors, children’s play area and dramatic fireworks display. Attendees can come by car or boat. This free event begins with music at 4 p.m. and the fireworks show at dark. www.rockin thedocks.com Annual Lenoir City Arts and Crafts Festival — Held the first weekend of June, this two-day event is one of the largest arts and crafts festivals in the Southeast, bringing more than 200 vendors and 8,000 attendees. The festival takes place along the shores of Fort Loudoun Lake in Lenoir City Park. www.lenoircityartsand craftsfestival.com RiverFest — Held the last Saturday in Loudon County Chamber of Commerce Living Guide 2020 n www.loudoncountychamber.com