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12400 Highway 72 North
Loudon  TN  37774  USA
LAT: 35.733145 LONG: -84.38991
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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Loudon, TN

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Loudon Hotel's Location off I-75 Southeast of Knoxville

Explore the Lost Sea underground lake, play the Tennessee National Golf Course and hike Fort Loudon State Park during your stay at the Country Inn & Suites Loudon, TN. Foodies enjoy sampling the award-winning cheeses at Sweetwater Valley Farm and the various wines at Tennessee Valley Winery. This Loudon hotel's location off I-75 also provides guests a straight shot to Knoxville, just half an hour away and home to the University of Tennessee, Bijou Theatre and the Knoxville Zoo.

Add these attractions to your itinerary:
  • American Museum of Science & Energy (33 miles)
    This Oak Ridge museum features a variety of fascinating exhibits on science and technology, including robotics, energy sources and the construction of the city.
    Phone: +1 (865) 576-3200
  • Fort Loudon Marina (12.9 miles)
    Rent a pontoon or Party Dawg boat to enjoy a leisurely day with your family on Watts Bar, Fort Loudon or Tellico lakes. The marina also offers two dining options.
    Phone: +1 (865) 986-5536
  • Fort Loudon State Park (19.3 miles)
    Constructed in 1756, Fort Loudon was one of the earliest British fortifications built in the West. After touring the fort and museum, visitors can spend the day hiking, boating or fishing on Tellico Lake.
    Phone: +1 (423) 884-6217
  • The Grove Wine and Spirits (4.1 miles)
    This local shop sells high-quality wines and spirits at reasonable prices.
    Phone: +1 (865) 408-1311
  • Historic Lenoir City Walking Tour (10 miles)
    Enjoy a self-guided tour of historic Lenoir City, which features lovely 19th-century architecture.
    Phone: +1 (865) 986-9169
  • Lenoir City Museum and Cotton Mill Site (10 miles)
    Tour exhibits that take you as far back as the early 1800s and learn about Lenoir City's roots. The museum's building, a Victorian cottage, is an artifact itself and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
    Phone: +1 (865) 986-9169
  • Lost Sea (19.8 miles)
    Marvel at the world's second-largest underground lake, featuring a spectacular waterfall. The tour includes a glass-bottom boat excursion.
    Phone: +1 (423) 337-6616
  • Mayfield Dairy Factory (25.7 miles)
    Head to the founding location of one of the most popular brands of dairy products. After touring the Mayfield Dairy Factory, treat yourself to a scoop of ice cream at the old-fashioned Ice Cream Parlor.
    Phone: +1 (423) 649-2653
  • Sequoyah Birthplace Museum (19 miles)
    Located on the shores of beautiful Tellico Lake, this museum tells the story of a Cherokee warrior who developed a language for his people in the 1820s.
    Phone: +1 (423) 884-6246
  • Sweetwater Valley Farm (5.8 miles)
    Learn "The UdderStory" of how milk is made into cheese when you visit this farm, just eight minutes from the hotel.
    Phone: +1 (865) 458-9192
  • Tennessee National Golf Course (1.8 miles)
    Don’t miss the chance to show off your swing at this Greg Norman Signature Golf Course, which is nestled between the Great Smoky Mountains and historic Watts Bar Lake.
    Phone: +1 (888) 486-6285
  • Tennessee Valley Winery (5.4 miles)
    Take a tour of this family-owned wine manufacturer, participate in a tasting and see for yourself why this winery has won more than 800 awards.
    Phone: +1 (865) 986-5147