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Here are the 16 lakes we have listed within USA > South > Tennessee > East - compared by Newest (Youngest) Reservoirs.

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Lake Name Completion year Lake Description
Tellico Reservoir
(Tennessee, USA)
1979 Tellico Reservoir Pictures Also known as: Tellico Lake
About 30 minutes south of Knoxville, nestled in the mountains of eastern Tennessee, Tellico Lake is the lake that almost wasn't. Extending 33 miles along the Little Tennessee River, the lake has become an asset for commerce and recreation. Construction on Tellico Dam began in 1967, but Tellico Lake ...
Nickajack Lake
(Tennessee, USA)
1967 Nickajack Lake Pictures Nickajack Lake Message Forums Also known as: Nickajack Reservoir
Set against the spectacular scenery and steep walls of the Tennessee River Gorge, Nickajack Lake is the perfect place to relax on the water, fish, or explore the nature and wildlife of the Cumberland Mountains. Nickajack Lake is an impoundment of the Tennessee River and one of nine reservoirs on ...
Melton Hill Reservoir
(Tennessee, USA)
1963 Melton Hill Reservoir Pictures Also known as: Melton Hill Lake
Melton Hill Reservoir, also known as Melton Hill Lake, is an impoundment of the Clinch River. Located near Oak Ridge, TN, the reservoir extends 57 miles upstream from Melton Hill Dam to Norris Dam. With over 5,000 acres of water, there is plenty of room to explore, and anglers will find abundant fish ...
Finger Lakes of the South
(North Carolina, USA / Tennessee, USA)
1957 Finger Lakes of the South Pictures Finger Lakes of the South Message Forums Also known as: Chilhowie Lake, Calderwood Lake, Cheoah Lake. Chilhowie Reservoir, Calderwood Reservoir, Cheoah Reservoir
Three reservoirs on the Little Tennessee River in northwestern North Carolina and Southeastern Tennessee offer some of the most spectacular wilderness scenery in the eastern United States. The Finger Lakes of the South - Cheoah Lake, Calderwood Lake and Chilhowie Lake - provide hydroelectric power to ...
Boone Lake
(Tennessee, USA)
1953 Boone Lake Pictures Also known as: Boone Reservoir
Boone Lake is one of a series of reservoirs lying among the hills in northeast Tennessee. Completed on March 16, 1953, Boone Lake was constructed, and is maintained, by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) for flood control, water supply, recreation and production of hydropower. Spread across Sullivan ...
Fort Patrick Henry Reservoir
(Tennessee, USA)
1953 Fort Patrick Henry Reservoir Pictures Fort Patrick Henry Reservoir is an impoundment of the South Fork Holston River near Kingsport, TN. Extending ten miles upstream from Fort Patrick Henry Dam to Boone Dam, the reservoir has become a popular fishing destination. Owned and operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority, construction on ...
South Holston Lake
(Tennessee, USA / Virginia, USA)
1950 South Holston Lake Pictures South Holston Lake Message Forums Also known as: South Holston Reservoir
An impoundment of the South Fork Holston River, South Holston Lake is an exceptional place to fish and boat. Straddling the Virginia and Tennessee state line, it's a great place to visit and "A Good Place to Live." Created by the South Holston Dam, South Holston Lake is a project of the Tennessee ...
Watauga Lake
(Tennessee, USA)
1948 Watauga Lake Pictures Watauga Lake Message Forums Also known as: Lake Watauga
Watauga Lake exudes independence, solitude, and nature's bounty. If these traditional American values appeal to you, then you need to visit pristine Watauga Lake. Hidden among the Appalachian Mountains of northeastern Tennessee, the reservoir - covering 6,430 acres - is little-known and lightly visited. ...
Douglas Lake
(Tennessee, USA)
1943 Also known as: Douglas Reservoir
Douglas Lake, also known as Douglas Reservoir, stretches out over more than 28,000 acres and 500 shoreline miles in eastern Tennessee. Douglas Lake is conveniently located near the intersections of Interstates 81 and 40, approximately 25 miles east of Knoxville. Nestled in the foothills of the Great ...
Fort Loudoun Lake
(Tennessee, USA)
1943 Fort Loudoun Lake Pictures Also known as: Fort Loudoun Reservoir
Named for a nearby 18th century British fort, Fort Loudoun Lake draws millions of visitors every year for fishing, boating, and wildlife viewing. Located at the headwaters of the Tennessee River, Fort Loudoun Lake extends 55 miles from Lenoir City to Knoxville. It is the first in a chain of nine reservoirs ...
Watts Bar Lake
(Tennessee, USA)
1942 Watts Bar Lake Pictures Also known as: Watts Bar Reservoir
Midway between Knoxville and Chattanooga, Watts Bar Lake has been called "King of the Southern Great Lakes." Watts Bar Lake is an impoundment of the Tennessee River created by Watts Bar Dam. Construction on the dam started in 1939 and was finished in 1942 three weeks after the Japanese bombed Pearl ...
Cherokee Lake
(Tennessee, USA)
1941 Cherokee Lake Pictures Also known as: Cherokee Reservoir
Cherokee Lake: Artists stop at Clinch Mountain Overlook to paint it, and photographers to photograph it, and every year millions of people come from all over to enjoy its beautiful waters. Cherokee Lake is a fantastic place to boat, fish, and enjoy. With Pigeon Forge, Tennessee nearby, there is sure ...
Chickamauga Lake
(Tennessee, USA)
1940 Chickamauga Lake Pictures Also known as: Chickamauga Reservoir
Chickamauga Lake is a fabulous recreational reservoir. It is located in southeast Tennessee, 20 miles from Chattanooga, and includes 810 miles of shoreline to enjoy. The name Chickamauga derives from a warlike tribe that separated from the main Cherokee Indian tribe and built its chief village along ...
Lake Guntersville
(Alabama, USA / Tennessee, USA)
1939 Lake Guntersville Pictures Also known as: Guntersville Lake, Guntersville Reservoir
Alabama's Mountain Region contains the state's largest lake: Lake Guntersville. Cradled in the Appalachian foothills of northern Alabama, it's located between Bridgeport and Guntersville, stretching 75 miles into Tennessee (near Chattanooga). 949 miles of shoreline surround its 69,000 acres. Lake Guntersville ...
Norris Lake
(Tennessee, USA)
1936 Norris Lake Pictures Also known as: Norris Reservoir
Just 25 miles north of Knoxville, Tennessee, Norris Lake is the first reservoir created by the Tennessee Valley Authority. Named for Senator George Norris, author of the legislation that created the TVA, Norris Lake is 129 miles long and surrounded by plenty of secluded coves to explore. Extending ...
Parksville Lake
(Tennessee, USA)
1911 Parksville Lake Pictures Parksville Lake Message Forums Also known as: Lake Ocoee, Ocoee Lake
Parksville Lake, also known as Ocoee Reservoir, is one of three reservoirs in Polk County near Cleveland,TN. Together the reservoirs run through some of the most beautiful country in Tennessee and provide visitors with plenty of opportunities for outdoor adventures. Parksville Lake is the largest ...

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