The Town of Louisville has three parks located on the shores of Fort Loudoun Lake.

Louisville Point Park

A 16-acre park located at the end of Cox Road off of Louisville Road in Louisville. This park is located along the Tennessee River and includes restrooms, pavilion with 12 picnic tables and charcoal grill, picnic areas, charcoal grills (7), boat ramp, swimming area, playground, sand volleyball court and horseshoe pits. Parks & Rec rents the Louisville Point Park Pavilion and several other area park pavilions for family and group functions. To check fees or availability or to request a reservation, just click on the yellow and red link on the Blount County Parks & Rec Homepage or visit the office at 316 S. Everett High Road in Maryville (865) 983-9244.

Poland Creek Campground & Recreational Area


Poland Creek Campground and recreational facility is located on Lowes Ferry Road in Louisville. It is bordered by scenic Fort Loudoun Lake. The facility is leased to the town from TVA. The facility contains a 34-site campground, restrooms, boat launch and parking. Twenty-four sites have electricity, and there are both lake-front and lake-view campsites. Tent site numbers (13-15, 32-34) rent for $20/day, lakefront electric site numbers (18-22) rent for $40/day ($550 monthly), (23-31) rent for $35/day ($525 monthly) and lakeview electric site numbers (1-12) rent for $30/day ($450 monthly). The normal camping season is April through October. The campground is currently full. Tent sites are available on a first come first serve basis.

Henry Beal Park (George Creek)

Beal Park's loop trail runs alongside a Fort Loudoun Lake cove off the west end of Topside Road at George Creek. There are several sheltered picnic areas. Park gates close at dusk.