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Knoxville, TN

Welcome to Freedom Boat Club of Knoxville:
Ample, easy and engaging.

Boating and other water activities abound in the ample lakes of the Tennessee Valley Authority.  Located on the uppermost Fort Louden Lake, our club offers countless ways to enjoy this engaging atmosphere.

Spot seasonal birds at the wildlife viewing area.  Like black-crowned night herons and osprey in summer and fall, and gulls in winter.

Cove-filled Tellico Lake and Lenoir City Park are both located close to the marina.  Fishing piers, playgrounds, beach volleyball, tennis, and walking trails are featured at the park, in addition to “Rockin’ the Docks,” with live music, food, and fireworks.

Prater’s Flatts is also a favorite spot for members, boasting protected waters perfect for anchoring and relaxing.

(2)  Hurricane 187
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(2) Hurricane 187

  • 2013 Hurricane Sport 187 SS187
  • Deck Boat
  • 18'
  • 10 people
  • Length: 18' / 5.5m
  • Draft: 0"
  • Cabin: No
  • Fuel: Gas - 50 gallons
  • Passenger Capacity: 10
  • Engine: 150 hp Yamaha Four Stroke
  • Boat Options:
    ✓ AM/FM Stereo
    ✓ Bimini Top
    ✓ CD Player
    ✓ Depth Finder
    ✓ Ladder - Bow
    ✓ Ladder - Stern
    ✓ Livewell
    ✓ Power Outlet Plug
    ✓ Ski Ring
(2) Hurricane 202
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(2) Hurricane 202

  • 2013 2013 Hurricane Sport Deck SS202
  • Deck Boat
  • 20'
  • 10 people
  • Length: 20' / 6.1m
  • Draft: 0"
  • Cabin: No
  • Fuel: Gas - 50 gallons
  • Passenger Capacity: 10
  • Engine: 150 hp Yamaha Four Stroke
  • Boat Options:
    ✓ AM/FM Stereo
    ✓ Bimini Top
    ✓ CD Player
    ✓ Cooler
    ✓ Depth Finder
    ✓ Ladder - Bow
    ✓ Ladder - Stern
    ✓ Livewell
    ✓ Power Outlet Plug
    ✓ Sink
    ✓ Ski Ring
Red SunCatcher
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Red SunCatcher

  • 2011 Harris Flotebote 240 SunCatcher
  • Pontoon
  • 24'
  • 14 people

A spacious and smooth ride with enough horsepower to pull the kids on a tube.

  • Length: 24' / 7.3m
  • Draft: 0"
  • Cabin: No
  • Fuel: Gas - 0 gallons
  • Passenger Capacity: 14
  • Engine: 90 hp Yamaha Four Stroke
  • Boat Options:
    ✓ AM/FM Stereo
    ✓ Bimini Top
    ✓ CD Player
    ✓ Ladder - Stern
    ✓ Power Outlet Plug
Blue SunCatcher
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Blue SunCatcher

  • Harris Flotebote 228 SunCatcher
  • Pontoon
  • 23'
  • 10 people

A casual, comfortable pontoon that is perfect for a family cruise.  It is equipt with a table and the perfect vessel to take a lunch or dinner cruise on the Tennessee River. 

  • Length: 23' / 7m
  • Draft: 0"
  • Cabin: No
  • Fuel: Gas - 25 gallons
  • Passenger Capacity: 10
  • Engine: 90 hp Yamaha Four Stroke
  • Boat Options:
    ✓ AM/FM Stereo
    ✓ Bimini Top
    ✓ CD Player
    ✓ Ladder - Stern
    ✓ Power Outlet Plug
Green Harris
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Green Harris

  • Harris Flotebote 208 G3 SunCatcher
  • Pontoon
  • 20'
  • 12 people

If a comfortable cruise with the family is what you have in mind this is the boat for you. Roomy and stable in the water, this boat is great for picnics and cruising with the family.

 

  • Length: 20' / 6.1m
  • Draft: 21"
  • Cabin: No
  • Fuel: Gas - 25 gallons
  • Passenger Capacity: 12
  • Engine: 70 hp Yamaha Four Stroke
  • Boat Options:
    ✓ AM/FM Stereo
    ✓ Bimini Top
    ✓ CD Player
    ✓ Cooler
    ✓ Ladder - Bow
    ✓ Ladder - Stern
    ✓ Swim Platform

Shopping

Downtown Knoxville


Entertainment

Neyland Stadium


Ft. Loudoun Museum and State Park

This 1,200-acre site is the location of one of the earliest British fortifications on the western frontier, built in 1756. Nearby were the principal towns of the Cherokee Nation including Tenase, namesake of our state, and Tuskegee, birthplace of the genius Sequoyah, commemorated by the Cherokee Nation's Museum. Today the fort and the 1794 Tellico Blockhouse overlook TVA's Tellico Reservoir and the Appalachian Mountains.

 


Fishing

Prater Flats

  • Knoxville, TN

Landmark

Fort Loudon Dam

Fort Loudon was the last dam built on the Tennessee River. Construction began in July 1940 and was completed in June 1944. The dam was constructed in three phases. Phase One was the lock and earthen dam on the south side of the river. The lock was constructed on Belle Island. Phase Two was the construction of the spillway. Phase Three was the construction of the Powerhouse. During the construction of the lock and earthen dam, all of the water was channeled through the main river channel. During the construction of the spillways, the water was channeled through the lock and remaining river channel. During the construction of the powerhouse, the water was diverted through the spillways and the lock.

 


Restaurant

Willy's at Choto


Shopping

Turkey Creek Shopping Center

An enormous selection of stores as well as the Pinnacle 18 Movie Theater

 


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Boat Store

Boat Store

Vol Navy

Vol Navy

Vol Navy 2

Vol Navy 2

Celebration

Celebration

Deck Boats

Deck Boats

Cruising on the Tennessee River

Cruising on the Tennessee River

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Contact

Mariah Lawrence
(865) 271-8714


12214 Choto Marina Way
Knoxville, TN 37922

Marina

Choto Marina

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