There are hundreds of clubs in Tellico Village to suit every interest, from service organizations (such as Kiwanis, Lions, Rotary, etc.) to hobbies (quilting, beading, art, photography, and much more) and games/sports (fishing, badminton, bridge, mah jongg, pickleball, and many more). The Tellico Village lifestyle is an active one and something new residents enjoy at one of the best retirement communities in Tennessee.
The Art Guild of Tellico Village is comprised of people who appreciate the visual arts and of those who create it; the majority of the membership is local area artists from beginners to professionals representing two-dimensional and three-dimensional art forms.
The Tellico Village Badminton Club is made up of people of all ages who enjoy playing badminton. Weekly activities are staged at the Tellico Village Chota Recreation Center.
The Computer Users Club provides a forum for the community’s computer users to help each other in their understanding and use of personal computers through monthly meetings, field trips and other educational events.
The Tellico Cruising Club’s primary purpose is to promote safe fellowship and seamanship on Tellico Lake. The club’s fleet consists of over 200 boats.
The Dog Owners Group (DOG) is for those that have and love dogs. The central activity of the organization is maintaining the club’s Rover Run Dog Park.
The Tellico Village Fishing Club provides a forum for knowledge sharing through meetings, tournaments and outings that promote fellowship, fishing techniques and awareness of local lakes.
The Tellico Village Garden Club’s aim is to encourage the love of gardening and improving the quality of the environment through educational programs, field trips, publications and the maintenance of the community’s neighborhood gardens.
GFWC Tellico Village Women’s Club is affiliated with the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC) which has headquarters in Washington D.C. GFWC is primarily a service organization, and members contribute significantly to their communities through their various volunteer efforts.
The Tellico Village Hikers involve people of all levels of hiking experience, acquainting them with the natural beauty of East Tennessee. The club organizes two hikes a month of varying difficulty and distance for interested Villagers.
The HomeOwners Association of Tellico Village is a social and advocacy organization and is the largest group in the community.
The Illinois Club is open to former residents of Illinois no matter how long or short a stay in the state. Primarily a social organization, the club affords opportunities for former residents to reconnect.
The Tellico Village Ladies Gold Association is dedicated to encouraging ladies golf play in the community. The social organization plays nine-holes of golf at one of the community’s golf courses.
Footloose in Tellico is the Village’s line dancing club which holds monthly dances at the Tellico Village Yacht Club.
The Tellico Village Men’s Golf Association organizes social golf events for high and low golf handicappers. The club features a weekly group play at one of the three Village courses.
The New Villagers Club of Tellico Village is a social organization whose purpose is to welcome, acclimate and entertain newcomers to Tellico Village. The club promotes friendship and facilitates participation in Village activities.
The Tellico Pickleball Club is an athletic and social organization, focusing on the playing of pickleball, while providing exercise, development of skills, and social interaction for the residents of Tellico Village.
The Village Quilters Club is dedicated to preserving and continuing the traditions, culture and history of quilting. The club sponsors, supports and encourages numerous quilting activities.
The Tellico Roadrunners RV Club enjoys the open road. An all volunteer organization, the club organizes a series of motoring activities throughout the year.
The Soggy Bottom Kayakers are an informal boating activity which encourages friendship and seeks adventure on the water. The group arranges paddling trips April through November on nearby lakes, rivers and streams.
The Solo Club is an active, friendly social club which welcomes legally single men and women who are looking for new friends and fun times.
Tellico Community Players celebrate the arts by offering quality theatrical entertainment to audiences in the East Tennessee region, while fostering appreciation of the dramatic arts in the youth of Loudon County and the surrounding area.
The Tellico Lake Tennis Association is an organization of dedicated tennis players who enjoy the game of tennis and who work to organize and maintain active tennis programs.
The Tellico Riders Motorcycle Club’s purpose is to organize and support group rides and activities related to motorcycling, support safe riding for its members, conduct membership meetings, and organize social gatherings and events.
Village Vettes is a group of Corvette enthusiasts based in Tellico Village with membership throughout East Tennessee. The club conducts a monthly meeting and plans numerous trips.
Vintage Vehicle members are motor vehicle enthusiasts: cars, trucks, antique, classic, and contemporary who promote preservation, restoration and the use of their vehicles. The club encourages good fellowship, a positive understanding of the vintage vehicle hobby and community involvement through charitable activities.
The Tellico Village Woodworkers Club promotes further knowledge and expertise of the woodworking craft through meeting programs, mentoring classes, and sharing experiences.
A list of some of the additional organizations in Tellico Village:
|Basketball||General Motors||Rubber Stamp Art|
|Bible Study||Herbs||Square Dancing|
|Birders||Just for Fun Photography|
|Bluegrass Jam||Kahite Women’s Organization||Support Groups|
|Carving Club||Knitters/Crochet||Table Tennis|
|Chrysler Retirees||Ladies 18-Hole Golf||Tellico Peddlers Cycling Club|
|Contract Bridge||Lady Linksters||Tellico Top Notes|
|Day Trippers||Mah Jongg||Wallyball|
|Digital Photography||New York Staters||Weight Watchers|