Tellico Village News

Watershed Association of the Tellico Reservoir

WATeR is an organization that takes it upon themselves to protect the natural beauty of Tellico Village and beyond, WATeR stands for the Watershed Association of the Tellico Reservoir. To see the full story click here.  

Free Boat Rides for Veterans

The VFW Post 12135 in Tellico Village puts on a day of fun for veterans and their families to get out on Tellico Lake for free. Many types of boats and other water activities are provided and many are encouraged…Continued

Tellico Village Quilters Celebrates 26 Years

Village Quilters of Loudon County are celebrating 26 years of hand-sewn, beloved crafts for all. Their memberships include group workshops, special events, and even their highly anticipated Quilt Show. To see the full story click here.

Tellico Village Golf Courses

Tellico Village has 3 world-class golf courses. See full story here.

Tennessee Boating Communities for Retirees

Due in large part to its favorable taxes, mild year-round climate, low cost of real estate, and overall beauty and charm, Tennessee has become a popular state for retirees. Active adult retirees especially love the Volunteer State for its variety…Continued

Tellico Village Hosts Two State Golf Tournaments

The Tennessee Golf Association has chosen Tellico Village to host two of its championship events in 2022. The Village will host the 2022 Tennessee Senior and Super Senior Four-Ball Championships at Toqua Golf Club the week of May 9 –…Continued

The Waterfront TN Village Popular with Retirees

The popularity of Tellico Village continues to rise. See full story here.

Trail Building at Tellico Village

Community members engaged in trail building at Tellico Village and demonstrated just how big an endeavor can be to accomplish such a feat with perseverance and a united spirit- and that age has no bounds. See full story here.

Retirees Are Flocking to Tennessee

Active adult retirement communities in Tennessee are seeing a huge influx of growth. See full story here.

Tellico Village Woman Remembers Olympic Experience

Joanne Faberzak needed a break from her routine, so she took a two-week leave from her job and worked in the motor pool at the winter olympics in New York. See the full story here.