Fort Loudoun Association

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The Fort Loudon Association is the friends group for Fort Loudon State Historic Area and as such is devoted to the restoration and operation of historic Fort Loudon. The Organization was created by the Tennessee State Legislature in 1933 and operated Fort Loudon independently until 1978 when Fort Loudon became part of Tennessee’s State Park system. The Fort Loudon Association meets bi-monthly, usually on Garrison weekends. Meetings start at 9:00 a.m. Saturday mornings.

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Fort Loudon Association: Creating Living History

It is one of two volunteer groups, which bring life to Fort Loudon. The other is the Independent Company of South Carolina whose members regularly recreate everyday life when Fort Loudon was in use on the American frontier.

Fund raising efforts by the Fort Loudon Association help support the Independent Company’s living history program and provides funds for reconstruction efforts in the fort. Recent efforts by the association have built an 18th Century bake oven and have rebuilt several bastion gun platforms. The association also assists the park staff by providing volunteers to work in the Visitor Center and to help with special work projects.

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