Fort Loudoun State Historic Park

Donate to Fort Loudoun

Our parks are free for everyone to visit and enjoy. If you love Fort Loudoun State Park, you can donate today to help us continue investing in quality programs and services. Your donations will help make your favorite park even better! We'll use the donations for things like:

  • Building and maintaining new trails
  • Providing children's programs to connect youth to the outdoors
  • Projects that improve visitor experience, not funded by the state's General Fund

Please note: Donations to state governments may qualify for itemized tax deductions. Please consult a qualified tax representative to learn more.

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The Fort Loudoun Association

The Fort Loudoun Association

Chartered in 1933, The Fort Loudoun Association was the primary organization for running this historical site until 1977 when Fort Loudoun became part of the Tennessee State Park system. Since then, the Fort Loudoun Association has functioned as the park's official 501 c3 "Friends of the Park" organization.  The group is devoted to the restoration and operation of historic Fort Loudoun, the first English settlement west of the Allegheny Mountains, and in the State of Tennessee.

Donate to the Fort Loudoun Association to support these valued programs:

  • Purchase supplies to maintain the reconstructed fort
  • Construction of new 18th century exhibits; such as a bake oven and several bastion gun platforms
  • Support living history and historical programs (providing period clothing, supplies, and  volunteer reenactors)
  • Assist in the Visitor Center and Museum

"My wife and I hiked several hundred miles in Fort Loudoun State Historic Park during work, school, and church shutdowns. It was an outdoor escape during the pandemic. The staff at Fort Loudoun are always friendly and meet visitors with a welcome smile. I now know most of the staff by their first name. I am proud to support this park." - Jack Graves, 2021 Donor

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