Boone Lake Association
Whether you're 18 or 88, a day on the lake will make you feel like a kid. Members'dues make it possible to have fun in a cleaner, safer environment.
The Boone Lake Association (BLA) is the only citizen group responsible for conserving Boone Lake by conducting water quality testing, generating water quality reports and continual lake clean-up. As thousands use Boone Lake each year to enjoy fishing and watersports, few understand they have the members of the BLA and their decades of protection to thank for the clean and clear waters.
Located in upper East Tennessee, Boone Lake has part of both the Holston and Watauga Rivers and over 600 nearby streams in the area.
Special Alert from TVA.gov:
TVA will continue to lower Boone Lake below its normal winter elevation to help engineers determine the cause of water and sediment seeping from the riverbank below the dam. The safety of our employees and the public is TVA’s top priority. The dam is structurally sound, and we are continuously monitoring the dam to ensure it is safe. Dock and marina owners should prepare for lower-than-normal water levels. The duration of the extended drawdown will depend on the results of the ongoing analysis.