List of dams and reservoirs of the Tennessee River

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The Tennessee Valley Authority operates the Tennessee River system to provide a wide range of public benefits: year-round navigation, flood damage reduction, affordable electricity, improved water quality and water supply, recreation, and economic growth.

The TVA established the stairway of nine dams and locks that turned the Tennessee River into a 652-mile-long river highway. Dams and reservoirs on the main stem of the river include the following (listed from the farthest upstream to the farthest downstream):

Tributary dams and reservoirs include:

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