Introduction to Farragut, Tennessee
Farragut was originally known as Campbell’s Station, named after the stage coach station and fort built by David Campbell in 1787. The town of Farragut is adjacent to the historic unincorporated town of Concorde. Farragut was officially incorporated in 1980.
Farragut and nearby Attractions
- Farragut Forklife Museum
- Maxwell-Kirby House
- Dead Horse Lake Golf Course
- Thomas J. Walker House
- Carl Cowan Park
- Anchor Park
Things To Do In Farragut
Farragut offers a wide variety of opportunities for recreation. The town has a number of parks, including Anchor Park and Concorde Park. One can also visit the Zuma Fun Center, Mayor Bob Leonard Park and the PetSafe Village while in Farragut. The Dead Horse Lake Golf Course and the Willow Creek Golf Club provide facilities for local golfers.
McGhee Tyson Airport is nearby.
Farragut Higher Education
Higher education can be pursued at the University of Tennessee, the Pellissippi State Technical Community College, Roane State Community College and Carson-Newman College.