Farragut is a town located in Knox County, Tennessee, and is a suburb of Knoxville. The town's population was 20,676 at the 2010 census. It is included in the Knoxville Metropolitan Area. The town is named in honor of American Civil War Admiral David Farragut, who was born just east of Farragut at Campbell's Station in 1801.
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5 based on 15 reviews
My kids and I love this park, it is big enough that if it's busy you don't feel like kids are all over each other. Since the upgrade to the splash pad it has kept my kids interest for much longer.
4.5 based on 414 reviews
Very thoughtful and complete museum largely dedicated to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Great museum with hands-on exhibits that kids (of most ages) will love. Highly recommended, especially for readers of, "The Girls of Atomic City" or say, "The Making of the Atomic Bomb".
5 based on 3 reviews
The Station's a restored 120 yr old listening room venue for live music. Every seat's better than a backstage pass at a typical large venue. To assure seating we recommend you RSVP to [email protected] or text/call 865-250-8272. Cover is $15-$20 cash only at door. A smoke master smokes pork BBQ day of show. We don't sell BBQ just ask you to tip smoke master. It's BYOB or drink of choice.
Great musical evenings in comfortable historic building at a reasonable price. They don't serve food or drinks but opportunity for preconcert potluck. Well known regional performers some of whom are grammy winners. There isn't a bad seat in the house- you will be up close and personal with the locals and the performers.
5 based on 1 reviews
Located on Grigsby Chapel Road, the trail connects many of the neighborhood subdivisions, condos and apartments north of this road. An additional 1/4-mile segment is located behind the Farragut Primary School connecting the former end of the trail at the corner of Grigsby Chapel Road to Founders Park at Campbell Station. Greenway features 2.4 miles of asphalt trail.
5 based on 1 reviews
One of the premier sports complexes in the region, Mayor Bob Leonard Park is a 50-acre multi-use facility offering athletic and recreational opportunities for a variety of activities. The wetlands area at the center of the park, encircled by a lighted walk trail, is a unique feature. A covered picnic area and lighted playground are other draws.
Decided to stop for an afternoon walk....It was a decent sunny winter afternoon, so I walked the trail and it was great! They have restroom facilities and an amazing play area for children! And the green and pristine soccer field was perfect! Baseball fields and Tennis courts too! It’s also a dog friendly place too! Highly recommend, for it is one of the better kept parks of the area...
4.5 based on 30 reviews
We arrived on this beautiful Sunday afternoon.... We waked some, walked out on a pier, rode our bikes on the paved trail and near the water front and also rode down toward edgemoore road trail. Plenty of benches to rest on and water fountains too. It's also dog friendly and a water bowl was near one of the fountains! It's a great place and they also have hiking trails off the paved trails too! Very clean and well kept and all around fun in nature! Highly recommend and always look for new places to ride bikes or just walk....
5 based on 1 reviews
A 15-acre, family-friendly park, Anchor Park is located adjacent to the lakefront. The Town's first park offers many opportunities for picnicking, fishing, playground fun, or quiet areas to simply read or relax.
I have been here 5 times when visiting my sister. My son has enjoyed it from 1.5-now (up to 6/7). We tire him out then go on a walk.
4 based on 1 reviews
This 17-acre park features paved and mulched walking trails, bronze sculptures, two picnic pavilions with grills, and restrooms. Located approximately one mile from I-40/I-75, this park is the site of the Light the Park display during the month of December.
The town of Farragut does a great job of maintaining this park. They also provide a diverse amount of events at the park. Right next to the library and dog friendly.
At Pacceka, your relaxation matters. By limiting many of the outside influences that can interfere with a positive experience, you are the ultimate focus. That means several things - no front desk hassle, no common room of strangers, no corridor of doorways, no get-in-get-out pressure. Pacceka is designed with you in mind - a one-to-one therapeutic relationship from beginning to end.
4 based on 64 reviews
I enjoy going to shopping malls when I am traveling to other states. The Dillard's at this mall is fabulous. Having grown up in Texas and frequently visiting Dillard's, I appreciate the quality of merchandise when I have the opportunity to go to one. Living in the North that is not possible.
The mall is clean and well maintained. There is a nice variety of stores for all ages. I would go again if in Knoxville.
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