Incorporated in 1980, the Town of Farragut has top schools, safe neighborhoods and high development standards, making it one of the best places to live in the Southeast.
Farragut offers a comfortable lifestyle and convenience to Knoxville, Oak Ridge and Maryville. Incorporated in 1980, the Town of Farragut offers premier recreational, residential and retail choices. Farragut embodies Tennessee’s “volunteer” spirit, celebrating achievements from top-performing Knox County schools to a beautiful community design resulting from high development standards. The Town of Farragut goes further to help residents and visitors enjoy a real sense of community.
Located just west of Downtown Knoxville, the low costs of living and plentiful housing opportunities are an attraction, and excellent housing values. Farragut offers bike paths, parks, a museum, water recreation and is known for its golf courses.
Farragut offers award-winning schools, close proximity to the lake, parks and all kinds of shopping and restaurants. From Farragut you can easily access the Pellissippi Parkway to be at the Knoxville Airport in just a few short minutes or to Oak Ridge.
It is home to just over 22,500 people who love our small town atmosphere. With an abundance of retail and dining options, indoor and outdoor recreational opportunities, and easy proximity to I-40/I-75, Farragut is the perfect place to visit…or put down roots.
Visitors are drawn by community events that celebrate the seasons and beauty of East Tennessee, as well as numerous sports, shopping and dining options. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy more than 15 miles of greenway trails and other amenities offered in the Town’s four parks. Turkey Creek Shopping Center offers a large and diverse collection of shopping and dining experiences, and numerous smaller shopping centers focus on independent retailers and locally-owned restaurants, pubs and bakeries.
Regional attractions include Tennessee’s waterways (seven lakes), the Smoky Mountains, the nationally acclaimed Zoo Knoxville and numerous cultural outlets and tourist areas like the Museum of Appalachia, the Manhattan Project National Historical Park and Gatlinburg.