Conveniently located on I40/75 Exit 373 Farragut is a great place to play. Our attractions offer everything from family fun to a night of dancing to the hottest music in town. Attractions within the Town of Farragut are denoted with a Farragut icon.
11730 Turkey Creek Road
A 15-acre, family-friendly park, Anchor Park is located adjacent to the lakefront. The Town's first park offers three picnic pavilions with grills, playground, horseshoe pit, a rectangular field, a diamond field basketball court, a fishing pond with two accessible piers and trails. Click here for information on pavilion rentals. Click here for information on field rentals.
Cinnebarre Theaters West Town Mall
7600 Kingston Pike, Suite 1520
Eat, drink, watch movies. Regal's Cinnebarre Theaters West Town Mall includes king-sized recliners with electronic controls, digital projection, a menu of made-to-order favorites, arcade games and pool tables, and a full bar with cocktails. Patrons order from servers and orders are brought right to your seats.
11408 Municipal Center Drive
The Farragut Museum is a treasure chest of artifacts and photographs, which tell the history of the Farragut and Concord communities. One of the highlights of the museum is the Admiral David Glasgow Farragut collection. Admission to the museum is free. Click here for information on scheduling a group tour.
Founders Park at Campbell Station
405 N. Campbell Station Road
A passive park, this 17-acre park is adjacent to the Farragut branch of the Knox County Library System. Founders' Park has two picnic pavilions with grills, paved and mulched walking trails and community heritage markers. For information on renting a pavilion please click here.
Mayor Bob Leonard Park
301 Watt Road
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. The park includes four lighted diamond fields, two lighted natural turf rectangular fields, three lighted synthetic turf rectangular fields and three lighted sand volleyball courts. Click here for more information on renting an athletic field.
McFee Park and Splash Pad
917 McFee Road
McFee Park is a 52+ acre multi-use facility featuring two picnic pavilions with grills, two lighted rectangular fields, a lighted playground, a splash pad and a lighted walking trail. The Splash Pad at McFee Park is the Knoxville areas largest public splash pad. It is open daily from the first weekend in May until the last weekend in September from 10am to 8pm. Click here for information on renting a pavilion. Note: pavilion rental does not include rental of the splash pad. Click here for information on renting an athletic field.
The Cove at Concord Park
11808 South Northshore Drive
The Cove at Concord Park is a Knox County park featuring 500 acres and has boat ramp access, concessions, fishing, marina, natural trails for mountain biking, paved trails, picnic areas, a playground, tennis courts, and golf course.
3500 Knoxville Zoo Drive
Zoo Knoxville is one of the premier zoological experiences in the southeast. Committed to sharing "wildly fun" experiences that educate and inspire, we feature acres of creative habitats for animal lovers of all ages to come and explore. Visit our website for ticket information and Zoo Knoxville hours of operation.