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History

Spend a weekend immersed in Tennessee history when you visit Farragut. Named for the United States Navy's first admiral, David Glasgow Farragut, the area is rich in history. Learn about the past at the Farragut Museum located inside Town Hall and then step outside and enjoy the Memorial Plaza and Civil War Trail which marks the Battle of Campbell Station. Linger at Pleasant Forest Cemetery where Tennessee's second Governor, Archibald Roane is buried. 2020 marked the opening of the Ralph McGill Memorial Plaza at the Campbell Station Inn, where you can stroll the grounds or throw a frisbee in the afternoon sun. Ambitious walkers can learn about the area and visit all the sites by following our new in 2021 History Trail walk

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Hops

After a day of exploring the rich history of the area, playing a round or two of golf or shopping at Turkey Creek, one of East Tennessee's premier stops for the shopoholic, you will want to unwind.

Throw some darts and enjoy the taps at The Admiral Pub, or stop by 35 North and choose from three daily food trucks while you enjoy their fine selection of bourbons and spirits on the large open air patio. Tapas and small plates await you at Water into Wine, Farragut's mixology lounge or enjoy the finest and freshest at Seasons Innovative Bar & Grille, where a four course meal will create lasting memories.  No matter where you choose to dine you will be treated to the finest in local brews as well as an extensive selection of wines and spirits served up with southern hospitality

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Hometown feels

You will always feel right at home when visiting Farragut, whether it is for an overnight stay along the way or home base for an East Tennessee adventure. Smiles and laughter can be seen and heard year round at our multitude of gorgeous parks; each with a variety of top notch amenities. Enjoy local festivals and events such as our annual Songwriters Showcase and popular Fourth of July parade; where children line the Pike and eagerly await the candy tosses. Freaky Friday Fright Night invites the community to enjoy the beautiful fall weather with trick-or-treating, games and crafts. 

And you won't want to miss the banana bread and honey butter at The Apple Cake Tea Room, Mary and her crew have been welcoming guests, family and friends with down home hospitality for over thirty years.

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