Welcome to Farragut

Alluring and charming small town in the heart of Knoxville

From its nature trails to its lively festivals, Farragut is the epitome of Southern, small-town living. Located just 20 minutes from downtown Knoxville, Farragut is one of the region’s most beautiful small towns, featuring picturesque parks and stately homes. With just over 25,000 residents, Farragut has a small-town ambiance with many big-city amenities, including upscale shops and restaurants. Along with its many conveniences, Farragut is home to some of Knoxville’s most exciting festivals and events throughout the year.
Whether you enjoy shopping or being part of nature, there is something for everyone in Farragut. For those searching for a tight-knit community in the heart of the Knoxville metropolitan area, Farragut hits every note.

What to Love

  • An idyllic small town located 20 minutes from Knoxville  
  • Features many of the area’s best festivals and events 
  • Home to many fabulous shops and restaurants  
  • Over 15 miles of greenways 
  • Easy access to parks, nature trails, and bike paths 

Local Lifestyle

For many people, balance is one of the most appealing aspects of living in Farragut. While Farragut is a small, tight-knit community, it is at the heart of the action in the Knoxville area. With proximity to the downtown area, Farragut residents are just minutes from everything the downtown core has to offer. Farragut also hosts some of the area’s most highly anticipated events and festivals, making it a lively place to be year-round. Because of its many amenities and picturesque homes, Farragut is considered one of Knoxville’s most highly sought-after neighborhoods.    

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

From its charming cafes to its upscale restaurants, Farragut raises the standard of fine dining in the Knoxville area. It also has some of the best boutiques and specialty shops, catering to nearly every taste imaginable. To start the day off on a high note, check out First Watch, one of the area’s most highly acclaimed brunch destinations. Try the cauli-rizo breakfast tacos, one of their signature dishes. Pair it with their signature tangerine dream cocktail for a heightened brunch experience.  
Try Seasons Innovative Bar and Grille for a cool, contemporary dining experience. Known for its extensive wine and cocktail selections, Seasons Innovative Bar and Grille is known for its refined menu. Some of their specialties include naked seared ribeye, rack of lamb, and seasonal muscovy duck. 
For those who prefer dining with waterfront views, check out Lakeside Tavern. Known for its modern decor and elegance, Lakeside Tavern is one of Farragut’s most popular restaurants. Try their aged Angus steaks or their fresh seafood, grilled to perfection. For those who wish to take fine dining to the next level, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is one of the area’s most acclaimed fine dining restaurants. Known for having some of the finest cuts of meat and one of the area’s most impressive wine and spirits selections, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar redefines decadence. Try their dry-aged ribeye or their filet mignon for an elevated dining experience. 
If you love tea, you will love Applecake Tea Room, one of the area’s most beloved tea shops. Try one of their wide varieties of tea and other specialty beverages. They also have a variety of soups and sandwiches for lunch. 
In need of a specialty gift? Try Euphoric Cheese Shop, Knoxville’s premier cheese and wine shop, featuring the finest selection of gourmet meats, cheeses, and wines. If you are searching for the perfect gift or need to prepare a charcuterie board, you will find what you need at Euphoric Cheese Shop.

Things to Do

While Farragut is a small town, one of its defining traits is its many festivals and events throughout the year. One of the area’s most highly anticipated events during the holiday season is Light the Park at Founders Park, a nightly tree-lighting event held annually at Campbell Station. The area’s most popular events, Southern Tequilla and Taco Fest and Dog Daze, are held at Village Green during the spring and summer. Southern Tequilla and Taco Fest, one of the area’s biggest food festivals, is held every April. They serve locally-made tacos and other Mexican delicacies. For all dog lovers, there is Dog Daze at Village Green, which is held every August. 
Beyond the area’s many events and festivals, Farragut is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. It has direct access to Grisby Chapel Greenway, one of the area’s most prominent bike trails. Farragut is also home to the area’s most prestigious golf courses: Willow Creek Golf Club and Fox Den Country Club.


Like many Western Knoxville towns, Farragut is part of the Knox County Schools, Knoxville’s local school district. Some of the area’s top educational opportunities include:

Overview for Farragut, TN

30,416 people live in Farragut, where the median age is 46.6 and the average individual income is $51,979.03. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Around Farragut, TN

There’s plenty to do around Farragut, including shopping, dining, nightlife, parks, and more. Data provided by Walk Score and Yelp.






Somewhat Bikeable



Minimal Transit


Demographics and Employment Data for Farragut, TN

Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 30,416 people call Farragut home. The population density is 1,422.76 and the largest age group is between 25 and 64 years old. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Farragut has 11,780 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Farragut do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

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