Living Here

Farragut, Tennessee is a wonderful place in which to live and work.

  • Region: East Tennessee
  • County: Knox
  • Distance from:
    • Atlanta – 240 mi.
    • Nashville – 185 mi.

The Town of Farragut encompasses approximately 16 square miles. Farragut is bounded to the north by Interstate 40 except at Campbell Station Road, Snyder Road and the Outlets Drive area; to the south by Turkey Creek Road and the railroad tracks; to the west at the Loudon County line; and to the east by Lovell Road on the north side of Kingston Pike and Thornton Heights and Concord Hills Subdivisions on the south side of Kingston Pike.

Farragut and West Knox Street Map and Resource Guide

  • Annual Avg. Temp.: 58.9°
  • Monthly Avg. High Temp.: January: 50°, July: 90°
  • Monthly Avg. Low Temp.: January: 31°, July: 67°
  • Annual Avg. Precipitation: 47.29″
  • Annual Avg. Snowfall: 13″
  • Elevation: 920′ above sea level
  • Prevailing Winds: Southwest
  • Mean Length of Freeze-Free Period: 214 days

Farragut’s population is approximately 21,000. Farragut lies in west Knox County in East Tennessee, and the area is experiencing steady growth. View this statistical snapshot of Knox County provided by the 2010 U.S. Census.