Farragut is located in Knox County in East Tennessee and has a population of approximately 21,000 residents per the 2010 census.
Farragut enjoys mild temperatures and great outdoor parks and recreational opportunities. Our proximity to Knoxville allows visitors and residents alike to take advantage of a well established economy as well as a multitude of great things to do. We’re less that a 1-hour drive from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the entertainment and recreation attractions in Sevierville and Pigeon Forge, the championship sports teams at the University of Tennessee, and so much more.
The area was originally known as Campbell’s Station after a fort and stage coach station erected by Captain David Campbell (1753–1832) in 1787. The brick Campbell’s Station Inn was built in 1810 and still stands on Kingston Pike within sight of the Farragut Town Hall. It is still in use as a private residence. The Civil War Battle of Campbell’s Station was fought there on November 16, 1863.
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