The Town currently has four established parks, which provides one park in each of the four quadrants of the Town. The Town also has several miles of a greenway system for walking or biking. More information about these facilities is available under Parks, Greenways and Facilities.
Along with park oversight on weekends and evenings, part-time park assistants provide basic maintenance (supplementing the work done by the Public Works Department) at each of the Town's parks and along the greenways.
Special events for children and adults and quarterly classes, programs, and workshops are all offered by the Town of Farragut. The Town also offers a variety of adult athletic leagues and tournaments and works in conjunction with many youth sports associations to offer field space and other assistance.
Additional and more precise information about parks, athletics, classes, and events throughout the year may be found in the quarterly newsletter, Talk of the Town. The newsletter is distributed in the farragutpress prior to the start of each quarter, in the local press, on Town of Farragut TV (Charter & TDS Channel 3), Facebook, and Twitter.
For-Profit Use of Parks
Businesses must apply and pay an hourly fee to use Farragut facilities (Mayor Bob Leonard Park, Anchor Park, McFee Park, Founders Park at Campbell Station, Farragut Town Hall and Farragut Memorial Plaza and Town greenways) in a for-profit capacity.