In addition to the recreational opportunities offered at the Farragut Community Center, the Town of Farragut provides recreational opportunities at our four parks.
Athletic fields and courts at Anchor, Mayor Bob Leonard and McFee parks are scheduled for club or league use in January (spring and summer use) and June (fall and winter use) for adult and youth club practices and games. The synthetic turf rectangular fields at Mayor Bob Leonard Park are available year round.
Local non-profit groups also offer an outstanding selection of adult and youth athletic leagues. A link for more information is below.
Find information about the Town's athletic programs--indoor and outdoor volleyball, indoor pickleball and basketball, and toddler open gym--on the programs & events page.
HOST YOUR TOURNAMENT IN FARRAGUT!
Are you thinking of planning a tournament using the Town of Farragut’s park system? Our knowledgeable staff is ready to assist you in booking your tournament. We can schedule fields as well as advise you on hotel stays and fun activities in the area. To learn more about Farragut amenities, go to VisitFarragut.org or use the links below. Contact us at 865-218-3376 to reserve fields. Groups can request the use of Town athletic fields for tournaments up to one year in advance.
Beginning Feb. 16, groups can reserve the Town's natural grass and synthetic turf athletic fields through Saturday, July 31 on a first-come, first-served prepay basis. To be eligible to reserve a field, groups need to complete the Prepay Application (available below) and provide the Town with proof of liability insurance with a minimum of $1,000,000 in coverage. For more information, contact the Parks & Recreation Department at 865-218-3376.
Field rental fees
$40/hr - synthetic turf fields
$20/hr - non synthetic turf fields (Anchor Park, McFee Park, Mayor Bob Leonard Park diamond fields)
To learn the status of Farragut fields, check Twitter at @toffieldupdate or @tofvolleyball. Decisions to close fields are made by 3 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. on weekends. Twitter accounts are updated when field conditions change. Weather updates for Town-sponsored volleyball leagues can be found on Twitter at @tofvolleyball.
Allocation packets for fall/winter are available now. For more information, please email the Parks & Recreation Department at or call 865-218-3376. Only clubs that serve the Farragut community will be able to participate in field allocation.
Field use priority policy
The Town of Farragut Parks and Athletic Council will determine final allocations by using the priority guideline below and by considering current community needs and trends. History of compliance with Town of Farragut Parks & Recreation procedures and adhering to group responsibilities will also be considered.
1. Town of Farragut sponsored programs and events
2. Recreational organizations that serve the Farragut community
3. Competitive/select organizations that serve the Farragut community
Note: Private group events and other organizations who do not serve the Farragut community will not be included in allocation. These groups will be considered prepay and will be able to request field time on Monday, March 1.
Tournaments will receive priority and will be balanced with league play and practice. Tournament requests should be submitted 4-12 months in advance.
field allocation requests
Safe Sport Authorization Act
Youth Sports Organizations who utilize Town of Farragut athletic facilities for games and practices must be in compliance with the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Act of 2017.
Tennessee Sports Concussion Law
Youth Sports Organizations who utilize Town of Farragut athletic facilities for games and practices must provide proof (annually) their organization is in compliance with the Tennessee Sports Concussion Law.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Law
Youth Sports Organizations using any Town of Farragut athletic fields must be in compliance with the Tennessee General Assembly Public Chapter 325 Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention. This applies to public and private schools and community recreational leagues, covering all sports for children under the age of 18 that require a participation fee.