"Farragut Camping" Farragut State Park by teram13
Farragut State Park Travel Guide: 4 reviews and 23 photos
I visited Farragut for the first time in late August of 2007. The people we camped with had horses, so we stayed in the equestrian loop. Those sites are very large and are very spaced out. The ranger drives through once or twice a day and other than that, it is very quiet.
We decided to try the none equestrian side of Farragut the last weekend in May of 2009. If you want a particular site, you are best off reserving, but you have to pay a $10 service fee, which is annoying. We stayed in the Whitetail loop at site 50. It was by far the best site in the loop. It is located in the back corner, down in the trees. We had two vehicles parked at the site and when cars drove by on the loop, they could barely see us. You are surrounded by trees, but you can hear the other campsites quite well. We brought our dogs, so we were not allowed at designated swimming beach, but we did go down to the boat launch and find a beachy area there to play on with the dogs. It was about a .5 mile walk from our camp site. There was running water about 200 ft. away which was not a problem. The only downside was the camp site pad was a little small. Also, the only loop restrooms were quite a walk away. We were probably the farthest site from them. But they were fairly clean and there was a playground near by. Overall, love it and we will go back! Lots of trails to discover!
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