There are four campgrounds in Farragut State Park. I have included pictures of many of the campsites so this is a very long page. The first on my list is named Gilmore Campground. It is the most developed with paved roads, campsite parking and even paths. Each of the 43 sites comes with electrical and water hookups. 5 of the sites are companion sites. A companion site has room for 2 RVs and allows 16 people per unit instead of the normal 8.
As you approach the entrance you will see this sign, turn right into Gilmore Campground.
I included this picture to give you an idea of what the campground looks like.
As you enter the campground you will see this field. There are horseshoe pits and enough space to play ball or setup a net for volleyball or badmitten.
In case you wondered, yes, there is a place to dispose of your garbage.
The gray water dumps are marked on the map as pentagons.
Straight ahead you can see the camp host while the restrooms are on the right.
There are the restroom.
Very nice restrooms with showers.
On the far side of the restrooms is the field, just follow this path.
This is a map of Snowberry Campground. We stayed in campsite number 117 and enjoyed our time here. The campground is heavily wooded with undergrowth which allows some privacy even though the campsites are fairly close together. Snowberry Campground has 44 campsites and each is equipped with electrical hookups.
This is the entrance.
Snowberry Campground in Farragut State Park.
As you enter if you watch to your left you will see the "pet" area.
The garbage dumpster is near the entrance also.
The only extra parking I saw was this little spot.
I have included this picture to show how tight the spaces are but it is beautiful.
Look for one of these to dump your gray water in. They are shown as a pentagon on the map.
The restrooms are located right in the middle of the campground across the road from the camp host. I found them to be clean and well stocked. There are showers in there too.
The hosts had firewood for sale. They seemed to be friendly but I never took the time to visit.
Waldron Campground has 3 loops with a total of 69 campsites and 3 cabins. There are 58 individual campsites and 11 companion sites each with water and electrical hookups. I love heavily wooded sites which is why I avoided camping here. If you like sunny campsites you will find it here.
The entrance and my trusty chevy pickup.
The restrooms (with showers) are located in between the loops.
So are the volleyball courts.
This group shelter is in Kestrel loop. It is a nice facility should you want a larger picnic area.
There are restrooms near the shelter...
as well as horseshoe pits.
This is one of the cabins, you will see a close up of the cabin in Night Hawk loop later.
Here are a few of the campsites in Kestrel.
Night Hawk loop
There is a smaller group shelter in Night Hawk.
Campsite 180. Notice the gray water disposal? I might like have it handy but am not sure I would want to camp right next to it!
Companion campsite 181
Next, Redtail loop.
I think this swing set is by the central restroom not really in Redtail.
Campsites 205 and 206 have spots for 2 RVs each.
Each of the 3 cabins appear to be the same as the Redtail cabin. You have a parking spot and...
a nice deck with a picnic table and fire ring.
The campsites in Whitetail Campground do NOT have water, electrical or sewer hookups. There are 55 individual campsites and 6 companion sites.
The entrance is just like the others.
There is a large field with extra parking as you enter the campground.
The restrooms are located in the middle between the 2 loops.
Yes, there are showers here also...
and a playground for the young ones.
You will find gray water dumps scattered about the campground.
There are water faucets scattered about the campground too.
You will often find programs at the amphitheater. There is likely to be a schedule of upcoming events here and at the restrooms. We thought of going on the night owl hike but got lazy and stayed at the trailer.
Campanion campsite 45
Campsite number 47 is another companion site.
Campsite 50 doesn't look like much from this angle but...
is pretty awesome when you get into it. If I was tent camping I would like camping here.
Campsite 51. If you have spent the time to go through all of these pictures I hope you found it helpful.