Athletic Field RentalS

Fall/Winter Field Use (Prepay Only)

Groups can reserve the Town's natural grass athletic fields through Tuesday, October 31st on a first-come, first-served prepay basis (synthetic turf field reservations can be made through Friday, March 2nd, 2018). 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 and Leisure Services Department at (865) 966-7057.



Field user groups must be in compliance with the Tennessee General Assembly Public Chapter 148 'Tennessee Sports Concussion Law' applying to both public and private schools and community recreational leagues, covering all sports, for children under the age of 18 that require a participation fee.

Field user groups must be in compliance with the Tennessee General Assembly Public Chapter 325 'Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention' applying to both public and private schools and community recreational leagues, covering all sports, for children under the age of 18 that requires a participation fee. 



Field Rental Fees:

  • $15/hr - All grass fields and baseball/softball fields
  • $30/hr - Synthetic turf fields

Field Use Prepay Application
Synthetic Turf Rules
View Field Use Calendar 
Liability Insurance Example

Field Descriptions and Fees

Mayor Bob Leonard Park (MBLP) – All field are lighted: 301 Watt Road

Diamond Fields:

  • Upper Softball - Skinned Infield (285' radius) - 65’ & 70' bases; located off main parking lot on Watt Road ($15 an hour)
  • Lower Softball - Skinned Infield (275' radius) - 60', 65’ & 70' bases; located off upper parking on Watt Road ($15 an hour)
  • West Diamond - Skinned Infield (300' radius) - portable mound, 70' & 80’ bases; located near parking lot on Harrison Lane ($15 an hour)
  • East Diamond - Baseball (300' down the line; 325' alleys; 350' center field) - 60’6” mound, 90' bases; located off main parking lot on Watt Road ($15 an hour) - This field will be closed to rentals from August 1 through September 1.

Rectangular Fields:

  • Field 1 - (180' x 360') - Synthetic Turf; located north of parking lot on Harrison Lane 
  • Field 2 - (180' x 336') - Synthetic Turf; located north center of park near upper parking lot on Watt Road 
  • Field 3 - (165’ x 360’) - This field will be converted to synthetic turf and will be available for rental beginning November 1 - located off main parking lot on Watt Road 
  • Field 5 - (120' x 220') - Fescue; located off parking lot on Harrison Lane (nearest to woods) 
  • Field 6 - (120' x 220') – Fescue; located off parking lot on Harrison Lane (nearest to road)                  

Anchor Park (AP) – Fields are not lighted: 11730 Turkey Creek Road

  • Rectangular field - (180’ x 330’) - Fescue 
  • Softball field  - (275' down the line; 290' center field) 

McFee Park – All fields are lighted:  917 McFee Road

  • Field 1 - (195’ x 330’) - Bermuda) - Due to the proximity to and orientation of the walking trails, this field is not be available for lacrosse use 
  • Field 2 - (75’ x 120’) – Bermuda – Due to the proximity to and orientation of the walking trails, this field is not available for lacrosse use – This field has no goals 

Tournament Requests


Groups can request the use of Town athletic fields for tournaments up to one year in advance. For more information, click on the link below or contact the Parks and Leisure Services Department at 966-7057.

Tournament and Camp Application
Farragut Hotel Information

Farragut Attractions


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' applying to both public and private schools and community recreational leagues, covering all sports, for children under the age of 18 that require a participation fee.
A photo of young women playing Lacrosse on a Farragut athletic field.