If you have a large group, this is the place to be. This site is massive and can accommodate tents, RV’s, trailers, etc. Even with a lot of people, you can still seclude yourself from others. We had around 50 people and still didn’t even fill the camp to 1/4 of it’s capacity.
There are bathrooms and vault toilets, no showers. Both are kept stocked and clean. There’s water on site but it didn’t taste the greatest so we brought our own. The trees provide fantastic coverage in the event of rain (which we had a ton of). There are fire pits all around and they have grates for grilling pans and what not. No water hook ups. Firewood is available at the main office / ranger station down the street. Hammocks are not permitted here. Animals are allowed but must be on a leash or chain.
This site is also opened during the winter months to individual campers. We fully took advantage of this and stayed for 3 nights last winter. Farragut is beautiful in the winter and I highly recommend it if you’re up for the cold. We were fortunate enough to meet some sled dog trainers at camp and even saw them along the trail.