Outdoors in the Scenic City
Ross's Landing is the last site of the Cherokee's 61 year occupation of Chattanooga. On the south shore.
on the city’s North Shore, is one place where you can overlook the beautiful Tennessee River.
A 23 acre wetlands park designed to highlight this area's ecology and history
Fish, boat, bike, walk, jog, skate, or just people watch.
6 miles of walking, running, hiking and biking trails, 3 canoe access points, shade trees, and is an off-leash dog park.
Audubon Acres in East Brainerd offers more than 5 miles of hiking trails over 130 acres.
Riverfront destination with a sprawling forest, 35 miles of hiking trails & primitive campsites
This lakefront park offers sites for tents & RVs, a sandy beach, boat docks & spots for fishing.
A 1,200-acre state park, built in the 1930s along the shores of Chickamauga Lake.
The mountains surrounding the Chattanooga area are ideal for soaring.
Check out the Chattanooga Skydiving Company for the best time of your life!
The city's lighted outdoor park for skate boards, BMX bikes, and in-line skating