Outdoors in the Scenic City

Ross's Landing
Ross's Landing

Ross's Landing is the last site of the Cherokee's 61 year occupation of Chattanooga. On the south shore.

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Coolidge Park
Coolidge Park

on the city’s North Shore, is one place where you can overlook the beautiful Tennessee River.

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Renaissance Park
Renaissance Park

A 23 acre wetlands park designed to highlight this area's ecology and history

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Tennessee River Walk
Tennessee River Walk

Fish, boat, bike, walk, jog, skate, or just people watch.

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Greenway Farms
Greenway Farms

6 miles of walking, running, hiking and biking trails, 3 canoe access points, shade trees, and is an off-leash dog park.

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Audubon Acres
Audubon Acres

Audubon Acres in East Brainerd offers more than 5 miles of hiking trails over 130 acres.

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Prentice Cooper State Forest
Prentice Cooper State Forest

Riverfront destination with a sprawling forest, 35 miles of hiking trails & primitive campsites

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Chester Frost Park
Chester Frost Park

This lakefront park offers sites for tents & RVs, a sandy beach, boat docks & spots for fishing.

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Harrison Bay State Park
Harrison Bay State Park

A 1,200-acre state park, built in the 1930s along the shores of Chickamauga Lake.

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Hang Gliding
Hang Gliding

The mountains surrounding the Chattanooga area are ideal for soaring.

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Chattanooga Skydiving Company
Chattanooga Skydiving Company

Check out the Chattanooga Skydiving Company for the best time of your life!

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Chattown Skate Park
Chattown Skate Park

The city's lighted outdoor park for skate boards, BMX bikes, and in-line skating

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