Parks






Pack your walking shoes if you want to See Rock City! A 4100-foot trail meanders among natural sandstone formations and passes a 90-foot waterfall. Not for the faint of heart, the 180-foot suspension bridge lets visitors get a bird's eye view of...  Read More




What was once an abandoned shipping yard has been transformed into a beautiful 7-acre oasis in downtown Chattanooga. Take a ride on the vintage carousel – rescued after years of storage in a warehouse and revitalized by students who trained...  Read More


Miller Park


This one-acre spot – Chattanooga's first downtown park – is home to several free concert series held in the outdoor amphitheater. On fine days the downtown worker bees flock here for al fresco lunches or post-work soccer matches.


Tennessee Riverpark

This 22-acre park stretches downtown along the Tennessee River. Joggers and walkers are plentiful, and a huge playground is popular with the little ones. Fish from any of five piers or launch your boat and fish on the river. Covered picnic...  Read More


Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center


This wildlife sanctuary, established in 1979, offers ample opportunity for bird watching, canoeing, hiking, and bicycling. Stroll the 1400-foot boardwalk that winds over wetlands and lowland forest, or visit the George S. Bryan Tree House, which...  Read More


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