Here are a few of our favorite effortless ways to get outside in Chattanooga—no maps or gear required.
Today, Booker T. Washington’s namesake park offers an array of recreational activities, all just 20 minutes from Chattanooga.
You’ll be amazed at just how much adventure are packed in the two-hour drive between Nashville and Chattanooga.
With its many festivals, restaurants, and indoor and outdoor activities, Chattanooga is truly a city for all seasons.
While Chattanooga is known for its outdoor adventures, it still offers plenty of fun in the chillier weather.
With over 50 miles of trails stretched out over 15,590 acres of pristine Cumberland Plateau wilderness, Savage Gulf is one of Tennessee’s most rugged and beautiful wilderness areas.
Chattanooga is a mecca for climbers, bikers, and backpackers alike, but the city also offers an array of scenic hikes for beginners and families.
Winding wooded lanes, dazzling panoramas, criss-crossing streams, and a labyrinth of diverse trails make Signal Mountain a nature lover’s heaven.
From tomato festivals to blueberry farms, there are tons of great ways for families to get out and enjoy Tennessee’s summer bounty with healthy foods.
Just when it seems the last chilly days of winter will never end, we get spring in Tennessee. Here are 10 ways to get out and enjoy Tennessee, wherever you are in the state.