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When you’re looking for family-friendly trips, the first things that pop to mind are zoos, aquariums, and children’s museums. While you can certainly find all of those things in Chattanooga, sometimes it’s also nice to get outside and explore what nature has to offer. There are plenty of outdoor

7 Best Places to Camp in Chattanooga

Wednesday, September 2, 2020 9:00 AM

It’s no secret that Chattanooga is an outdoorsy city. With more than 50 trailheads within half an hour’s drive of downtown and mountain views everywhere you look, the Scenic City is a haven for those who want to feel connected with nature. Perhaps one of the best ways to become immersed in the

Labor Day Weekend in Chattanooga

Thursday, August 20, 2020 8:00 AM

Labor Day marks that time of the year when summer starts to wind down and fall becomes the star of the show. But before swinging into autumn, it’s the perfect time to make a last stand on the warm weather. Here's the rundown on Labor Day weekend happenings in Chattanooga.

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A Guide to Off-the-Beaten-Path Grub in Chattanooga

Wednesday, August 12, 2020 7:00 AM

Sometimes eating in a new city is about convenience, right? You walk out of the hotel and head to the nearest restaurant you can find. Burgers, fries and you’re done. But there are other travelers — the gastro aficionados — who seek something more; something a tad more local, unique and special.

3 Ways to Explore Black Culture in Chattanooga

Friday, August 7, 2020 12:00 PM

Chattanooga’s African American community has made a lasting impact on the city’s culture, heritage and arts. Whether you are looking for a nice artsy spot, a tasty meal or a place to wind down and relax, Chattanooga’s black-owned businesses are worth checking out. It’s easy to enjoy a full day of

6 Ways to Stay Cool This Summer In Chattanooga

Monday, August 3, 2020 8:00 AM

Summer time means hot weather and with the temps rising, everyone is looking for ways to stay cool. Even though the North Pole sounds enticing, there’s no need to travel around the world to find a cool summer escape.

Chattanooga is located right on the Tennessee River and just being close to the