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Getting the Most out of the Chattanooga RiverRocks Festival

Chattanooga's RiverRocks festival is filled with dozens of events that stick to 3 main objectives: 1. Get Out, 2. Get Fit, and 3. Have Fun. The festival brings both amateur and world-class athletes to Chattanooga, but it’s not just about competition. You'll find plenty of opportunities to try new…

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A Day of Art and Culture in Chattanooga

It doesn’t take long to understand why the New York Times named Chattanooga one of the "top 45 places to go" in the world. The appeal lies in Chattanooga’s small-town feel, local restaurants, outdoor beauty, and excellent arts and cultural scene. You can spend an action-packed day exploring for…

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18 Must-Visit Chattanooga Parks (and the Best Things to Do at Each)

It’s no secret that Chattanoogans love their diverse collection of local parks. From the refreshing leafiness of urban green spaces to the rich history of a Civil War battlefield, the array of parks in this city leaves nothing to be desired. Whether you experience just one of them or a handful…

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Chattanooga From Up in the Air

Chattanooga is known as the Scenic City, and most residents can quickly rattle off the top spots to take advantage of rewarding views. From Lookout Mountain to the Riverwalk and Sunset Rock, you’ll find plenty of postcard-worthy winners. But your feet will remain planted firmly on the ground. For a…

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Stringers Ridge: A (Not Very Hidden) Gem in the Scenic City

Urban nature doesn't get any more wild, and yet as easily accessible as Stringers Ridge. This 92 acre park, located a whopping 2-miles from downtown Chattanooga, is home to a charming trail system that is loved (or at least appreciated) by everyone who makes a visit—whether it be adrenaline junkies…

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