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From Toddlers to Fido: A Trail for Everyone

With more than 50 trailheads within 30 minutes of downtown, the hiking scene in Chattanooga is easily among the best in the Southeast, if not the entire country. From the slopes of Lookout Mountain to the steep crests of Signal Mountain and the Tennessee River Gorge, the Scenic City is blessed with…

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Setting Up Camp with Trailmaster Terri

As the Program Coordinator forOutdoor Chattanooga, we couldn’t think of anyone better than Terri Chapin to ask, “Where do Chattanoogans Camp?”  Terri has some great suggestions on where to camp by the water as well as the best mountain biking and views in the area…

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The Return of the Family Vacation in Chattanooga

People have had to make a lot of changes over the last year, from how they work, to how they go to school, shop, eat, and visit friends. And for many, it was a year without a traditional family vacation. But finally, things are starting to change. While we’re still not out of the woods…

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6 Ways to Explore Chattanooga’s Black History

From art and murals to music and historical sit-ins, Chattanooga is full of stories that commemorate Chattanooga’s Black History and the courageous individuals that left an imprint on our community and the world. Read below to find 6 ways to learn more about Chattanooga’s Black History and culture…

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4 Outdoor Adventures in Chattanooga for the Whole Family

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…

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