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Parks und Natur in Chattanooga

Erstklassige Parks

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“This is a gorgeous spot to enjoy the river. There are huge fountains for kids to play in as well as a carousel. Lots of good eating close by.”
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Park
“Stringer's Ridge Park is a hidden gem right in the heart of downtown Chattanooga. Several hiking and mountain biking trails are available. Great overlook of downtown. Located at the end of Spears Avenue. ”
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Park
“Renaissance Park is connected to Coolidge Park, so it’s easy to get to from there. This will sound strange, but my kids and I LOVE riding pieces of cardboard down the hill in Renaissance Park. I usually just do it once or twice, but it can occupy my kids for over an hour, and it’s fun to watch! There are typically cardboard pieces already there to spare, but sometimes we stop in at Whole Foods and grab some to take with us. The views of the river are great too, especially at sunset.”
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Playground
“Ross's Landing is a large grassy area on the riverfront downtown, perfect for kite flying, picnicking, photographing, and having a good time in general. There's even a playground for the kids! It's within a short walk of the Tennessee Aquarium, Creative Discovery Museum, Cold Stone Creamery, the stadium where the Chattanooga Lookouts play (baseball), and lots and lots of great restaurants. ”
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Park
“Offer both wild cave adventures and a tour on a paved path for the people who wish to stay clean ”
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Campground
“If you want to get outside of the city this is a great area for easy hikes and bike trails for all ages.”
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Park
“The beautiful Cumberland Trail begins at Signal Point Park, part of the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. From the overlook, the trail descends into Middle Creek Gorge and along Rainbow Lake before entering Prentice Cooper State Forest. The trail ascends out of the gorge to then follow the plateau rim, affording multiple overlooks of the Tennessee River Gorge before dropping into the North Suck Creek Gorge, and crossing the creek on a suspension bridge, and eventually emerges on Suck Creek Road (TN 27). Highlights include Signal Point; an overlook of wet-weather waterfall; Lockhart’s Arch & other rock formations; & Edwards Point with it's spectacular view of the TN River!”
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Park
“Lots of great hiking here! Some Jeep and off-road enthusiasts take their rigs here to test their mettle.”
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Spielplätze

Playground
“Ross's Landing is a large grassy area on the riverfront downtown, perfect for kite flying, picnicking, photographing, and having a good time in general. There's even a playground for the kids! It's within a short walk of the Tennessee Aquarium, Creative Discovery Museum, Cold Stone Creamery, the stadium where the Chattanooga Lookouts play (baseball), and lots and lots of great restaurants. ”
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Park
“This place has a great playground, designated picnic areas, bathrooms, pretty views of Signal Mountain and a beautiful little dog park!”
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Wanderwege

Wanderweg
“This is my most recommended sight-seeing spot in Chattanooga! Crawl to the edge and you will overlook a 150 ft waterfall.”
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Wanderweg
“Famous concrete trail spanning 13 miles along the Tennessee River. Runs from the Chickamauga Dam through downtown to just north of St. Elmo.”
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