3 Best Parks in Chattanooga TN
There’s nothing better than heading outside for a fun family adventure – and there’s no better place to have an outdoor family adventure than at one of our breathtaking parks here in Chattanooga, TN. But with so many parks in and around Chattanooga, TN, how do you know which park is right for you? Well, we’re going to help you figure that out right here as we take a look at what we consider to be the three best parks in Chattanooga, TN.
First up is the Coolidge Park, located on the city’s North Shore at 150 River Street. If you’ve never been to Coolidge Park, you may be the only person in Chattanooga who hasn’t. That’s because Coolidge Park is probably the best park in the city thanks to its interactive water fountain, the Walnut Street Bridge (one of the world’s largest pedestrian bridges), its rock climbing wall, its military memorial, its vast picnic area, its antique carousel that’s over 100 years old, and it’s close proximity to all of the restaurants and shops on the North Shore – meaning you can easily turn a trip to the park into a day-long adventure. The fact that Coolidge Park is part of the Tennessee Riverwalk doesn’t hurt either.
Tennessee Riverpark – 4301 Amnicola Highway
Next up is Tennessee Riverpark, located at 4301 Amnicola Highway. Featuring numerous walking trails, a playground, shelters and bikes for rent, fishing docks, boat ramps, picnic amenities, grills, and more, Tennessee Riverpark has everything nature lovers need for a good time.
Enterprise South Nature Park – 190 Still Hollow Loop
Last but most certainly not least is Enterprise South Nature Park, located at 190 Still Hollow Loop. Another nature lover’s dream, ESNP boasts everything you need to enjoy the great outdoors.