Best Public Parks in Chattanooga

Expert recommended Top 3 Public Parks in Chattanooga, Tennessee. All of our public parks face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


150 River Street, Chattanooga, TN 37405 Directions

Coolidge Park is one place the most beautiful parks in Chattanooga. It has rock climbing, picnic with your family and friends in plenty of open lawn areas, and even ride a tiger on the 100-year old restored ancient carousel. The park is adjacent to art galleries, local entertainment, shops, and restaurants and serves as a venue for various concerts and festivals. Coolidge Park provides a pleasant old-fashioned adventure with a calliope band organ, ornate gold leaf benches, and 52 hand-carved animals.

Stone Benches, Grassy Fields, Ponds, Walking Trails, Sports Conducting Areas, Event Conducting, Volleyball, Monuments, Dog Parking, Trees, Statues, Slides, Gardens, Aquatic Centre, Restrooms, Hiking, Jogging, Swings, Fountains, Shelters, Bike Riding & Waterfalls


Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 11:00 pm

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4301 Amnicola Highway, Chattanooga, TN 37402 Directions

Tennessee Riverpark is a landscaped path tracing a 10-mile river with public art, fishing piers and picnic tables. It has 150 acres of the river park and offers users opportunities to enjoy a diversity of activities and learning experiences. The park offers many events and programs throughout the year. Tennessee Riverpark has an outdoor fitness station, wheelchair accessible and ample parking.

Kids Grounds, Playgrounds, Playing Equipment, Fountains, Shelters, Sports Conducting, Slides, Picnics, Statues, Monuments, Gardens, Volleyball Courts, Bike Riding, Tables, Hiking, Event Place, Open Areas, Dog Parking, Waterfalls, Walking Trails & Jogging


Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 11:00 pm

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201 Riverfront Parkway, Chattanooga, TN 37402 Directions

Ross's Landing is a renovated park over the Tennessee Aquarium that features a marina, a river pier, and a natural amphitheater. The park hosts small festivals, concerts and for place users to capitalize on a magnificent view of the river. The park has a public boat landing area, seating facilities to watch regattas, concerts, races, or the river's regular activity.

Fountains, Walking Trails, Playgrounds, Kids Grounds, Gardens, Sports Conducting, Event Place, Stone Benches, Picnics, Waterfalls, Amphitheater, Shelters, Dog Parking, Slides, Monuments, Bike Riding, Open Space, Tables, Statues, Aquarium Centre & Football Courts


Open 24 Hours

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