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Built-in the basin of the Tennessee River Gorge, Chattanooga is an outdoor lovers’ paradise. Located in East Tennessee and situated on the Tennessee River, it is the fourth most populous city in the state. The city clocks in at approximately 175,000 people and the metro area at 550,000 people. It hosts the University of Tennessee and is within easy driving distance of Nashville and Atlanta. Nicknamed the “Gig City,” the city was one of the first places in the United States to roll out a city-wide, public fiber-optic network. This network has been a boon to the technology sector and has brought many employers, such as Amazon and Volkswagen, to the city. Rated as one of the best outdoor cities in the country, it has a glutinous amount of parks, plenty of mountains, a great number of caves, and tons to do. If you fancy a waterfall, Ruby Falls will delight you. Do you want to explore dark and mysterious caves? Raccoon Mountain Caverns will bring a smile to your face. If you enjoy the outdoors or blazing internet speeds, you will find much to occupy your time.

The city is home to the Tennessee Valley Authority, TVA, which was created in 1933 by Congress. It provides power throughout the area and reduces the cost of electricity by a sizeable margin. Have you ever heard of a typeface? Well, Chattanooga has one, Chatype. The city continues to find ways to be the first one to do something in the United States. Do you wonder what it is like to experience an old 1920s era theatre? The Tivoli Theatre has been standing since 1921 and was even one of the first buildings to incorporate public air-conditioning. There is so much to do here that it will take you a while to enjoy it all.

Things to Do

Enjoy camping at Prentice Cooper State Forest. It is a protected 6,000 acres of land with 35 miles of trails. It is only 30 minutes from downtown and feels like densely forested wilderness.Jump off Lookout Mountain. Of course, be sure to do so at the Hang Gliding, Flight Park, and Training Center. Enjoyed since 1978, it is one of the oldest gliding schools. It also happens to be one of the largest, so you don’t have to worry about gliding into traffic.

Explore the 16 mile Downtown Riverwalk. It is well built and maintained, flat, and provides a spectacular river view.

Backpack in one of the most famous parks in the world, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is a short 2-hour drive from downtown and has a breathtaking amount of biodiversity.Paddle like an Olympian. In 1996, the Ococee River was used in the Olympics. There are plenty of kayaks available and guides to help you along the way.

Enjoy a romantic evening with a squirrel. The Flying Squirrel in downtown features modern architecture with a drink selection that will astound you. The upstairs lounge, with the mellow music and dim lighting, will charm you and your partner.

Try the local beer. Chattanooga Brewing Company and their motto, “Beer for Adventure,” are always mixing up their brews and attempting new things. You can taste a variety of specially made craft beers on tap.

If you enjoy waterfalls, Ruby Falls is the place to visit. It has a 145-foot underground waterfall illuminated by a variety of lights.

Have you ever wanted to attempt a prison break? Escape Experience offers a unique experience by locking you in a prison room and giving you 60 minutes to escape. From working with others to decoding messages, your brain will get a workout!

Ride in style as you explore the Historic Downtown. There are Segway tours available that are perfect when the weather is pleasant, and a breeze is caressing your face.

Visit a cathedral of nature, Luna Lake. A beautiful, sandstone formation, it hosts a waterfall that you may just decide to stand under.

Do you enjoy locally created coffee? Between Camp Gouse, Mean Mug, and Brash, your caffeine twitch will calm down.

Botany is in full bloom at Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center. With 14 miles of trails, a butterfly garden, and many plants native to the South, flowers are cooler than ever.Visit the Market for an open-aired art show, tasty treats, great music, and fresh produce from all around. Don’t forget Oktoberfest or events like the celebrity chef competitions!

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