Outdoor Chattanooga’s newsletter highlights the awesome outdoor activities happening in and around Chattanooga that will connect you to the outdoors and inspire you to come out and play with us!
Outdoor Chattanooga has spent the last 20 years servicing the outdoor community and supporting the development of this town as an outdoor hub. We decided this year to look at our progress and the direction we would like to pursue moving forward. We bring you our...
December 13th-16th 2023
Chattanooga Convention Center
One Carter Plaza
Chattanooga, TN 37402
THEY ARE HERE!!! All terrain wheelchairs for both adult and children are here!
“Booker T. Washington State Park is proud to now offer an all-terrain wheelchair—helping visitors with mobility challenges have more access to trails and serene spots to enjoy free of charge.
The chairs are available for both children and adults and can be operated independently or with the option of allowing caretaker control.”
Chattanooga Parks and Outdoors Winter GuideThe 2023 Chattanooga Parks and Outdoors Winter Activity Guide is here! Outdoor Chattanooga, along with all of the other wonderful divisions in our Department of Parks and Outdoors, has so many awesome programs and events...
The Chattanooga Parks and Outdoors Summer Guide is out!! Check out all of the fun programs and events coming up this summer.
National Bike to Work Day is just around the corner! We hope you are able to join Outdoor Chattanooga in celebrating this fun and exciting day. Here you can find all the information you need to participate!
Join Outdoor Chattanooga and the Department of Parks and Outdoors this month as we highlight Mental Health Awareness Month.
November 2021Archery is back! Outdoor Chattanooga is offering free indoor archery sessions on select Tuesdays starting in November and scheduled through February 2022!! All sessions occur at the Outdoor Chattanooga Center, 200 River St. in Coolidge Park. All...
September 2021In honor of National Wildlife Day on September 4, we're highlighting the best places in the Chattanooga area to view wildlife in their natural habitats. National Wildlife Day was created in 2006 to honor the late wildlife conservationist Steve Irwin -...
Notice of Program CancellationsWith growing concerns related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), on March 13, Mayor Andy Berke signed an Executive Order suspending all public events in the City of Chattanooga for 30 days to combat the spread of the virus. The city is...
REGISTRATION IS REQUIREDBring your own lunchYoga truly has no bounds and is accessible in every BODY!No experience is necessary.This is a Parks and Outdoors Recreation Division offering!https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfy7uke9i_IWZSKy1H-nuRRSGLX-S881wHfGBy6PlfMSSfWFg/viewformLocation: Greenway Farm Conference […]
Learn more about how to get involved with the club and even more opportunities to get outdoors!https://www.sierraclub.org/tennessee/cherokeeThe Sierra Club is the most enduring and influential grassroots environmental organization in the […]
View remnants and ruins of the town of Old Harrison by kayak, which was lost when submerged from the creation of Chickamauga Dam in 1940. Our guided and fully equipped […]
Chattanooga Grotto is the caving club of Chattanooga, TN. Meetings are held every first Monday of the month at Outdoor Chattanooga in Coolidge Park at 7PM EST. Anyone is welcome […]