North Chattanooga sits on the north shore of the Tennessee River, across from the Tennessee Aquarium and the Revitalized Riverfront. North Chattanooga is an eclectic neighborhood with boutique shops and local eateries. It’s home to Outdoor Chattanooga, Coolidge and Renaissance Park, the Carousel, Walnut Street Bridge, and Stringer’s Ridge, a 92-acre pocket wilderness park with 6 miles of hiking and biking trails. North Chattanooga is a great place to explore by foot, bike or watercraft. There are two canoe/kayak launches in Coolidge Park for paddlers to access the Tennessee River Blueway and paddle around Maclellan Island or downstream around Moccasin Bend. North Chickamauga Creek and the City of Chattanooga’s Greenway farm park offer family friendly trails, a dog park and paddling on the quiet creek. Try your hand at disc golf at Chattanooga’s premiere disc golf course, The Sinks. Be sure to stop by Outdoor Chattanooga to say hi, ask questions and get information about all the awesome outdoor activities available in the Scenic City.