PETS ARE NOT ALLOWED ON THE TENNESSEE RIVERPARK FROM CHICKAMAUGA DAM TO THE BLUFF VIEW ARTS DISTRICT.
The Bike Chattanooga Bicycle Transit System has stations located at the Riverpark’s Hubert Fry Center, Curtain Pole Road Trailhead, 100 Walnut Street, Coolidge Park, Renaissance Park, Spring Hill Suites, Blue Goose Hollow Trailhead, and Wheland Foundry Trailhead on Middle Street offering the ability to cycle along the greenway and access restaurants and shops in town.
Paddling, Boating, Fishing
The Tennessee Riverpark also offers paddlers and boaters several access points to the Tennessee River Blueway for options of short to multi-day/overnight paddling trips. Check out the Tennessee River Blueway Map for a list of access points. There are several fishing piers and overlooks to quietly observe the variety of wildlife that call the Tennessee River home. The best fishing piers are located at Chickamauga Dam and Hubert Fry Center.
Skating is now allowed on the Tennessee Riverwalk, but the path has multiple bridges, boardwalks, railroad crossings and consistent ridges/gaps that can be difficult or uncomfortable for new skaters and those with indoor skates. Outdoor wheels are recommended.
Open Daily: Sunrise to Sunset
No. Pets are not allowed in Coolidge Park or on the Riverwalk from the Bluff View Art District to the Chickamauga Dam.
Pets are allowed on leash on the Walnut Street Bridge and from downtown to the Wheland Foundry Trailhead.
City of Chattanooga Parks
Hamilton County Parks and Recreation