Chattanooga Blog

  • August 28 2014
    Featured Blog - Pints and Pedals

    Featured Blog - Pints and Pedals

    Pints and Pedals is a pub crawl, spin class and parade all rolled into one!

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  • July 18 2014
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    Chattanooga on a Budget

    If you’re looking for a budget-friendly escape, you’ve come to the right place. Chattanooga is rife with opportunities, from outdoor festivals to art museums. And nothing can beat our city’s natural beauty, which you can take in without spending a dime. So tighten your purse strings and pinch your pennies…it’s time to finally take a vacation that doesn’t bust your budget.

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  • July 18 2014
    Best Fried Chicken

    Best Fried Chicken

    In Italy they have pasta. In France, escargot. In the South, it’s fried chicken. Should you get a hankering for this regional delicacy in Chattanooga you’re in luck. There are plenty of places to get your crispy chicken fix, with ambiances as varied as their top-secret recipes.

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  • July 18 2014
    Chattanooga For Seniors

    Chattanooga For Seniors

    While we’re known for beautiful mountain vistas and outdoor adventure sports, you can still explore Chattanooga’s natural beauty without breaking a sweat. We’re also a city steeped in history, with myriad attractions for both active seniors as well as the mobility impaired.

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  • July 15 2014
    Enjoy your reunion in Chattanooga

    Family Reunions in Chattanooga

    Your family may not see eye-to-eye on everything, but Chattanooga is a family reunion destination everyone can agree on. Named one of the top 45 places to go in the world by the New York Times, the Scenic City offers first-class attractions, affordable accommodations and top regional restaurants – not to mention a central location for families spread across the Southeast.

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  • July 15 2014
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    Off the Rails

    The romance of traveling by rail went up in smoke decades ago, but a train centric trip is still possible. Chattanooga was immortalized when Glenn Miller crooned about the Chattanooga Choo Choo in 1941, and we’ve managed to keep that spirit alive with two train museums, Lookout Mountain’s Incline Railway, passenger routes through Missionary Ridge and North Georgia, and even a chance to sleep in a restored Victorian train car.

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  • July 15 2014
    Chickamauga Chattanooga National Military Park

    Chickamauga Chattanooga National Military Park

    For locals, Chickamauga Chattanooga National Military Park is a place to ride bikes, hike or enjoy a picnic lunch. There’s even a popular marathon/half marathon each November, ranked third in the country by Runner’s World. But to truly grasp what happened on that hallowed ground nearly 150 years ago, you have to take a tour.

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  • July 15 2014
    Fishing in Chattanooga

    Fishing in Chattanooga

    It’s one thing to see a monster catfish at the Tennessee Aquarium; it’s quite another to reel one in on 10-pound test line, warns Coast Guard captain and fishing guide Richard Simms.

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  • July 15 2014
    romantic restaurant chattanooga

    Romantic Getaway

    If your last romantic overture was taking out the trash, it’s time to hit the road with your honey. Pull out the defibrillator and give your love life a charge with a romantic getaway to Chattanooga, where you can spend an amorous weekend without spending your entire paycheck.

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  • July 15 2014
    Raccoon Mountain

    Raccoon Mountain

    Sure, you’ve hiked plenty of mountains. But when’s the last time you got to walk over and under the same mountain on the same day? Raccoon Mountain, just 10 minutes from downtown Chattanooga, offers an over-under experience like no other.

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