Sitting at a coffee shop on Main Street thinking what an amazing transformation this part of the city has made. Staring at the electric bikes that line the sidewalk, the beautiful landscaping and the rustic look of the old buildings that line Main Street. It really gives the feel of a north western city that forces the thought of getting outside for recreation or even work. The feel of raw entrepreneurship fills the air. Once a vision a passion and an undying commitment. Travelers and Chattanooga natives alike could spend an entire day in this part of the city. Cool shops, health food markets, open air matkets, festivals, and the Chattanooga Choo right around the corner makes Main Street and magnet for all types.
Moving closer to downtown for more family fun entertainment. The main attraction being the sea and salt water Tennessee Aquariums. The pedestrian bridge stands alone with beautiful views of the Tennesee River Valleys and Chattanooga’s Signal and Lookout Mountains. The mountains offer hiking, biking, and trail running trails, that will keep the biggest outdoor enthusiast happy for days. Chattanooga’s Rivers and rivers surrounding the Chattanooga area facilitate kayaking canoeing recreational boating and more. Camping is also a favorite activity for Chattanoogans.
After admiring the views from the walking bridge head over to plan the perfect outdoor adventure at Rock Creek. Don’t forget to visit Coolige Park and the fun shops on Frazier. Little ones can splash around in the fountain and ride the carousel. Can’t get enough head back downtown to the Creative discovery museum for more family entertainment. Notice all the dining out options and YES even sports bars and night life. It’s no wonder why Chattanooga has been nominated top city in outdoor magazine and various internet sites. Only just beginning explain why Chattanooga is the best place to live and to visit. It’s got so many great aspects and the people make it truely amazing. With all the entrepreneurial people and beautifully restored outdoors where can it go wrong?