Nice place to hang out. Beautiful and majestic. Once We were there during a bike race so it can busy and filled with excitement when there are events going on. All in all a nice place to be
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Located on the river front of the Tennessee River. Dedicated to the original 7 native Indian tribes of the area. Located in the heart of the city.
Was here about 10-11 years ago. They have really added a lot down here. Saw an evening concert, but during the day, it does need to be cleaned up a bit. Saw dead fish and an owl floating around.
The family went to the Tennessee Riverpark and while visiting we learned the history of the Indians and how unfortunately they lost their land and lives during Andrew Jackson day, it was a great experience and site to see. Would definitely recommend to other individually...More
The Tennessee Riverpark has a path that stretches for miles, but our favorite spot is next to Chattanooga State Community College. It's got a great playground (2 separate playgrounds with age appropriate equipment to serve both younger kids and older kids, separately), multiple large covered...More
Too bad the fountain wasn't working nor was the water running from the stairs. But still a nice spot in Chattanooga to visit. A lot of Indian art and explenation of the signs.
We stumbled on the river park while we were walking around trying to find something to do after we saw the lines for the Museum and Aquarium had snaked out the door. The water steps are an homage to the Cherokee Nation who used to...More
Nice park and place to walk or picnic. Great for kids to play and cool off in summer heat. Nice view of the Tennessee River and bridges.
I imagine that there is more to the Riverpark than I experienced, so I'll clarify that I am speaking about the water features in front of the aquarium. There's a large open pedestrian plaza that has river-like water features that kids can play in. It's...More
This is the perfect place to walk, run, picnic or just sight see around this gorgeous city...You can rent bikes...so many restaurants to choose from, you can rent kayaks too!!!