Bike or Run the Tennessee Riverwalk

Tennessee Tennessee Riverwalk

Added by Clare Healy

The Tennessee Riverwalk is a beautiful 13-mile path that runs along the Tennessee River from downtown Chattanooga to Chickamauga Dam. This path is perfect for biking, walking, and running and takes you through a plethora of parks, marshes, and other attractions. 

The Tennessee Riverwalk is a part of the Tennessee Riverpark System that features the Coolidge Park, Renaissance Park, Ross's Landing, and the Walnut Street Bridge, all jewels of downtown Chattanooga. It is a networks of boardwalks, bridges, and paved pathways that runs alongside the Tennessee River. 

It is regularly used by locals and visitors as a way to see parts of the Tennessee River and for exercise. If visiting town, you can pick up a Bike Chattanooga bicycle at one of the rental stations right downtown. 

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  • Camera
  • Water 
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Activities:

Chillin, Cycling, Photography, Running

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Year Round

Trail Type:

Point-to-Point

Distance:

13 Miles

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Features:

Bathrooms
Dog Friendly
Family Friendly
Food Nearby
Groups
Handicap Accessible
Picnic Area
River
Romantic
Scenic

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4 months ago

Beautiful Location

Love this gem and the little town. Great location. Not difficult.

4 months ago

Added by Clare Healy

Adventure storyteller, outdoor explorer, and taco eater from the west. If you're in the California area, let's go on an adventure.

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