Chattanooga Riverwalk (Tennessee Riverpark)

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The Chattanooga Riverwalk, also known as the Tennessee Riverpark, will ultimately stretch 22 miles from downtown Chattanooga near the Tennessee Aquarium to the TVA Dam and out to Moccasin Bend National Archaeological District (additional loops included in the mileage).

For now, 8 miles of the riverwalk are open and follow the south bank of the Tennessee River. A footbridge on the west end (near John Ross Bridge/Market St./SR 8 takes you to the north bank and Coolidge Park.

Parking and Trail Access

Follow I-24 to Chattanooga and exit onto US Highway 27 North to Downtown Chattanooga. Take exit 1C and merge right onto 4th street. Take a left on Chestnut Street and go three blocks, past the aquarium. You'll see the parking sign for Ross's Landing in front of you across the street. Park at the landing.

There are numerous other parking and access points. For more information, contact:

Hamilton County Parks & Recreation
1102 S. Watkins Street
Chattanooga, TN 37404


Nice...stay to yourself

   August, 2016 by jalizonya

Great way for the city to spend my tax dollars. Love the new extension to st elmo. Thing is, apparently we've lost our southern hospitality so don't expect locals to yield any sort of right of way. Nice ride though. read more


   May, 2016 by madisonvoice

I ride my mountain bike on the Riverwalk almost every day. I ride from the dam to Coolidge park and back. I'm amazed at how groomed it is at all times. I don't carry water because there are bathrooms and water fountains every 1.5 miles or so. I've ridden more

almost everyday

   May, 2016 by rjchris

I ride from the damn to the 6 mile marker and back at least 5 days a week. There are bathrooms almost every 1.5 miles with many places to stop and rest read more