See downtown Chattanooga become a Festive Forest

Miller Park, just in time for the festive season, will become its own little winter wonderland, featuring 50 trees that will be decorated by sponsors within the community.

NOOGAtoday | A blue sign that says "Miller Park Station" and "Happy Holidays" in white with snowflakes on it.

Our downtown park will soon be a Festive Forest filled with decorated trees and lights.

Photo by EPB via Chattanooga Tourism Co.

Imagine Miller Park as Chattanooga’s very own winter wonderland filled with holiday lights and trees adorned with tinsel, garlands, and ornaments. Enter: The Better Business Bureau’s Festive Forest celebration.

In partnership with EPB + the Chattanooga Parks and Outdoors Department, the BBB will bring 50 live trees to the downtown area to act in conjunction with EPB’s annual holiday window display. This festive display was inspired by and will be similar to the Tinsel Trail design in Huntsville, AL.

Bonus: Businesses and organizations who are sponsors will decorate one of the 6-ft Frazier fir trees (platform, power, signage, a lighted boundary + overnight security included). There are still three trees up for grabs — those interested can inquire via email.

Trees can be decorated Saturday, Nov. 18 through Wednesday, Nov. 22 + will go live to the public at 5 p.m. that Wednesday. The Festival Forest will run through New Year’s Eve.

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