Travel and Outdoors

Located in the heart of SC, Columbia has more things for the whole family to do than hours to do them.
The Chattanooga City Council has officially appointed the 15 members who will serve on the board of the city’s first-ever Parks & Outdoors Advisory Committee.
The Chattanooga Audubon Society announced it will conduct a prescribed burn at Maclellan Island in late February or early March. Here’s the need-to-know information.
To celebrate her 28th birthday, City Editor Kristen wanted to share her 28 favorite things about Chattanooga.
Visit the zoo on these days to learn more about the zoo’s conservation and preservation efforts.
The Skyline Loft venue space is the newest addition to Ruby Falls.
Outdoor Chattanooga, a division within the city’s Parks and Outdoors Department, has announced five key goals within its strategic plan for the next four years.
Average daily walking trips dropped by 36% in the US between 2019 and 2022 — see how Chattanooga compares.
How to prepare your garden and what to plant in the winter months.
The Lookout Wild Film Festival is back for another year, showcasing 60+ short and feature films that depict adventure and conservation — we’re here to help you get ready for the full weekend of screenings.
Bike Chattanooga recently added 15 electric scooters to its fleet.
Do you reside in the Red Bank area? This is your chance to provide feedback and thoughts on the city’s Parks and Recreation Master Plan.
Outshine Adventures’ second annual Winter Hike Challenge will return from Dec. 21 to March 19.
Prepare for winter weather in Chattanooga, TN with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks.
With the help of a grant from United Way of Greater Chattanooga + the desire to continue to grow after 25 years, Crabtree Farms will be making some changes to its grounds over the next few years.
The Chattanooga Parks and Outdoors Department is getting in the holiday spirit with its own rendition of “The Elf on the Shelf” — read along on how to find Clark Griswold hiding in various parks.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior or the next Tiger Woods, these 21 golf courses in Chattanooga are sure to make for a good round.
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Join The Omni Grove Park Inn for an eventful New Year’s weekend filled with parties, dancing, comedy + more.
From luxury treehouses to cozy cottages, Chattanooga is full of special places to stay that offer guests a break from traditional motels and hotels.
Whether you like to have your tree up the first week of November or the last, it’s about to be opening day these local spots — come pick out your evergreens with us.
Get a first look at the redevelopment of this North Chattanooga park in the Riverview neighborhood that will be designed to suit the needs of all abilities.
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Ever wanted to hit the trails on an electric mountain bike? We partnered with Rock/Creek to test out their rent-able electric mountain bikes.
The goats are back to work in the area to take care of invasive species, this time at the national military park. Get prepared to hear about this adorable and environmentally-friendly method.
A new long-distance trail route connecting the Chattanooga riverfront to Cloudland Canyon State Park is coming soon to the area.
It’s the season of the pumpkins so we’re rounding up a list of local places to go picking. Check out these patches, farms, and nurseries.
After seven years of collaboration and planning, a brand new park is now open to the public, serving Hamilton County as a vast outdoors sanctuary for all interests.
Tennessee American Water has given out eight grants to local organizations and cities to help facilitate environmentally-friendly efforts — find out what projects are in progress.
The annual 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival will return on Friday, Oct. 6 + Saturday, Oct. 7 at Ross’s Landing.
The 35th annual Tennessee River Rescue is almost here — what better way to appreciate the Scenic City + our outdoor spaces by helping clean our waterways?
The Chattanooga Parks and Outdoors Department has unveiled its plans for Montague Park, keep reading for what’s in store.
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