Caving: Caving can be very dangerous, so it is important to have proper technique along with good equipment.
Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park: Located in northern Georgia and southeastern Tennessee, preserves the sites of two major battles of the American Civil War: the Battle of Chickamauga and the Siege of Chattanooga
Chickamauga Coke Ovens: The beehive ovens of the Durham Iron and Coal Company were designed to turn coal into coke for use in the Iron and Steel Foundries in nearby Chattanooga.
Cloudland Canyon State Park: Home to thousand-foot deep canyons, sandstone cliffs, wild caves, waterfalls, cascading creeks, dense woodland and abundant wildlife, the park offers ample outdoor recreation.
Crawfish Spring: The Spring was named for the Cherokee Indian Chief Crayfish, the earliest recorded settlers in the area.
Gordon Lee Mansion: This is the only structure left standing that was used by both armies during the Battle of Chickamauga. The house served as Union headquarters before, seven division hospitals during and a Confederate hospital after the battle.
LaFayette Golf Course: An escape for golfers searching to find a peaceful atmosphere, in a quiet setting, surrounded by the natural beauty of the north Georgia Mountains. The par 72 course features 6,436 yards of bent grass greens and hybrid Bermuda grass fairways and rough
Lake Winnie Amusement Park: Recognized as one of America’s top ten family amusement parks for all ages.
Lee & Gordon’s Mill: One of the oldest gristmills in the state and is on the National Register of Historical places.
Lula Lake Land Trust: Lula Lake is only open to the general public on the first and last weekends of each month during our Public Access Dates, or as we call them Open Gate Days.
Paradise Garden: Former home and workplace of Baptist minister and folk artist Howard Finster and is now a public park dedicated to his life and art.
Rock City Gardens: Located atop Lookout Mountain, just 6 miles from downtown Chattanooga, Rock City is a true marvel of nature featuring massive ancient rock formations, gardens with over 400 native plant species, and breathtaking "See 7 States" panoramic views.
Rocktown: An outcropping of sandstone boulders on the Appalachian Plateau in northwest Georgia. It consists of several acres of large sandstone boulders; the average size is 30 to 40 feet high.
Shirley Miller Wildlife Trail at The Pocket: A 0.9 mile down and back trail that features a boardwalk, waterfall and nearly 50 varieties of wildflowers. This area is frequented in March and April, when wildflowers are in bloom.
Wilderness Outdoor Movie Theater: Cash-only, open-air movie theater with 2 screens, snacks & a dog walking area in scenic surrounds
Hunter Museum of Art: The museum's collections include works representing the Hudson River School, 19th century genre painting, American Impressionism, the Ashcan School, early modernism, regionalism, and post World War II modern and contemporary art.
Ruby Falls: Journey deep inside historic Lookout Mountain to see the tallest and deepest underground waterfall open to the public in the United States! Descend 260 feet by glass-front elevator to explore ancient formations along the cavern trail to see the thundering falls.
Tennessee Aquarium: Visit the #1 Aquarium in the country for overall guest satisfaction!
Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum: Relive the romance of the rails when vintage trains provided an escape from the everyday routine.
Tivoli Theatre: Also known as the Tivoli and the "Jewel of the South", is a historic theatre in Chattanooga, Tennessee, that opened on March 19, 1921.
Jack Daniel’s Distillery: Crafting something that endures for over 150 years takes time and character. You’ll find plenty of both in the people and history that make Jack Daniel’s.
Experience Chattanooga: Our hiking tours are SO much more than simply meeting up for a walk in the woods together. We strive to provide an exceptional, all-inclusive guide service for those looking to get outdoors in the easiest way possible