Chattanooga & the Tennessee River Basin

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Come explore Chattanooga’s scenic landscape to enjoy rivers and mountains, local food and farms, Civil War and Native American history, religious heritage, regional food, music and art, and one-of-a-kind festivals throughout the seasons.

The 652-mile Tennessee River is formed at the confluence of the Holston and French Broad rivers to the east of Knoxville and flows south into Alabama and Mississippi and then north into Kentucky where it empties into the Ohio River. A number of communities and businesses throughout the region provide river access, fishing, marinas, outfitters, food, lodging and camping.


June 26, 2020
The Continental Congress approved the final wording of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Since 1870, when
March 6, 2020
    Harrison Bay- Tennessee’s First State Park Harrison Bay became Tennessee’s first state park in 193
March 6, 2020
Mountain Biking – Bird Watching – Fishing – More   One of Tennessee’s smaller and lesser-known
February 6, 2020
For instance, try shaking this image from your mind next time you drive by Cameron Hill in downtown Chattanooga:  Accor
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Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park in Rossville is a celebrated symbol of small-town Americana. Founded in 1926 by Carl a
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