Bike Chattanooga Parks (Family)
Using trailheads at Outdoor Chattanooga in Coolidge Park, Renaissance Park, Ross' Landing or at the Hubert Fry Center on the Tennessee Riverpark, families can explore up to 10 miles of the area's waterfront parks and and greenways by bicycle.
Photo Contributed by Steven Llorca
Adults and kids ages 16 and older can subscribe to Bike Chattanooga and use the system's 7-speed cruiser bicycles, located at stations in downtown parks and at the Hubert Fry Center. Cost is $6 per person for 24 hours access to the system.
Kids under 16 can bring their own bicycle and lock them up at one of the dozens of public bicycle racks located in the parks.
Distance from Outdoor Chattanooga to the Tennessee Riverpark's Hubert Fry Center
12 minutes | 6 miles
Directions from Outdoor Chattanooga to the Hubert Fry Center
From downtown Chattanooga, take Broad St. north to 2nd Ave. and turn left. Take the first right onto Chestnut St. then the next right onto Riverfront Parkway. Stay on Riverfront Parkway as it becomes Riverside Dr. (TN-58) Continue for 3.2 miles. The entrance to the Tennessee Riverpark Fry Center will be on the left.
Leisure, family, easy, paved trail
Walking, hiking, inline skating, running, canoeing, flat water kayaking
Dates | Hours
Open year round, dawn to dusk.
2-10 miles, depending on route
No. Pets are allowed on downtown bridges and in downtown parks.