Stringers Ridge Park

Stringers Ridge is a 92 acre urban wilderness park located in North Chattanooga. The ridge overlooks the Tennessee River and can be viewed clearly from the downtown waterfront.

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The result of a citizen based effort to preserve one of the last large natural areas within the City of Chattanooga limits, the park features easy to moderately technical multi use trails, a Civil War cannon placement and spectacular views of the city.

The park is managed by the City of Chattanooga in partnership with the Tennessee River Gorge Trust.

Related Activities 
Mountain biking, geocaching, nature viewing, day hiking

IMPORTANT: Some trail traffic changes direction on alternate days. Please pay attention to trail signage and maps.

Downloadable Trail Map and Brochure

Distance from Outdoor Chattanooga
2 Miles | 5 minutes

GPS Coordinates (Spears Ave. Trailhead)
35.078811,-85.308841

Google Map to Stringers Ridge

Activity type
Leisure, family with trails ranging from easy to technical

Dates | Hours
Dawn to Dusk

Trail length
3 trail loops totaling 10 miles, rated easy to strenous and techincal

Contact Information
City of Chattanooga Parks
Phone: 423-425-6311

Tennessee River Gorge Trust
1214 Dartmouth Street
Chattanooga, TN 37405
Phone: 423-266-0314

Tennessee River Gorge Trust Website

Stringers Ridge Park