Tennessee Riverpark Fishing Park

The Tennessee Riverpark, or "Riverwalk," is a paved, lit, multi-use, riverside greenway that connects downtown Chattanooga to Chickamauga Dam, 8 miles to the east.

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One mile west of the dam at the Riverpark's Hubert Fry Center, six fishing piers extend into the Tennessee River. There, anglers of all ages can wet their lines in search of bass, crappie, bluegill and other regional sport fish.

Two public boat launches at the park can also accommodate canoes, kayaks and power boats.

All anglers ages 13-64 must have a Tennessee fishing license, issued by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.

Activity type
Leisure, family, beginner friendly

Related Activities
Walking, hiking, recreational cycling, inline skating, running, picnicking, canoeing, flat water kayaking, SUP

Downloadable Tennessee Riverpark Map
Google Map of Tennessee Riverpark and Fishing Piers
Boating and Fishing Access Sites on Nickajack Lake 
(Tennessee River in Chattanooga)

Distance from Downtown Chattanooga to the Fry Center
6 miles | 11 minutes

GPS Coordinates (Fry Center)
35.097580, -85.252631

Dates | Hours
Dawn to Dusk

Rest Rooms
Yes

Pet Friendly
No

Contact Information
Hamilton County Parks
Tennessee Riverpark
423-842-0177
Tennessee Riverpark

 

Tennessee Riverpark Fishing Park