Area Map and Location InformationWhen you first make it to the city of Chattanooga, one of the first things you notice is the beautiful Tennessee River and how Chattanooga sits right on the outer banks. The incredible architecture of the Aquarium with the Lookouts Stadium is picturesque on the drive-in. You will also notice our 3 bridges; Market Street, Walnut Street, and Veterans Bridge are key staples within the city that help direct traffic from going to North Shore to Southside or vise versa for both vehicles and pedestrians. The Walnut Street walking bridge is a highly trafficked walking bridge for all of our Chattanooga locals and tourists.
Map of Chattanooga
There are two main highways that lead you into the city of Chattanooga; I-24 and US-27.
I-24 runs from East to West and US-27 runs from North to South. Birmingham, Huntsville, Knoxville, Nashville, and Atlanta are all roughly within a 2-hour radius of Chattanooga. (Please see our 'Driving Instructions' page for further details.) Chattanooga is a destination hub filled with adventure and surrounded by incredible mountains with the city that winds around the river.
Chattanooga RiverWalk Map
Below the walking bridge on the south side of the river is the Chattanooga RiverWalk. A 12-mile walking trail that you can walk, run, bike, or even rent a scooter! While passing over the freeway, you may even see kayakers or paddle boarders taking advantage of a beautiful day out on the water. The character of Chattanooga is breathtaking. Marble and brick buildings surround the city filled with restaurants, pubs, attractions, and more!