There are so many great water activities to do in Chattanooga and its a huge reason why people come to visit! All of our homes are located close to many of these water activities which makes our properties the perfect place to stay during you time here in Chattanooga. During the late spring and into fall is the best time to get out there and splash into some of the city's best water activities. Whether you're looking for adventure or some fun with the kiddos, we have you covered with this list of our favorites.
|At L2 Outside you can rent paddle boards and kayaks and explore what the Tennessee River has to offer right in Downtown Chattanooga! A day filled with adventure and fun!
|131 River Street Chattanooga, TN 37405
|Make an appointment today with Billy! At Canoe Kayak Chattanooga you can rent, Kayaks, Canoe`s, Fishing Boat or even Pontoon Boat for you and your family to enjoy a beautiful ride on the Tennessee River!
Canoe Kayak Chattanooga?? is on 13 private flat acres of an Island in the middle of the 27 mile long Tennessee River Gorge. This is the most beautiful and untouched part of all the TRG Gorge. They have the highest mountains of all the 652 miles of The Tennessee River at 1,800` ft. tall surrounding the flat island. And only 3 feet down to river, In shade all day.
|9852 Mullins Cove Road Whitwell, Tn. 37397
|Ready to see Chattanooga from a new angle? Join us for a narrated boat tour aboard our authentic renovation WWII amphibious duck boat! Once you`re immersed in the Tennessee River, you`ll enjoy spectacular views of downtown Chattanooga and the riverfront, as well as the Maclellan Island wildlife sanctuary. Along the way, we`ll tell you all about the unique, fun and entertaining history of the city and the river that flows through it! Even our local guests are thrilled to learn amazing facts about the area they didn`t know!
|151 Riverfront Parkway Chattanooga, TN 37402
|Click the website to find the BEST fishing locations in Chattanooga. The best thing about fishing in Southeast Tennessee is the incredible diversity of fish habitat, from cascading streams in the highlands to the tributaries, reservoirs, and tail-waters of the Tennessee River. Tennessee is home to more species of freshwater fish than anywhere in the North American continent, and nowhere else within the state is the diversity of habitat more pronounced or accessible than in the Chattanooga region.
All anglers ages 13-64 must have a Tennessee fishing license, issued by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. Fishing regulations also apply in Georgia and Alabama.
|Ready for adventure and adrenaline? Are you prepared to laugh, scream, get soaking wet and have the time of your life? If so, you`ve reached the right destination! Raft One White Water is Tennessee`s premier white water river rafting experts. When you choose Raft One, you will experience the best white water rafting experience in Tennessee!