Man's hands holding fishing rod by the lake

Go Fish: The Chattanooga Area’s Top Fishing Spots

It’s been said that a true fisherman never reveals his best spots – you wouldn’t want to share your favorite fishing hole with dozens of eager anglers on an early Sunday morning, after all. Fortunately, the Scenic City has enough quality fishing destinations to go around. Here, we’ve rounded up the cream of the crop to ensure the best catch.

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Moon River Festival at Coolidge Park in Chattanooga

Chattanooga Concert Series

What’s great about live music in the Scenic City is its blend of exclusivity and creative overlap. You’ll only have one select night in town this year to hear Lauren Jenkins, who was named an Artist to Watch by Rolling Stone, Billboard, Pandora, and The New York Times. But if you’re impressed by local duo Rye Baby at Chattanooga Nightfall on July 23, you can see them again at Riverfront Nights on July 31 and Cherry Street Tavern on August 7. Part of what makes this possible is Chattanooga’s string of concert series. This time of year, if you’re up for it, the concert series in town will keep your social calendar booked well into fall (and beyond). Here’s a look at the lineup.

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man and woman kayaking

Chattanooga Water Rentals

The miles and miles of paddle-ready water accessible within minutes of downtown is one of the reasons National Geographic Adventure named Chattanooga one of the “Best Adventure Towns in the U.S. to Live and Play.” And there’s no need to own your own watercraft if you’re looking to paddle or cruise on the Tennessee River, Chickamauga Lake, and local tributaries. In Chattanooga, rentals are easy to come by.

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Axe throwing

Game On 3.0

In our third look at Chattanooga’s best opportunities for the competitive-minded, we turn our sights toward wit, agility, and strength.

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