Soddy-Daisy

Waterfront Vistas and Countryside Escapes

Surrounded by countryside and the beautiful Soddy Lake, Soddy-Daisy is a premier place to live, with family-friendly neighborhoods and easy access to top schools, employers, and medical care.


Soddy-Daisy residents can enjoy relaxed waterfront living with the close proximity of Soddy Lake, while those seeking a countryside home will enjoy quaint neighborhoods that feature wooded and secluded lots and large expanses of land. Popular neighborhoods include Sunset Estates, River Watch, Emerald Bay, Barrington Pointe, Nature Trail, Bridgewater Pointe, Bella Point, and Cedar Pointe. A surge in residential development has seen a number of new subdivisions, including Stonegate and Goose Creek, springing to life. New customizable homes with a wide selection of amenities can also be found at The Farm, a subdivision off Clift Mill Road.

Downtown Chattanooga is only a short drive from Soddy-Daisy, providing residents with convenient access to top employers such as Unum, TVA, BlueCross BlueShield, EPB, and more. Soddy-Daisy connects to Highway 27, providing easy access to Dayton, Tennessee employers, including IAC Group and La-Z-Boy. TVA’s Sequoyah Nuclear Plant, which supplies over 1,000 jobs, is also located nearby.

Highway 27 provides residents easy access to Dayton, Tennessee, as well as downtown Chattanooga. Thoroughfares in Soddy-Daisy also connect to Highway 153 and interstates that lead to the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, as well as major cities such as Knoxville, Nashville, Birmingham, and Atlanta.

Younger students in the area are zoned for Soddy, Allen, and Daisy Elementary, while Soddy Daisy Middle and High School and Sequoyah High, a vocational school, cater to older students. Soddy-Daisy is also home to Ivy Academy, Tennessee’s first environmentally themed public school for grades 6-12.

Only a short commute away, Erlanger North provides 24/7 emergency care along with other medical services. Also nearby, CHI Memorial of Hixson offers emergency services, an imaging center, rehabilitation, and other specialized medical services. Hixson is also recognized for its top-of-the-line senior care facilities, including Morning Pointe of Hixson, Life Care Center of Hixson, Dominion Senior Living of Hixson, and Brookdale Senior Living.

Soddy Lake is a popular destination for flat-water paddling and birdwatching. Residents also enjoy the nearby North Chickamauga Creek Gorge State Natural Area, which has scenic hiking trails and world-class bouldering. Another great destination with hiking trails and waterfall views is the 285 acres of Big Soddy Creek Gulf, located on the outskirts of Soddy-Daisy. The crystal-clear waters of the Blue Hole are also a hot spot for outdoor recreation, offering a natural swimming area alongside North Chickamauga Creek.

Parks located in Soddy-Daisy are pristine areas maintained by the City of Soddy-Daisy Parks and Recreation Department. The Kids Park, featuring playgrounds, a walking track, a basketball court, and several ball fields, is a popular spot for families. Soddy-Daisy is also home to Veterans Park, which has several dedicated monuments and memorials in addition to ball fields, a walking track, a gazebo, and a pavilion.

Soddy-Daisy boasts unique art facilities such as Horsin’ Around, a carving school that facilitates the creation and restoration of wooden carousel animals, and Paint It Yours, which offers personalized painting parties.

Soddy-Daisy is home to an annual 4th of July celebration featuring live music, inflatables, food and craft vendors, and fireworks. Another popular event is “Running with Sasquatch,” a 5K trail race supporting Ivy Academy. During the holiday season, residents enjoy the annual Soddy-Daisy Christmas Parade held on Dayton Pike. The parade includes decorated floats, live animals, fire trucks, and an appearance from Santa Claus.

Traditional Southern restaurants and classic American eateries can be found in Soddy-Daisy. The area is home to a selection of chain restaurants, as well as establishments that boast beautiful waterfront dining.

Did you know?

Soddy and Daisy were thriving coal mining communities up until the 1930s; nearly 40 years later, the City of Soddy-Daisy was established.

Waterfront Vistas and Countryside Escapes

Surrounded by countryside and the beautiful Soddy Lake, Soddy-Daisy is a premier place to live, with family-friendly neighborhoods and easy access to top schools, employers, and medical care.

Real Estate:

Soddy-Daisy residents can enjoy relaxed waterfront living with the close proximity of Soddy Lake, while those seeking a countryside home will enjoy quaint neighborhoods that feature wooded and secluded lots and large expanses of land. Popular neighborhoods include Sunset Estates, River Watch, Emerald Bay, Barrington Pointe, Nature Trail, Bridgewater Pointe, Bella Point, and Cedar Pointe. A surge in residential development has seen a number of new subdivisions, including Stonegate and Goose Creek, springing to life. New customizable homes with a wide selection of amenities can also be found at The Farm, a subdivision off Clift Mill Road.

Top Employers:

Downtown Chattanooga is only a short drive from Soddy-Daisy, providing residents with convenient access to top employers such as Unum, TVA, BlueCross BlueShield, EPB, and more. Soddy-Daisy connects to Highway 27, providing easy access to Dayton, Tennessee employers, including IAC Group and La-Z-Boy. TVA’s Sequoyah Nuclear Plant, which supplies over 1,000 jobs, is also located nearby.

Transportation:

Highway 27 provides residents easy access to Dayton, Tennessee, as well as downtown Chattanooga. Thoroughfares in Soddy-Daisy also connect to Highway 153 and interstates that lead to the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, as well as major cities such as Knoxville, Nashville, Birmingham, and Atlanta.

Education:

Younger students in the area are zoned for Soddy, Allen, and Daisy Elementary, while Soddy Daisy Middle and High School and Sequoyah High, a vocational school, cater to older students. Soddy-Daisy is also home to Ivy Academy, Tennessee’s first environmentally themed public school for grades 6-12.

Health + Wellness:

Only a short commute away, Erlanger North provides 24/7 emergency care along with other medical services. Also nearby, CHI Memorial of Hixson offers emergency services, an imaging center, rehabilitation, and other specialized medical services. Hixson is also recognized for its top-of-the-line senior care facilities, including Morning Pointe of Hixson, Life Care Center of Hixson, Dominion Senior Living of Hixson, and Brookdale Senior Living.

Outdoors:

Soddy Lake is a popular destination for flat-water paddling and birdwatching. Residents also enjoy the nearby North Chickamauga Creek Gorge State Natural Area, which has scenic hiking trails and world-class bouldering. Another great destination with hiking trails and waterfall views is the 285 acres of Big Soddy Creek Gulf, located on the outskirts of Soddy-Daisy. The crystal-clear waters of the Blue Hole are also a hot spot for outdoor recreation, offering a natural swimming area alongside North Chickamauga Creek.

Parks:

Parks located in Soddy-Daisy are pristine areas maintained by the City of Soddy-Daisy Parks and Recreation Department. The Kids Park, featuring playgrounds, a walking track, a basketball court, and several ball fields, is a popular spot for families. Soddy-Daisy is also home to Veterans Park, which has several dedicated monuments and memorials in addition to ball fields, a walking track, a gazebo, and a pavilion.

Arts:

Soddy-Daisy boasts unique art facilities such as Horsin’ Around, a carving school that facilitates the creation and restoration of wooden carousel animals, and Paint It Yours, which offers personalized painting parties.

Festivals:

Soddy-Daisy is home to an annual 4th of July celebration featuring live music, inflatables, food and craft vendors, and fireworks. Another popular event is “Running with Sasquatch,” a 5K trail race supporting Ivy Academy. During the holiday season, residents enjoy the annual Soddy-Daisy Christmas Parade held on Dayton Pike. The parade includes decorated floats, live animals, fire trucks, and an appearance from Santa Claus.

Dining:

Traditional Southern restaurants and classic American eateries can be found in Soddy-Daisy. The area is home to a selection of chain restaurants, as well as establishments that boast beautiful waterfront dining.

Did you know?

Soddy and Daisy were thriving coal mining communities up until the 1930s; nearly 40 years later, the City of Soddy-Daisy was established.

 
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