Views of Hamilton County
Blue Rounded Corner
Managed in Partnership by Hamilton County, TN and the City of Chattanooga 
(Click on map to view larger map and to view information on each park)
The Tennessee RiverPark is the crown jewel of Hamilton County’s Park system. Beginning at TVA’s Chickamauga Dam and stretching ten miles along the Tennessee River to downtown Chattanooga, this linear park offers users opportunities to enjoy a variety of activities and learning experiences.

The Riverwalk itself is an eight to ten foot wide, landscaped and lighted concrete trail leading to parks and breath-taking views along the river. It is designed for use by both walkers and bicycle riders.
Click on link below to view several pictures of Public Art in the various parks

Below are pictures of the new banners along the Riverwalk:
What does the TN Riverpark have?
  • BOAT RAMPS: 2 boat ramps with parking for trailers
  • DRINKING FOUNTAINS: Located at each restroom and throughout the Park
  • EMERGENCY PHONES: Spaced one mile apart, connected directly to the 911 center
  • FISHING PIERS: 6 piers – 5 covered - 3 handicap accessible
  • MARSH MEETING FACILITY: Capacity 25 (reservations required)
  • MILE MARKERS: Bronze fish are imbedded in the Riverwalk at ½ mile increments
  • OPEN SPACES: Amnicola Marsh, the Ellipse, activity field at C.B. Robinson Bridge, Chickamauga Dam
  • PICNIC FACILITIES: Located throughout the Park
  • PUBLIC ART: Located throughout the Park
  • RESTROOMS: 7 handicap accessible restrooms along the Riverwalk
  • SECURITY: Park Rangers patrol the park 24 hours daily
  • SHELTERS: #1, #2, #3 and #4 (reservations required)
  • SIGNAGE: Signage at entry points, directional and interpretive signage throughout the Park
  • WILDLIFE: A wide variety of birds and reptiles
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