Coolidge Park

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Keep in mind this location's hours may vary. It is always a good idea to call before coming in person.

Coolidge Park, located on the city’s North Shore, is a popular destination for concerts, movies in the park, festivals and special events. Chattanooga's Coolidge Park is named after Charles Coolidge, World War II Army veteran and Chattanooga native. It is the place where you can overlook the beautiful Tennessee River, play in an interactive water fountain, stroll across on one of the world’s largest pedestrian bridges-the Walnut Street Bridge, test your skills at rock climbing, picnic with your family in plenty of open green spaces, admire a military memorial and even ride a tiger on the 100-year old restored antique carousel.

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How Do I Get Here?

It is fairly easy to get around in Chattanooga. Here are some of the options:

Free Electrical Shuttle - yes, it's free!
Chatty Wagon - free, check their service area
Bike Chattanooga - $8/day or $50/year
Uber or Lift
Your own car - parking is not always easy
Your own bike
Walking

Things To Do Nearby

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Nearby Restaurants

Nearby Coffee Shops

Mean Mug Coffee House North

Starbucks – North Shore

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