As Tennessee RiverPlace sits close to the Tennessee/Georgia border, there is plenty to explore nearby.
In the spring, enjoy the Chattanooga Farmers Market at the First Horizon Pavilion, named in the "Top Ten Public Markets in America" by Frammers. Then, spend the afternoon hanging out in the red fox sanctuary at Audubon Acres.
As the summer heat hits, take to the Tennessee River - accessible by the farm - with canoeing, paddle boarding, and kayaking. Take the kids to splash in the Coolidge Park water fountains to cool off.
When the colors start to change, enjoy the East Tennessee autumn by hiking through the local area trails like the Blue Blazes Trail which leads you through ancient shorelines and forests. In the evening, attend the 3 Sisters Music Festival held at Ross' Landing to get grooving.
As the winter rolls around, dine in remarkable restaurants in downtown Chattanooga and walk past EPB Holiday Windows. Enjoy some family time at Rock City's Enchanted Garden of Lights.