- The list below includes 44 free or cheap things to do in or near Chattanooga, Tennessee, including 58 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Parks and Bridges.
- From Walnut Street Bridge to Lookout Mountain, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Chattanooga and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hixson, Lookout Mountain, Cleveland and Harrison.
The first brick home to house a Cherokee chief, the Chief Vann House Historic Site is constructed entirely out of bricks made from clay harvested on the building site. The Site includes a blacksmith station,
Providing river rafting adventures since 1983, Quest Expeditions has grown to provide much more than white water excitement. Featuring large changing rooms, cabin rentals, volleyball court, and kayaking, Quest has it all.
Providing river rafting thrills since 1978, High Country Adventures, offers river packages including Level V rapids for the most adventurous rafters. Guests can also book caving and rock climbing excursions, cabin rentals, and rope courses.
A white water rafting trip with Adventures Unlimited is your opportunity to enjoy a full-service rafting and camping adventure. Featuring a variety of rafting packages, log cabin lodging, or camping hookups, this adventure should be on your bucket list.
IRIDE, or The Indian River Institute for Dressage and Equestrians, offers horse riding lessons, dressage instruction, and competition coaching. The owner and instructor boasts over 30 years of riding and dressage experience. IRIDE also offers horses for sale.
For an action-packed adventure, visit Cherokee Rafting featuring 10-miles of white water rafting through the Cherokee National Forest. From beginners to advanced rafters, from small groups to large, you can't go wrong with this adrenaline rush.
Offering guided group whitewater rafting trips down the Ocoee River, Cherokee Rafting Service Inc features trips of varying length and challenge. A section of one trip includes the area used for whitewater events in the 1996 Olympics.
Whether you are planning an action-packed trip for a small group or corporate outing, let Cascade Outdoors provide you with the white water experience of a lifetime. All you have to do is choose the rafting package, then let Cascade's experienced guide do the rest.
Located on Fort Mountain in the Appalachians, Cohutta Overlook is a scenic overlook that offers panoramic views of the wilderness surrounding the mountain. After a short hike, visitors can look down on the Chattahoochee National Forest.