- TripBuzz found 50 things to do with kids in or near Chattanooga, Tennessee, including 22 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hixson, Lookout Mountain, Cleveland and Harrison.
- From Tennessee Aquarium to Creative Discovery Museum, the Chattanooga area offers 59 different types of family activities, including: Bridges, Scenic Railroads, Specialty Museums and Nature & Wildlife Areas.
- Chattanooga acts as the fourth largest city in the state of Tennessee and a central urban hub of the southeastern region. It is located along Chickamauga Lake and Nickajack Lake roughly 120 miles from both Knoxville, Tennessee and Atlanta, Georgia. The size of the city makes it a popular festival and event site for the region, including the nine-day music-based Riverbend Festival in June.
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Little River Canyon Rim Scenic Drive, Fort Payne, AL 35967 MoreLess Info
Mushroom Rocks are unusual natural rock formations in the middle of Highway 176. There is a specific rock formation that is shaped like a giant mushroom along with a number of other unusual rock formations in the immediate area.
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1503 E Willow Street, Scottsboro, AL 35768 MoreLess Info
Featuring 20 lanes of bowling, Victory Lanes Bowling Center provides automatic scoring and a pro shop. The center offers food, drinks and alcoholic beverages, game and party rooms and league bowling for all ages.
88% 17 votes
105 5th Street NE, Fort Payne, AL 35967 MoreLess Info
The building that holds the Fort Payne Depot Museum acted as the home depot for the Alabama-Great Southern Railroad for 85 years. Permanent exhibits of Native American artifacts and United States military history are held in the museum.
25% 4 votes
Asbury Rd, Manchester, TN MoreLess Info
With over 346 acres of grassland, May Prairie Natural Area offers visitors trails to hike and enjoy birding from. Visitors can view over 300 species of plant life, including three different grass species.
100% 2 votes
Fort Payne, AL 35967 MoreLess Info
From Little River Falls Boardwalk, visitors can enjoy the river rapids and surrounding forests from a birds eye view. The boardwalk has several tables for visitors to have picnics on.
100% 1 votes
201 45th St NE, Fort Payne, AL 35967 MoreLess Info
The historic Andrew Ross Home Site is a privately-owned home that was built in 1821 by Andrew Ross. The home still has original architectural structures such as the second story balcony and the horse stables.
100% 15 votes
PO Box, Fort Payne, AL 35967 MoreLess Info
A sports outfitter that provides gear, apparel, and paraphernalia as well as guided trips and lodging, True Adventure Sports offers 34 different sports adventures. Trips on offer include ziplining, rock climbing, canoeing, and rappelling.
100% 1 votes
4th Street, Fort Payne, AL 35967 MoreLess Info
A certified historic site on the Trail of Tears, the mysterious Old Fort Payne Cabin Site dates back to 1838. The cabin was torn down in 1946 and only the old cabin foundation and chimney remain.
87% 280 votes
1437 Cumberland Caverns Rd, McMinnville, TN 37110 MoreLess Info
The largest show cave in Tennessee is the Cumberland Caverns. It is also considered a United States National Natural Landmark with daily walking tours offered daily throughout the year and an Underground Ballroom available for banquets, weddings, special events, and birthday parties.
100% 2 votes
306 Gault Avenue, Fort Payne, AL 35967 MoreLess Info
The Dekalb Theater is a historical Art Deco styled theater that shows the latest movies and hosts private events. The theater also doubles as a multipurpose facility owing to the retractable seating.