Tucked amongst the mountains of Southeast Tennessee, along the gorgeous Tennessee River, Chattanooga is one of America’s most breathtaking cities. It was officially nicknamed the Scenic City, because of the city's growing national reputation as a haven for numerous outdoor activities and other attractions.
The Chattanooga Chew Chew is a highly rated, local favorite, great 2 section dog park. Located behind the Tennessee Pavilion, it is a fenced area where your dog can run off-leash. To make it more even pleasurable, it has lots of greenery, benches, fire hydrants, water fountains, waste removal, and agility equipment.
Discover the spooky side of Chattanooga with Chattanooga Ghost Tours, Inc. Entitled as one of the top ten ghost tours in the United States by TripAdvisor, they are first paranormal hunt to offer the chance to see ghosts with the SLS Ghost Viewer. You will hear about downtown's ghosts (real or not?) as well as the city's most entertaining history by hilarious and knowledgeable guides. Bring along your dog for some awesome howling experience at no additional cost.
Chattanooga might just be going to the dogs with plenty of great destinations to play, or to hang out with while you eat or shop.
Red Bank is home to the Red Bank Dog Park, a lovely park that is so spacious that your pup will love to run around. The park is mainly grass, and provides benches for relaxing and an overhang for shade, plus they have clean-up bags. The park also has a separate section for large and small breeds, with each section having more than enough space for running. This dog park is located inside of the White Oak park, so if your dog doesn’t feel like socializing, the two of you can still go for a nice walk around the park and enjoy the scenery.
If your dog has been feeling really stressed out lately and needs some “me” time, then check out the Canine Massage of Chattanooga. This pawesome establishment believes that massages are a great way to enhance your dog’s quality of life and well-being. They offer massages for any issues your dog may have, including joint problems, sport injuries, and stress point massage. Once your dog is done being pampered, stop by one of the many dog-friendly eateries that downtown offers. Check out some of the greats like Terra Mae, The Camp House, or Jefferson’s which offers wings, seafood baskets, and salads.