Hindu Temple of Chattanooga | Racoon Mountain Crystal Caverns | Ruby Falls - Lookout Mountain Caverns |
Chattanooga is located in Hamilton County and it is the county seat. It lies southeast of Nashville on the banks of the Tennessee River. The population estimate for July 1, 1998 was 147,790, a decrease of 4,603 since 1990. The city is the fourth largest in the state.
Chattanooga is named after the Creek Indian name for present-day Lookout Mountain. The first inhabitants of the area were the Chickamauga, a branch of the Cherokees. The first white settlement was known as Ross's Landing, with the present name being adopted when the city was incorporated in 1839.
The population of Chattanooga was 5,545 at the outbreak of the Civil War and around 1,500 at its conclusion. It grew rapidly after the war, and again in the 1930s after the establishment of the Tennessee Valley Authority.
An extensive greenbelt, which includes five miles of constructed riverwalk, begins downtown and winds through several parks and the city's historic art district.
Chattanooga is part of the Chattanooga, Tennessee-Georgia metro area.
Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns McElhattan's Owl Hill B & B |
Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries Sugar Shoppe Chattanooga |
History National Knife Museum |
Public Libraries Chattanooga-Hamilton County Library |
Residential and Commercial Real Estate The James Company Real Estate |
Shopping Dry Duck | Mold Makers Store |
Tennessee Counties Hamilton County |
Transportation Lovell Field Airport | Tennessee Valley Railroad |
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12/10 Coming to The area
Taste of Toccoa Toccoa GA April5 Northeast Georgia's premier dining event, A Taste of Toccoa features sample-sized portions of the most popular dishes from Toccoa's best restaurants and caterers. Garnish with live music, entertainment, shopping, and activities, and you have a fun-filled event the whole family will enjoy.
Madison Fest Madison GA April37 Madison Fest features solutions for living a considered and ""greener"" life. This daylong festival takes place on the last Saturday of April each year.
Panoply Arts Festival Huntsville AL April26-28 Each spring in the heart of the Rocket City the arts are in full bloom at the Panoply Arts Festival.
Inman Park Spring Festival Atlanta GA April27-28 During the last weekend in April each year, Inman Park proudly presents a neighborhood festival widely regarded as Atlanta's most spirited and eclectic. Highlights include: Atlanta's biggest Street Market, A juried Arts and Crafts Show, The city's quirkiest and most colorful Parade, The Tour of Homes, Live music, A Dance Festival, Children's Activities, Food and beverages.
Celebrate Clayton Clayton GA April27-28 Celebrate Clayton is an Arts, Music, Crafts and Gardening event for all ages, with mouth-watering food and a super kids program. Set in the spectacular North Georgia Mountains Celebrate Clayton is held annually the last weekend in April.
Indie South Fair Athens GA May4 The event includes musical performances, DJs, food carts, workshops, kids' crafting and a vintage market.