2009 Chattanooga CVB Facilities Guide
The 2009 Chattanooga Area Convention and Visitors Bureau Facilities Guide has information on attractions, hotels, convention space and more. Start planning your convention, event, or reunion today!
Chattanooga Area Convention & Visitors Bureau Facilities Guide Brent Sanders GENERAL INFORMATION • Welcome........................................................1 • General Info...................................................2 • Accolades.......................................................3 General Information • Chattanooga Airport........................................4 • Downtown Chattanooga Map.............................5 GENERAL INFORMATION WELCOME TO CHATTANOOGA The Perfect Meeting Destination Chattanooga is a meeting planner’s dream. Nestled along For truly successful, memorable and productive meetings, the banks of the Tennessee River and surrounded by Chattanooga offers: scenic mountains, Chattanooga is accessible, affordable and hospitable . . . the perfect destination for your next meeting, convention, tradeshow or reunion. Chattanooga is the ideal convention city offering first class attractions and accommodations, a state-of-theart convention center, restaurants and nightlife to please every palate and pocketbook and a wide range of recreation options. Add the city’s true appreciation of the importance of the meetings industry to these amenities and the perfect destination is yours to enjoy. Extensive CVB sales and support services for groups booked through the Bureau are offered. Save time, money and phone calls by contacting the CVB first at 800-964-8600 or visit us on our web site at www.chattanoogafun.com. • 9,000 guest rooms in the metro area • The Chattanooga Convention Center, 185,000 gsf of multi-use space on one level, including 100,800 gsf of column-free day-lit exhibit space • 2,000 first class guest rooms “connected” to the Convention Center via a free zero-emission electric shuttle system • The McKenzie Arena, a multipurpose facility with seating capacity of 12,000 and 27,000 gsf of exhibit space on the main floor • The Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium with main floor tier seating for 3,866 and 9,600 gsf of exhibit space on the lower level • The Tivoli Theatre, known as the “Jewel of the South,” with a seating capacity of 1,762 • Camp Jordan Arena with seating for 3,500 in permanent bleachers and 27,000 gsf of column-free exhibit space • Nonstop or one-stop flights to over 1,000 cities daily (US Airways, Delta, American, Northwest and Allegiant) • Easy access via three major interstates (I-75, I-59, I-24), Chattanooga is within a three-hour drive of ten million people • Renowned attractions, such as the Tennessee Aquarium, Tennessee Aquarium IMAX® 3D Theater, Hunter Museum of American Art, Creative Discovery Museum, Rock City Gardens, Ruby Falls, Incline Railway, Chickamauga/ Chattanooga National Military Park, the Tennessee Valley Railroad and more • A fabulous assortment of restaurants, shopping venues, museums and historical sites General Info – 1 GENERAL INFO WEATHER: Chattanooga is in a temperate climate zone. The temperatures are pleasant throughout every season. The average temperature for each season is: Winter 45ºF Spring 69ºF Summer 76ºF Fall 54ºF TIME ZONE: Chattanooga is located in the EASTERN TIME ZONE. Many cities surrounding Chattanooga are in the Central Time Zone, so be sure to consider this in planning your itineraries to and from Chattanooga. ACCESSIBILITY: Interstate Access - Chattanooga is conveniently accessed by I-75, I-59 and I-24. Approximately one-half of the nation’s population is located within one (1) day’s drive of the city. Chattanooga is located in the center of the southeastern United States. Air Access - Chattanooga’s Metropolitan Airport, just a (15) minute drive from downtown, is currently served by: Delta Connection Carriers, US Airways Express, American Eagle, Northwest Airlink and Allegiant. General Info – 2 ACCOLADES Southern Living Reader’s Choice Awards – “Chattanooga voted a top Weekend Getaway with the Kids! Chattanooga was third in the country, only 100 votes behind Orlando’s #2 spot!” New York Times – “Not too small and not too big, Chattanooga is really the undiscovered gem of Tennessee, where oldschool southern manners and grand Victorian mansions meet a thoroughly modern, eco-friendly Tennessee riverfront.” Runner’s World says Chattanooga is “one cool city” and a “jackpot destination for lovers of the outdoor life.” FamilyFun Magazine – “Chattanooga is one of the South’s Top Five Family Vacation Destinations, one of the top 10 Best Vacations Cities in the country, and the city with the best friendly spirit.” Outside Magazine named Chattanooga one of their top 10 Dream Towns to “Live Big, Play Hard, and Work (If You Must).” Plenty Magazine as featured in CBS Morning Show – “A walk-able and bike-friendly city; very eco-oriented, with local markets.” The Washington Post – “Chattanooga is well on its way to becoming one of America’s best mid-sized cities.” Parade Magazine – “Chattanooga is one of America’s reborn cities.” MeetingNews Magazine – Planners’ Choice Award Successful Meetings Magazine – Winner of the prestigious Pinnacle Award Facilities & Destinations Magazine – Winner of the Top Destination Award Convention South Magazine – Readers’ Choice Award Meetings & Conventions Magazine – Gold Service Award photo by Med Dement General Info – 3 General Info â€“ 4 DOWNTOWN CHATTANOOGA Renaissance Park Coolidge Park Southern Belle Riverboat Ross’s Landing Park Tennessee Aquarium Bluff Furnace Ross’s Landing Plaza Chattanooga Visitors Center Hunter Museum of American Art Bluff View Inn Houston Museum of American Art River Gallery Sculpture Garden IMAX Theater Courtyard by Marriott AT&T Field Residence Inn by Marriott Bijou Theatre Hilton Garden Inn Creative Discovery Museum Doubletree Hotel Unum UTC Hamilton County Courts Building Memorial Auditorium Tivoli Theatre Sheraton Read House Miller Plaza Days Inn-Rivergate Miller Park Post Office Chattanooga African-American Museum/Bessie Smith Hall Library Chattanooga Marriott TVA City Hall Chattanooga Convention Center Warehouse Row CIGNA The Chattanoogan Development Resource Center Chattanooga Choo Choo Finley Stadium Chattanooga Water Taxi & Fat Cat Ferry General Info – 5 General Info â€“ 6 ACCOMMODATIONS DOWNTOWN • Chattanooga Choo Choo....................................7-8 • Chattanooga Marriott...................................... 9-10 • Chattanoogan Hotel . ................................... 11-12 • Comfort Suites - Downtown/Lookout Mtn..............18 • Days Inn Rivergate ...........................................18 • Doubletree Hotel Chattanooga . ..................... 13-14 • Hampton Inn - Downtown/Lookout Mtn................19 • Hilton Garden Inn Downtown..............................17 • La Quinta Inn - Downtown/Lookout Mtn...............19 • Sheraton Read House Hotel............................ 15-16 • Staybridge Suites..............................................20 • Town and Country Inn and Restaurant..................20 HAMILTON PLACE • Best Western Heritage Inn..................................24 • Clarion Inn & Suites..........................................24 • Comfort Inn & Suites.........................................23 • Country Inn & Suites.........................................25 • Hilton Garden Inn.............................................25 • Mainstay Suites.................................................26 • Residence Inn & Conference Center................. 21-22 • Red Roof Inn - Chattanooga Airport ...................26 • Staybridge Suites ............................................27 • Super 8 .........................................................27 OOLTEWAH • Hampton Inn - Chattanooga North.......................28 HIXSON • Country Inn & Suites.........................................28 • Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites......................29 EAST RIDGE • Comfort Inn & Suites Conference Center................29 • Country Hearth Inn & Suites ..............................30 • Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott.........................30 LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN AREA • Country Inn & Suites.........................................31 • Fairfield Inn & Suites . ......................................31 • Hampton Inn . .................................................32 Accommodations OUTLYING • Smoke House Mountain Lodge & Conf. Ctr......... 33-34 • Wild Moon Ranch & Resort..................................35 LODGING LISTINGS.................................... 37-42 See hotel lodging guide for additional hotels. ACCOMMODATIONS DOWNTOWN CHATTANOOGA CHOO CHOO 1400 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/266-5000 • 800/872-2529 423/267-4998 fax www.choochoo.com 363 rooms The Chattanooga Choo Choo is a very unique and historic downtown property. Guests are greeted by the splendor of a beautifully restored railroad station as they enter the registration lobby. Authentic railcars on the original tracks and enchanting rose gardens line the walkways once filled with travelers from another era, creating a memorable setting for any meeting or convention. The Chattanooga Choo Choo offers versatile function space, accommodating groups from 10 to 800. Complete planning services to accommodate any size meeting or convention requests are available to all groups. The 363 guestrooms, including 48 rooms aboard restored train cars, are all spacious and comfortable. Unique retail shops, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a trolley ride, and a Model Railroad Museum provide guests with convenient, free-time activities. The Gardens Restaurant, Silver Diner Pizza Car, Café Espresso, Dinner in the Diner, and the Station House (featuring singing servers) offer guests delicious dining options without leaving the hotel complex. Although there is plenty to do on the 24 acres of the Chattanooga Choo Choo hotel and vacation complex, downtown restaurants, shops, and attractions are only minutes away via the free electric shuttle that originates on the Choo Choo complex. All Aboard! Accommodations – 7 CHATTANOOGA CHOO CHOO 1400 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/266-5000 800/872-2529 423/267-4998 fax www.choochoo.com Meeting Rooms Dimensions Sq.Ft. Height Theatre Classroom Banquet Reception Exhibits 10’ x 10’ Finley Lecture Hall Gallery (4 rooms) Imperial Ballroom Centennial Theatre Theatre Lobby Roosevelt Room Director’s Room Crystal Room Town Hall Theatre * American Car * Norfolk 150 * Southern 140 * Grand Central * N/A 9 31 N/A 9 15 N/A 6 12 N/A N/A N/A 75 57’ x 49’ 2,793 57’ x 33’ 1,881 98’ x 70’ 6,860 98’ x 70’ 7,154 73’ x 24’ 1,754 84’ x 41’ 3,066 27’ x 20’ 540 9’ x 33’ 1,287 70’ x 21’ 1,470 41’ x 9’ 369 42’ x 18’ 756 27’ x 18’ 486 93” x 227” 16,461 12’ 12’ 17’ 22’ 22’ 20’ 18’ 18 12’ 8’ 8’ 8’ 23’ 100 125 800 518 125 300 30 100 200 N/A 60 25 1,200 100 60 400 N/A N/A 104 20 60 80 N/A 35 21 N/A N/A 100 500 N/A 70 200 24 80 N/A 25 30 24 N/A N/A 150 700 N/A 150 225 30 100 N/A 30 45 30 1,000 * not shown Centennial Theatre Accommodations – 8 DOWNTOWN CHATTANOOGA MARRIOTT Two Carter Plaza Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/756-0002 800/841-1674 reservations 423/265-8735 fax www.marriott.com/chadt 343 rooms The Chattanooga Marriott at the Chattanooga Convention Center offers all the quality, convenience and service one expects from a Marriott. Located in the heart of downtown Chattanooga, the Marriott is connected to the Convention Center, is only a short free shuttle ride to the Tennessee Aquarium and river front and has a spectacular view of Lookout Mountain. The hotel features 341 newly renovated guestrooms equipped with LCD TVs with connectivity panels and free wireless internet, two suites and a luxurious concierge level. The “Terrace Grille” restaurant is perfect for a healthy breakfast, quick lunch or a delightful dinner. Relax in a sense of style in our “Indulge” lounge which serves lunch, dinner and is perfect for cocktails and conversation. The Marriott Hotel provides 10,212 square feet of professionally designed banquet and meeting space. With access to more than 185,000 square feet of versatile exhibition and function space in the adjacent Chattanooga Convention Center, the Marriott can host a meeting for five to 8,000. Accommodations – 9 CHATTANOOGA MARRIOTT Two Carter Plaza Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/756-0002 800/841-1674 reservations 423/265-8735 fax www.marriott.com/chadt Meeting Rooms Dimensions Sq.Ft. Theatre Classroom Banquet Reception Plaza A,B,C Plaza A/B or B/C Plaza Combined East/West Room East/West Comb. Director’s Room Board Room Lookout Mtn. Room Signal Mtn. Room Tennessee River Room 29’x52’ 58’x52’ 87’x52’ 26’x19’ 26’x38’ 25’x14’ 25’x14’ 26’x25’ 26’x25’ 75’x36’ 1,508 3,016 4,524 494 988 350 350 650 650 2,700 150 300 500 50 100 25 25 50 50 100 80 150 280 25 50 12 12 24 24 45 110 220 330 40 80 20 20 36 36 110 150 325 500 50 100 N/A N/A 40 40 90 Exhibits Conference 10’ x 10’ 8 15 23 N/A 5 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A – – – 25 40 14 14 20 20 36 Tennessee River Room Board Room Director’s Room Lookout Mountain Suite Signal Mountain Suite Plaza Ballroom Bath Closet A B Bath Closet C East Room Accommodations – 10 West Room DOWNTOWN The CHATTANOOGAN HOTEL 1201 South Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402-2708 423/756-3400 800/619-0018 423/756-3404 fax www.MeetWithChattanoogan.com 199 rooms YOUR IDEAL MEETING SITE IS HERE. The Chattanoogan, an upscale hotel designed specifically for meetings, offers you everything you’re looking for. The Chattanoogan features 25,000 square feet of conference space – including a ballroom, amphitheater, boardroom, session rooms and breakout spaces for any type of meeting. The classic foundry-style architecture of the twenty-first century facility offers historical sophistication and luxurious comfort with the added resources of built-in fiber-optic technology. 199 beautifully appointed guestrooms and suites provide restful comfort from an active business day while the health club, in-door pool and spa revive and invigorate. Enjoy all-day dining at the Broad Street Grille, fabulous espresso at Stroud’s coffee house, cocktails at the Foundry Bar or room service in the privacy of your own room. The Chattanoogan, amid the incomparable cityscape of mountains and Tennessee River, is an unforgettable meeting place. A world apart, yet conveniently accessible. The Chattanoogan is managed by Benchmark Hospitality International. Accommodations – 11 The CHATTANOOGAN HOTEL 1201 South Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402-2708 423/756-3400 800/619-0018 423/756-3404 fax www.MeetWithChattanoogan.com Meeting Rooms Dimensions Sq.Ft. Height Theatre Classroom Banquet Conference U-Shape Exhibits Ballroom 1, 2, 3, 4 Ballroom 1, 2 Ballroom 2, 3, 4 Ballroom 1 Ballroom 2 Ballroom 3, 4 Ballroom 3 Ballroom 4 Walker Room Rose Room Roberts Room Kelley Room Ochs Room Chambliss, Frierson, Crabtree, Thompson, Littleton, Hardy Watkins, Bender, Olgiati Bass, Wasson Room Andrews Room Amphitheater Kinsey Boardroom 10’ x 10’ 68’ x 114’ 68’ x 72’ 68’ x 72’ 36’ x 68’ 36’ x 68’ 36’ x 68’ 35’ x 36’ 35’ x 36’ 39’ x 53’ 30’ x 47’ 30’ x 45’ 25’ x 40’ 24’ x 40’ 7752 4896 4896 2448 2448 2448 1260 1260 2067 1410 1350 1000 960 16’ 16’ 16’ 16’ 16’ 16’ 16’ 16’ 12’ 12’ 12’ 11’6” 11’6” 600 350 350 200 200 200 70 70 140 100 100 70 70 384 216 216 128 128 128 60 60 80 48 48 40 35 500 300 300 150 150 150 90 90 140 100 100 70 70 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 50 50 50 32 32 42 32 32 24 24 40 - - 20’ x 24’ 480 10’ 24 18 - - 14 - 20’ x 24’ 480 10’ - - - 10 - - 20’ x 23’ 17’ x 25’ 46’ x 52’ 27’ Radius 460 425 2392 740 10’ 10’ 12’ 10’6” - - - - - - 85 - - - - - 10 10 - 16 - - - - - Andrews Broad Street Grille Ochs Kelley Walker Bender Olgiati Wasson Rose Roberts Kinsey Watkins Chambliss Frierson Crabtree Thompson Littleton Hardy Bass 1 2 3 Accommodations – 12 Amphitheater 4 DOWNTOWN DOUBLETREE HOTEL CHATTANOOGA 407 Chestnut Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/756-5150 423/752-6950 fax www.chattanooga.doubletree.com 186 rooms The Doubletree Hotel Chattanooga, located just off I-27, offers full-service, upscale accommodations in the heart of downtown Chattanooga within blocks of the Tennessee River and riverfront attractions, the Tennessee Aquarium, IMAXÂŽ 3D Theater, UT Chattanooga, museums, restaurants, shops, and the Chattanooga Convention Center. We have completed a $27 million dollar extensive renovation to our entire property in October 2008. Our beautiful new modern hotel is only 20 minutes west of Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport and is convenient to the nearby downtown shuttle. In addition to a fabulous central location, Doubletree Hotel Chattanooga guests enjoy full use of many outstanding hotel amenities such as our outdoor saltwater pool, and the Precor equipped Fitness Center. Enjoy Eleven our restaurant or H20 our lounge. Business travelers will appreciate our flexible meeting spaces and a well-equipped business center. The Doubletree Hotel Chattanooga has 11,000 square feet of beautiful meeting and banquet facilities, including a magnificent ballroom, with state-of-the-art audio/ visual equipment, creative catering services, and a professional staff to anticipate your needs and flawlessly execute your successful business conference, training seminar, reception, or gala social event. Accommodations â€“ 13 DOUBLETREE HOTEL CHATTANOOGA 407 Chestnut Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/756-5150 423/752-6950 fax www.chattanooga.doubletree.com Main Floor Meeting Room (diagram not shown) 2nd Floor (diagram below) Dimensions Sq.Ft. Theatre Classroom 45’ x 45’ 2,025 120 100 Vision Salon A 27’ x 46’ Vision Salon B 41’ x 46’ Vision Salon C 27’ x 46’ Total for Vision Ballroom 95’ x 138’ Inspiration 23’ x 53’ Wisdom Boardroom Enlightenment Boardroom 1,242 1,886 1,242 4,370 1,200 517 379 80 120 100 400 70 N/A N/A 120 140 120 200 60 14 12 Insight Enlightenment Boardroom Wisdom Boardroom Vision Ballroom A Vision Ballroom B Vision Ballroom C Restaurant H2O Bar Prefunction 2nd Floor Accommodations – 14 Inspiration Mtg. Room Side Entrance DOWNTOWN SHERATON READ HOUSE HOTEL CHATTANOOGA 827 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/266-4121 800/691-1255 423/643-1224 fax www.ReadHouseHotel.com 241 rooms The Sheraton Read House Hotel Chattanooga combines the ambiance of yesterday with the amenities of today. Nestled in the heart of downtown, our hotel is ideal for business, weekend getaways, or vacation. We are on the free electric shuttle route and just blocks away from the Tennessee Aquarium, restaurants, shopping, and other exciting attractions. Your guestroom offers a world of comfort and satisfaction. Enjoy complimentary High Speed Internet Access and settle into the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper(SM) Bed with its soft duvet ensemble, crisp white cotton sheets, and feather pillows. We are one of the region’s most versatile meeting venues, offering over 19,000 square feet of function space. With original 1926 sterling silver and Waterford crystal chandeliers and silver leaf moldings, the historic Silver Ballroom is the ideal location for business and social events. An onsite business center and in-house audiovisual services provide convention groups and guests with added convenience. To help you unwind, an indoor pool with a cascading waterfall can be found alongside our courtyard and terrace. Our spacious workout facility offers a wide range of equipment. After a long day of sightseeing or business, relax with friends and family over prime dishes at the awardwinning Porter’s Steakhouse. For a pick-me-up any time of the day, stop by Starbucks®, located in the hotel lobby. Experience classic comforts and modern flair at the Sheraton Read House Hotel Chattanooga. Accommodations – 15 SHERATON READ HOUSE HOTEL CHATTANOOGA 827 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/266-4121 800/691-1255 423/643-1224 fax www.ReadHouseHotel.com Meeting Rooms Dimensions Sq.Ft. Height Theatre Classroom Banquet Reception Exhibits Chestnut Room* Bessie Smith Room* Hamilton Room* River City Room* Davenport Room Patton Room Silver Ballroom Ballroom Foyer Terrace Room Terrace Foyer Gold Room East Room West Room Crutchfield Room* McAdoo Room 44’ x 29’ 34’ x 37’ 35’ x 44’ 36’ x 37’ 34’ x 16’ 14’ x 34’ 107’ x 35’ 46’ x 16’ 62’ x 54’ 28’ x 30’ 30’ x 28’ 33’ x 15’ 31’ x 15’ 32’ x 32’ 7’ x 14’ 1,276 1,258 1,540 1,332 544 476 3,745 736 3,348 840 840 495 465 1,024 378 12’ 80 33 84 12’ 80 33 80 12’ 60 30 80 8’ 80 60 80 12’ Permanent Board Room (12 ppl.) 12’ 36 18 36 28’ 450 200 384 11’ 10’ 200 120 250 10’ 10’ 70 30 60 10’ 25 16 30 10’ 25 16 40 10’ 50 27 60 10’ 22 12 24 8’ Tabletop 80 80 80 80 - 40 350 12 12 10 20 33 200 25 60 30 30 50 - 10 14 - *Indicates room with columns Courtyard E River City Room Starbucks Coffee E Terrace Second Floor Business Center Davenport Room Porters Steakhouse Silver Ballroom Terrace Room M. L. King Boulevard Broad Street Bessie Smith Room Hamilton Room Lobby Chestnut Room Patton Room M.L. KING BLVD Gold Room Terrace Foyer E Accommodations – 16 Crutchfield Room West Room McAdoo Room East Room E Chestnut Street Chestnut Street Lobby Broad Street First Floor M. L. King Boulevard M.L. KING BLVD DOWNTOWN HILTON GARDEN INN – DOWNTOWN 94 rooms 311 Chestnut Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/308-9000 423/308-9010 fax www.chattanoogadowntown.gardeninn.com The Hilton Garden Inn, located on the city’s state-ofthe-art complimentary electric shuttle, is in the center of Chattanooga’s downtown riverfront parkway - home to the Tennessee Aquarium, IMAX Theatre, Creative Discovery Museum, Southern Belle Riverboat and AT&T Ballpark. Other nearby attractions include Rock City Gardens, Ruby Falls and the Incline Railway. Deluxe accommodations, friendly service and a relaxed southern atmosphere await our hotel guests. Certain to please the busy executive or leisure traveler are the Hilton Garden Inn’s array of special amenities including complimentary high speed Wi-Fi internet access, in-room hospitality center with a microwave, refrigerator and coffeemaker, dual line phones with voicemail and data ports, large work desk, ergonomic chairs, On Command® Nintendo video and games, and complimentary HBO®. Hotel guests can also enjoy a complimentary USA Today each weekday morning, indoor swimming pool and whirlpool, fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment, complimentary membership to Sports Barn our premiere fitness center and a 24-hour complimentary business center with secure remote PrinterOn printing. The hotel offers 1,404 square feet of meeting space equipped with audio/visual and catering comfortably accommodating up to 90 people. We proudly serve Starbucks® coffee in The Great American Grill, where we offer a full service breakfast each morning. Enjoy drinks in our Lounge nightly (except Sunday). Room service is available for lunch or dinner from Big River Grille & Brewery. Accommodations – 17 DOWNTOWN COMFORT SUITES – DOWNTOWN/ LOOKOUT MTN. 2431 Williams Street Chattanooga, TN 37408 423/265-0008 or 1-800-4Choice 423/265-9452 fax www.choicehotels.com 51 rooms All suite hotel with 51 units and interior corridors. All suites are equipped with a microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, iron/board, speaker phone, free wireless internet and free cable with HBO. Indoor heated pool for your enjoyment. Free hot deluxe continental breakfast each morning. Five minute drive to all major attractions and points of interest: Rock City, Ruby Falls, Incline Railway – all located on Lookout Mtn. Other nearby attractions: Tennessee Aquarium, Southern Belle Riverboat, Walnut Street Bridge, Chattanooga Choo Choo, Convention Center, UTC, TVA. Located off I-24, exit #178 traveling east or west, Lookout Mtn., Broad Street exit to Williams Street. DAYS INN RIVERGATE 139 rooms 901 Carter Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/266-7331 423/266-9357 fax • www.daysinn.com • • • • • • • • • • • • In-room coffee maker, iron/board and hair dryer Executive King rooms with microwave and refrigerator Located on the free electric shuttle route Walking distance to many attractions Laundry Facility Free local calls Free parking Swimming pool Free USA Today 15 miles to the Chattanooga Airport Adjacent to the Chattanooga Convention Center 24 Hour Restaurant, conveniently located on our property City Café Diner and Lounge Accommodations – 18 DOWNTOWN HAMPTON INN – DOWNTOWN/ LOOKOUT MTN. 2420 Williams Street Chattanooga, TN 37408 423/265-0077 423/267-6700 fax 91 rooms Centrally located between the various Tennessee riverfront attractions and beautiful Lookout Mountain, Hampton Inn is the perfect location for your group’s meeting needs. Whether for a business meeting, family reunion or wedding party gathering spot, Hampton Inn can provide meeting space for your small group, as well as comfortable and convenient accommodations so your attendees may all be under one roof - no one will be late for the meeting or get lost on the way to the reunion. Guest room stays include hot breakfast and high speed internet access. With advanced planning with one of our friendly staff, we may also arrange for your food and beverage options. Call today for reservations and more specific information. La QUINTA INN – DOWNTOWN/LOOKOUT MTN. 100 West 21st Street Chattanooga, TN 37408 423/265-3151 423/265-3532 fax www.laquintachattanooga.com 103 rooms Nestled in downtown Chattanooga, near Lookout Mountain and the Chattanooga Convention Center, the newly renovated La Quinta Inn offers a convenient location with excellent service in a warm environment. Wake up on the Bright side® with a complimentary breakfast each morning and enjoy complimentary high-speed internet access and complimentary parking with every stay. Our 1,100 square foot Chit-Chat meeting room is perfect for corporate or social events and gatherings. Accommodations – 19 DOWNTOWN STAYBRIDGE SUITES 1300 Carter Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/267-0900 423/267-0945 fax www.staybridge.com/chattanoogadt 124 rooms • Studios, One & Two Bedroom Suites • Fully-Equipped Kitchens • Free Wireless Internet • Complimentary Hot Breakfast Bar • Free Parking • Indoor Pool • Fitness Center • Complimentary Laundry Facility TOWN AND COUNTRY INN AND RESTAURANT 2000 East 23rd Street Chattanooga, TN 37404 423/697-0645 423/697-9031 fax www.TownandCountryInn.net 165 rooms The Town and Country Inn is conveniently located off of Interstate 24 at exit 181. We have 120 newly renovated rooms, all with wifi, refrigerators. microwaves, 27 inch televisions with cable. The famous Town and Country Restaurant is located in the inn serving dinner daily. The Bourbon Street Music Bar featuring nightly entertainment is also located in the inn. We have meeting facilities available for up to 150 people. We are located only 10 minutes from the Tennessee Aquarium, the Convention Center and Lookout Mountain. Accommodations – 20 HAMILTON PLACE RESIDENCE INN & CONFERENCE CENTER NEAR HAMILTON PLACE 2340 Center Street Chattanooga, TN 37421 423-468-7700 423-468-8800 fax www.marriott.com/chahp 109 rooms With corporate headquarters, great attractions, and entertainment all nearby, Residence Inn and Conference Center Near Hamilton Place is an ideal choice for travel. An extended-stay hotel in Chattanooga, just minutes from downtown Chattanooga and exciting Lookout Mountain attractions, Residence Inn is perfect for maintaining a balance of work and life. When looking for an all suite hotel in Chattanooga, you’ll find great amenities and first-class service at our brand new facility. Our suites feature full kitchens, flat-screen TVs, luxury bedding, free Internet, and grocery shopping service. During our visit, stay fit at our fitness center, relax in our indoor pool, improve your swing at our putting green, and start your morning with a free breakfast buffet. Tuesday through Thursday, enjoy our evening manager’s reception with complimentary snacks and beverages. Whether you’re looking for corporate housing in Chattanooga, relocating to the area or taking a well-deserved vacation, Residence Inn offers ideal accommodations. Our state-of-the-art Conference Center is adjacent to the hotel and offers over 5,000 square feet of meeting space. Featuring 3800 square feet conference hall with audio-visual equipment, that could be divided into three separate areas, perfect for corporate meetings and training sessions, weddings, family reunions and other social gatherings. In addition to that, there is an executive board room and a meeting room along with beautifully decorated pre-function space, ready to welcome up to 250 people at one time. Accommodations – 21 RESIDENCE INN & CONFERENCE CENTER NEAR HAMILTON PLACE 2340 Center Street Chattanooga, TN 37421 423-468-7700 423-468-8800 fax www.marriott.com/chahp Accommodations – 22 HAMILTON PLACE COMFORT INN & SUITES 2341 Shallowford Village Drive Chattanooga, TN 37421 423-899-5151 423-899-1949 fax www.choicehotels.com/ires/en-US/html/ HotelInfo?hotel=TN502 76 rooms The Comfort Inn & Suites is located at the Hamilton Place Mall, one of the largest shopping malls in the southeast. Additional nearby points of interest include: • Tennessee Aquarium - 14 miles • Rock City - 17 miles • Ruby Falls - 17 miles • Incline Railway - 16 miles • Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport - 4 miles The Comfort Inn & Suites features 76 rooms with several amenities to offer our guests such as: • Free Continental Breakfast • Free wireless internet • Outdoor swimming pool • Refrigerators and microwaves in all rooms • Irons and Ironing Boards • Hair Dryers • Coffee makers • Free USA Today and The Chattanooga Times Free Press • Free local and long distance calls • 37” flat screen TV in all rooms • Business center • Free parking The Comfort Inn & Suites is AAA Diamond Rated. We strive to provide the best rooms and at a good rate. Accommodations – 23 HAMILTON PLACE BEST WESTERN HERITAGE INN 100 rooms 7641 Lee Highway Chattanooga, TN 37421 423/899-3311 423/899-4259 fax www.bestwestern.com/heritageinnchattanooga The Best Western Heritage Inn is a charming hotel located in Chattanooga, Tennessee. This hotel is close to a variety of local attractions. Conveniently located off of Interstate 75, the Best Western Heritage Inn has a lot to offer our guests. We have newly renovated rooms with refrigerators/ microwaves, in-room coffee, hairdryers, irons/boards, free high speed wireless internet, free local calls, outdoor pool, and meeting/banquet rooms. The on-site restaurant, City Cafe’, is open 24 hours. The Best Western Heritage Inn is AAA approved and offers the best for our guests by providing the “best rooms, best rate, best food, and best location”. CLARION INN & SUITES - HAMILTON PLACE 2345 Shallowford Village Drive Chattanooga, TN 37421 423-855-2898 OR 1-800-CHOICE 423-499-8771 fax www.choicehotels.com 121 rooms Conveniently located right off Interstate 75, Exit 5. 100 spacious, beautifully appointed and business friendly guest rooms. 21 one bedroom suites with separate bedroom and living quarters which includes microwave, refrigerator, wet bar, dining table for two and a TV in each room. Full service restaurant, lounge, room service, fitness center and outdoor pool. Meeting space available (complimentary if 10 or more rooms occupied). Many fine restaurants and fast food within walking distance. Less than one mile from Hamilton Place Mall and other shopping establishments. Accommodations – 24 HAMILTON PLACE COUNTRY INN & SUITES - HAMILTON PLACE 7051 McCutcheon Road 82 rooms Chattanooga, TN 37421 423/899-2300 423/899-2282 fax www.countryinns.com/chattanoogatn_east • Complimentary Deluxe Continental Breakfast • Meeting space for up to 50 people theatre style and 36 classroom; board room to accommodate 12 people • Complimentary high speed internet service • Ample complimentary parking • Indoor and outdoor pools • Meeting Room/Overnight Room Packages available • Conveniently located just minutes from downtown Chattanooga Let us take the stress out of booking your next event. For group information contact Lori Jenkins at 423/316-1158 or firstname.lastname@example.org. HILTON GARDEN INN HAMILTON PLACE 112 rooms 2343 Shallowford Village Drive Chattanooga, TN 37421 423/308-4400 423/308-4409 fax www.chattanoogahamiltonplace.stayhgi.com The Hilton Garden Inn Chattanooga Hamilton Place offers 112 beautifully decorated guest rooms. Enjoy our indoor heated pool, business center, and NEW Precor fitness center. With 1,950 square feet of meeting space and in-house catering, we are the perfect host for your upcoming big day. Enjoy complimentary linens and centerpieces along with a dedicated staff to ensure the perfect, memorable event. Within one mile enjoy over 100 restaurants and Hamilton Place, Tennessee’s largest mall. Just a short, scenic drive from Lookout Mountain and downtown Chattanooga attractions, we are the perfect home for your upcoming event! Accommodations – 25 HAMILTON PLACE The MAINSTAY SUITES 7030 Amin Drive Chattanooga, TN 37421 423/485-9424 423/485-9425 fax www.mainstaysuites.com 77 rooms • Located near Hamilton Place, one of the largest shopping malls in the southeast. • Perfect for business, vacations, and relocations. • Fully equipped kitchens with microwave, full size refrigerator/freezer with icemaker. • Direct dial, two-line speaker telephone with voicemail. • Complimentary continental breakfast. • Meeting room • Exercise room • Free High Speed internet RED ROOF INN - CHATTANOOGA AIRPORT 7014 Shallowford Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 423/899-0143 423/899-8384 fax www.redroof.com 109 rooms The Red Roof Inn is conveniently located off I-75. This inn is located near many restaurants, some of which have meeting space, Hamilton Place Mall, the Chattanooga Airport, and downtown Chattanooga. Our amenities include free continental breakfast, a coffee bar featuring freshly brewed gourmet coffee, a complimentary USA Today, free local calls, and free high-speed wireless internet. The Red Roof Inn is pet friendly and children under 17 stay free. Accommodations – 26 HAMILTON PLACE STAYBRIDGE SUITES - HAMILTON PLACE 7015 Shallowford Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 423/826-2700 423/826-2799 fax www.stayinchattanooga.com 88 rooms Extended-stay travelers play by different rules and need a hotel that understands them. The Staybridge Suites at Hamilton Place Mall is designed from the ground up just for you. In addition to three meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 125 people and our 24-hour Business Center, Convenience Store, and Fitness Center, our guests enjoy an Endless Breakfast Buffet, a heated indoor Pool and Spa, and our Famous Sundowner (free beer and food) Reception. We are conveniently located a stoneâ€™s throw from Hamilton Place Mall, the Chattanooga Airport, Interstate-75, and Volkswagen. OOLTEWAH SUPER 8 7024 McCutcheon Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 423/490-8560 800/800-8000 423/490-8560 fax www.super8.com 51 rooms All rooms include: micro fridge, iron & ironing board, coffee maker, hairdryer, 27 inch cable tv with Showtime. Amenities include: free high speed internet in all rooms, free hot continental breakfast and heated indoor pool! Complimentary meeting space when 10 or more rooms are booked per night. Pets under 10 pounds accepted for a $10.00 fee per pet per night. Interior Corridors. Close to restaurants and shopping. Hamilton Place Mall is only 0.5 miles away. Only 15-20 miles from downtown attractions. Accommodations â€“ 27 OOLTEWAH HAMPTON INN - CHATTANOOGA NORTH 116 rooms 6145 Weir Way Ooltewah, TN 37363 423/305-6800 423/305-6801 fax www.chattanooganorth.hamptoninn.com • 100% Hampton Guarantee • On the House Breakfast • Micro-fridges in every room • Indoor pool and whirlpool • Meeting room accommodates 45 people • Audio visual equipment • Fitness Center • Free wired & wireless internet HIXSON COUNTRY INN & SUITES - HIXSON 5105 Highway 153 Hixson, TN 37343 423/308-2333 423/308-2330 fax www.countryinns.com/hixsontn 81 rooms • Complimentary Deluxe Continental Breakfast • Meeting space for up to 50 people theatre style and 36 classroom • Complimentary high speed internet service • Ample complimentary parking • Indoor heated pool • Meeting Room/Overnight Room Packages available • Conveniently located just minutes from downtown Chattanooga Let us take the stress out of booking your next event. For group information contact Lori Jenkins at 423/316-1158 or email@example.com. Accommodations – 28 HIXSON HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS HOTEL & SUITES HIXSON 4820 Hixson Pike Hixson, TN 37343 423/877-6464 â€˘ 800/465-4329 423/875-9716 fax firstname.lastname@example.org www.hiehixson.com 70 rooms The Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Hixson was designed with the modern traveler in mind, and is one of the only 100% non-smoking hotels in Chattanooga. The hotel is minutes away from downtown. To our guests we offer a complimentary hot breakfast and hi-speed internet service. The hotel also features a 50 person meeting room, business center, an indoor pool, and a fitness center. Our hotel can accommodate any type of group, from family reunions to corporate meetings; we would be perfect for your next event. EAST RIDGE COMFORT INN & SUITES CONFERENCE CENTER 6710 Ringgold Road Chattanooga, TN 37412 423/308-0116 423/308-0124 fax www.srmlodging.com 114 rooms Conveniently located and only minutes from downtown, this 114 room Comfort Inn & Suites Conference Center can accommodate up to 150 people in its Conference Center. Start the day with a fresh hot breakfast with all the trimmings and enjoy the beauty of what the Chattanooga area has to offer. Or, get down to business in our Conference Center. Our rooms include king and double beds with 1 and 2 bedroom suites also available. Please check our amenities on our website. Reference Code srm-3 Accommodations â€“ 29 EAST RIDGE COUNTRY HEARTH INN & SUITES 6700 Ringgold Road Chattanooga, TN 37412 423/892-8100 423/499-5555 fax www.aaahospitalityllc.com 120 rooms Offering Chattanooga’s largest outdoor pool. Room amenities include: micro/fridge, Wi-Fi and coffee maker in all rooms, with some rooms featuring 32 inch TVs. On site guest laundry and fitness center. Our complimentary “InnCredible Breakfast” is sure to satisfy everyone’s appetite. From our Business Center to the all new “Time Out Sports Bar & Grill” our goal is to always provide a warm and comfortable atmosphere at a great value. The private Garden Room can be set up classroom style or u-shaped for any business meeting or a family party accommodating up to 50 people. FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES BY MARRIOTT 1453 N. Mack Smith Road Chattanooga, TN 37412 423/499-4080 423/499-4079 fax www.marriott.com/chase 79 rooms Located conveniently right off of Exit 1 off of Interstate 75, within walking distance to many restaurants, ten minutes to downtown Chattanooga / ten minutes to Hamilton Place Mall, and less than a mile to Camp Jordan Arena. Fairfield Inn & Suites features free Wi-Fi, free parking, indoor pool, fitness room, business library, complimentary breakfast and most of all award-winning friendly guest service. The hotel also features a meeting room that can accommodate up to 60 people. Accommodations – 30 LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN AREA COUNTRY INN & SUITES - LOOKOUT MTN. AREA 3725 Modern Industries Parkway Chattanooga, TN 37419 423/825-6100 423/825-6131 fax www.countryinns.com/tiftoniatn 76 rooms • Complimentary Deluxe Continental Breakfast • Meeting space for up to 50 people theatre style & 36 classroom • Complimentary high speed internet service • Ample complimentary parking • Indoor heated pool • Meeting Room/Overnight Room Packages available • Conveniently located just minutes from downtown Chattanooga Let us take the stress out of booking your next event. For group information contact Lori Jenkins at 423/316-1158 or email@example.com. FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES - LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN 40 Starview Lane Chattanooga, TN 37419 423/664-4222 423/664-4220 fax firstname.lastname@example.org www.marriott.com/chatf 90 rooms Enjoy one of our 90 clean, comfortable guest rooms with luxurious bedding and plenty of room to get your work done while on the road. After your restful night, join us in the lobby for a complimentary breakfast. Our meeting space accommodates up to 100 people and is perfect for a corporate or family gathering. If you need some extra help with work, our business center provides internet, fax, and copy services 24 hours a day. The Fairfield Inn & Suites is centrally located off Interstate 24 at exit 174; only five miles to all that downtown Chattanooga has to offer including the Tennessee Aquarium and Children’s Discovery Museum. Accommodations – 31 LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN AREA HAMPTON INN - LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN 3641 Cummings Highway Chattanooga, TN 37419 423/825-5500 423/821-3690 fax email@example.com 91 rooms Conveniently located to Aquarium, IMAX, Choo Choo and Lookout Mountain attractions. Free hot breakfast bar and high speed internet. In room coffee makers, hairdryer, and irons. Hotel has 91 rooms either queen/queen or king bed easy chair or king bed with sofa sleeper. Meeting room is 24 1/2 x 27. Holds 24 classroom style and 40 theater style. New fitness center. HBO/cable. Free parking. Accommodations â€“ 32 OUTLYING The SMOKE HOUSE MOUNTAIN LODGE & CONF. CTR. 850 W. Main Street P. O. Box 579 Monteagle, TN 37356 800/489-2091 reservations 931/924-3175 fax firstname.lastname@example.org www.thesmokehouse.com 85 rooms 20 cabins The Smoke House Mountain Lodge is a Best Western Award Winning Property in a warm and rustic setting with up-todate conveniences on a big campus to make your stay most comfortable. Newly remodeled with 85 oversized rooms with double queen or king beds. Rooms open onto the backside deck overlooking the pool, recreation area, pond and cabins make a great place to read, relax, or gather with friends and family. The deck features rocking chairs, outdoor eating tables and great scenery of the 20 acre complex. Take a virtual tour on our website. Pet Policy: A small pet fee does apply. Call 1-800-489-2091 for reservations. The most popular accommodations at the Smoke House are the 20 hideaway cabins. Featuring hot tubs, fireplace, kitchen, and front porches. One and two-bedroom cabins are available. The two-bedroom cabin makes a great hospitality cabin and a good work atmosphere to accommodate a meeting of 20-30 people. Irene Oliver Meeting Facilities Meetings and Banquets Our staff will help you plan your event to meet your needs. Enjoy the outdoors at various decks and buildings, add mountain ambiance to your event. Create a country barbecue, hoedown, or catfish fry with themed entertainment and bon-fires. Facilities to accommodate up to 1,000 people. Large tent space in parking area available. Take a virtual tour on our website. Accommodations â€“ 33 The SMOKE HOUSE MOUNTAIN LODGE & CONF. CTR. 850 W. Main Street P. O. Box 579 Monteagle, TN 37356 931/924-2268 800/489-2091 reservations 931/924-3175 fax www.thesmokehouse.com sales office email: email@example.com Facility Room Room Dimensions Total Area Floor Covering Portable Walls Auditorium Maximum Capabilities Classroom Banquet Reception 101 54’ x 25’ W 1,350 sq. ft. Slate YES 175 80 168 168 102 46’ x 25’ W 1,150 sq. ft. Slate YES 150 72 144 144 103 24’ x 22’ W 528 sq. ft. Slate YES 40 18 40 40 104 24’ x 22’ W 528 sq. ft. Slate YES 40 18 40 40 101-104 72’ x 25’ W 3,456 sq. ft. Slate YES 400 200 0 400 426 20’ x 13’ W 266 sq. ft. Wood NO 18 8 0 20 433 20’ x 13’ W 266 sq. ft. Wood NO 18 8 0 20 445 20’ x 13’ W 266 sq. ft. Slate NO 18 8 0 20 Screened Pavilion 66’ x 30’ W 2,980 sq. ft. Concrete NO 150 60 100/150 100/1,000 Lake Pavilion 25’ x 25’ W 625 sq. ft. Concrete NO 60 30 60 200 25’ x 30’ W 875 sq. ft. Concrete No 90 40 90 200 Timberframe Pavilion Get a free cabin night with an on-site inspection visit. Contact our sales representative for reservations. Accommodations – 34 OUTLYING WILD MOON RANCH & RESORT 1379 Newsome Gap Road Rising Fawn, GA 30738 877/600 GO WILD (877/600-4694) Meetings@WildMoonResort.com www.WildMoonResort.com 20 cabins (October 2009 - 30 cabins) THE ULTIMATE RETREAT FOR YOUR NEXT ROUNDUP Wild Moon Ranch & Resort is a destination resort community on Lookout Mountain just 30 minutes south of Chattanooga and it’s the perfect location for your next corporate meeting or retreat! Our Mill Creek Clubhouse can comfortably accommodate up to 40 for meetings, events, special presentations or team building experiences. Intimate yet professional, this multi-purpose facility can easily convert from a formal to an informal meeting space to meet your needs. Catering and audio visual support is available. If outdoor rustic beauty calls you, we can easily arrange for an appropriate meeting set up somewhere on our 3,000 acre resort. How about a picnic, campfire or catered lakeside escape? If team fun is what you’re looking for, we can arrange the adventure of your choice - choose from horseback riding, fishing, boating, hiking, caving or golf. We’ll make it yours, make it fun and make it truly unforgettable. Stay in beautiful mountain cabins with sweeping valley and mountain views across the well-stocked lake and charming fishing village. Whether you come for the day or an extended stay, Wild Moon Ranch & Resort is your mountain retreat for any call of the wild. Accommodations – 35 Accommodations â€“ 36 LODGING LISTINGS AMENITIES: AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION - A COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST - B EXERCISE FACILITIES - C FREE PARKING - D HOTEL INDOOR POOL - F JACUZZI/HOT TUB - G KITCHENETTE - H OUTDOOR POOL - I ADDRESS PETS ALLOWED - J RESTAURANT - K WIFI AND/OR HI SPEED - L PHONE# # ROOMS AMENITIES DOWNTOWN Bluff View Inn 411 E. 2nd Street 423-265-5033 ext. 2 800-725-8338 16 B,D,G,H,K,L Chattanooga Choo Choo 1400 Market St. 423-266-5000 800-872-2529 363 A,C,D,E,F,G,I,J,K,L Chattanooga Marriott 423-756-0002 343 C,E,F,G,I,K,L Chattanoogan Hotel, The 1201 S. Broad St. 423-756-3400 877-756-1684 199 A,C,E,F,G,K,L Comfort Suites 2431 Williams St. 423-265-0008 877-424-6423 51 B,D,E,F,G,H,L Courtyard by Marriott 200 Chestnut Street 423-755-0871 800-321-2211 128 C,E,F,G,K,L Days Inn/Lookout Mountain South 101 E. 20th Street 423-267-9761 800-329-7666 127 B,C,D,E,I,L Days Inn/Rivergate 901 Carter Street 423-266-7331 800-329-7666 139 C,D,E,I,K,L Doubletree Hotel Chattanooga 407 Chestnut St. 423-756-5150 800-222-8733 186 C,E,I,K,L Hampton Inn 2420 Williams St. 423-265-0077 800-424-6423 91 B,C,D,E,G,I,L Hilton Garden Inn 311 Chestnut Street 423-308-9000 800-445-8667 94 C,E,F,G,K,L Holiday Inn Express & Suites 423-664-4321 92 B,C,E,F,G,L King’s Lodge 2400 Westside Dr. 423-698-8944 800-251-7702 88 D,E,H,I,J,K,L La Quinta Inn 100 W. 21st Street 423-265-3151 888-862-4288 103 B,C,D,E,I,J,L 2 Carter Plaza 800-841-1674 440 W. Martin Luther King Blvd. Accommodations – 37 LODGING LISTINGS AMENITIES: AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION - A COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST - B EXERCISE FACILITIES - C FREE PARKING - D HOTEL INDOOR POOL - F JACUZZI/HOT TUB - G KITCHENETTE - H OUTDOOR POOL - I ADDRESS PETS ALLOWED - J RESTAURANT - K WIFI AND/OR HI SPEED - L PHONE# # ROOMS AMENITIES DOWNTOWN (cont.) Mayor’s Mansion Inn 801 Vine Street 423-265-5000 888-446-6569 11 B,D,E,L Motel 6 2440 Williams St. 423-265-7300 800-466-8356 60 D,E,G,L Pettit House Bed & Breakfast 423-821-4740 2 A,B,D,H,L Residence Inn by Marriott 215 Chestnut St. 423-266-0600 800-331-3131 76 B,C,E,F,G,H,J,L Sheraton Read House Hotel & Suites 423-266-4121 242 A,C,E,F,G,J,K,L Staybridge Suites 1300 Carter Street 423-267-0900 800-238-8000 124 B,C,D,E,F,G,H,J,L StoneFort Inn – Boutique Hotel 120 E. 10th Street 423-267-7866 888-945-7866 15 B,D,G,L Town & Country Inn 423-697-0645 165 A,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L Chanticleer Inn Bed & Breakfast 1300 Mockingbird Lane 706-820-2002 800-424-2684 17 B,D,G,I,L Garden Walk Bed & Breakfast 1206 Lula Lake Rd. 706-820-4127 18 B,D,G,I,L Hidden Hollow Resort 463 Hidden Hollow Lane 706-539-2372 9 D,H Lookout Lake Bed & Breakfast 3408 Elder Mtn. Road 423-821-8088 8 A,B,D,E,G,H,L Lookout Mountain Vacations 14653 Hwy 157 Rising Fawn, GA 706-398-0882 10 D,G,H,I Our Mountain Cabins 265 Cabin Drive 706-862-6363 10 D,E,G,H Scenic View Log Cabins 177 Scenic View Drive Rising Fawn, GA 706-398-0230 9 D,E,G,H Sky Harbor Bavarian Inn 2159 Old Wauhatchie Pike 423-821-8619 11 B,D,G,H,I,J,L 38 B,C,D,E,F,G,J,L 109 Ochs Highway 827 Broad Street 800-691-1255 2000 E. 23rd St. LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN AREA CHICKAMAUGA BATTLEFIELD AREA Best Western/Battlefield Inn 2120 Lafayette Road Accommodations – 38 706-866-0222 800-528-1234 LODGING LISTINGS AMENITIES: AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION - A COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST - B EXERCISE FACILITIES - C FREE PARKING - D HOTEL INDOOR POOL - F JACUZZI/HOT TUB - G KITCHENETTE - H OUTDOOR POOL - I ADDRESS PETS ALLOWED - J RESTAURANT - K WIFI AND/OR HI SPEED - L PHONE# # ROOMS AMENITIES CHICKAMAUGA BATTLEFIELD AREA(cont.) Captain’s Quarters B&B Inn 13 Barnhardt Circle 706-858-0624 800-710-6816 9 B,D,L Super 8 Motel/Fort Oglethorpe 2044 Lafayette Rd. 800-800-8000 706-861-1744 45 B,D,E,I,L Comfort Inn 4833 Hixson Pike 800-424-6423 423-877-8388 55 B,D,E,I,L Country Inn & Suites 5105 Hwy.153 800-424-6423 423-308-2333 81 B,C,D,E,F,G,L Hampton Inn 1920 Hamill Road 800-426-7866 423-877-3100 59 B,C,D,E,I,L Holiday Inn Express and Suites 4820 Hixson Pike 800-465-4329 423-877-6464 70 B,C,D,E,F,G,L HomeAway Extended Stay Studios 1949 Northpoint Blvd. 800-598-4859 423-643-HOME 105 B,D,E,H,I,J,L 639 Camp Jordan Pkwy. 888-315-2378 423-894-6110 90 B,D,E,G,H,J,L Comfort Inn & Suites 6710 Ringgold Rd. Conference Center 423-893-7979 114 800-424-6423 114 B,C,D,E,G,H,I,L Country Hearth Inn & Suites 6700 Ringgold Rd. 423-892-8100 800-722-2332 230 A,B,C,D,E,I,J,K,L Days Inn 6510 Ringgold Rd. 800-329-7666 Fairfield Inn & Suites 1453 N. Mack Smith Rd. 800-228-2800 423-894-0911 90 B,D,E,I,L 423-499-4080 79 B,C,D,E,F,G,L Holiday Inn Express & Suites 423-308-0111 64 B,C,D,E,F,G,L 423-894-1417 800-424-6423 87 B,D,E,H,I,J,L 423-894-1860 877-894-1860 72 B,D,E,F,J,L HWY. 153/HIXSON I-75 EXIT 1/EAST RIDGE Americas Best Value Inn 1441 N. Smith Rd. 800-465-4329 Motel 6 2281 Camp Jordan Pkwy Ramada Ltd. 6650 Ringgold Rd. Accommodations – 39 LODGING LISTINGS AMENITIES: AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION - A COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST - B EXERCISE FACILITIES - C FREE PARKING - D HOTEL INDOOR POOL - F JACUZZI/HOT TUB - G KITCHENETTE - H OUTDOOR POOL - I ADDRESS PETS ALLOWED - J RESTAURANT - K WIFI AND/OR HI SPEED - L PHONE# # ROOMS AMENITIES I-75 EXIT 3BW/BRAINERD InTown Suites 5730 Lee Highway 423-894-0777 800-553-9338 132 D,E,H I-75 EXIT 5/HAMILTON PLACE Clarion Inn & Suites 2345 Shallowford Village Drive 423-855-2898 800-465-4329 121 A,C,D,E,I,K,L Comfort Inn & Suites 2341 Shallowford Village Drive 423-899-5151 800-424-6423 76 D,E,I,L Country Suites - Chattanooga 7051 McCutcheon Rd. 423-899-2300 800-456-4000 82 A,B,C,D,E,F,G,I,L Courtyard by Marriott 2210 Bams Drive 423-499-4400 800-321-2211 109 C,D,E,G,I,L Fairfield Inn 423-499-3800 800-228-2800 105 B,D,E,I,L Hampton Inn 7013 Shallowford Rd. 423-855-0095 800-426-7866 167 A,B,C,D,E,G,H,I,L Hilton Garden Inn 423-308-4400 877-782-9444 112 A,C,D,E,F,G,L Homewood Suites by Hilton 2250 Center Street 423-510-8020 800-225-5466 76 A,B,C,D,E,G,H,I,L InTown Suites 423-485-0955 119 D,E,H,L La Quinta Inn 7015 Shallowford Rd. 423-855-0011 800-531-5900 132 B,D,E,I,J,L MainStay Suites 7030 Amin Drive 423-485-9424 800-660-6246 77 B,C,D,E,H,J,L Microtel Inn 7014 McCutcheon Rd. 423-510-0761 800-874-8507 98 B,D,E,J,L Quality Suites/Shallowford 7324 Shallowford Rd. 423-892-1500 800-517-4000 62 B,C,D,E,F,G,J,L Ramada Ltd./I-75/Airport North Village Drive 423-855-2090 42 B,D,E,G,H,L Accommodations – 40 2350 Shallowford Village Drive 2343 Shallowford Village Drive 1914 Gunbarrel Rd. 2361 Shallowford LODGING LISTINGS AMENITIES: AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION - A COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST - B EXERCISE FACILITIES - C FREE PARKING - D HOTEL INDOOR POOL - F JACUZZI/HOT TUB - G KITCHENETTE - H OUTDOOR POOL - I ADDRESS PETS ALLOWED - J RESTAURANT - K WIFI AND/OR HI SPEED - L PHONE# # ROOMS AMENITIES I-75 EXIT 5/HAMILTON PLACE (cont.) Red Roof Inns 7014 Shallowford Rd. 423-899-0143 800-733-7669 112 D,E,J,L Residence Inn by Marriott 6716 Heritage Business Court 800-733-7669 423-499-0497 109 B,E,F,G,H,I,J,K Sleep Inn 2351 Shallowford Village Dr. 423-894-5333 800-221-2222 57 B,D,E,L Staybridge Suites 7015 Shallowford Rd. 423-826-2700 877-238-8889 88 B,C,D,E,F,G,H,J,L Super 8 Motel 7024 McCutcheon Rd. 423-490-8560 51 A,B,D,E,F,L Wingate by Wyndham 7312 Shallowford Rd. 423-893-7400 800-228-1000 82 A,B,C,D,E,G,L America’s Best Inn 7717 Lee Highway 423-894-5454 800-237-8466 60 B,D,E,G,I,J,L Best Western/Heritage Inn 7641 Lee Highway 423-899-3311 800-528-1234 100 A,C,D,E,G,I,K,L Comfort Inn 7620 Hamilton Park Dr. Econo Lodge 7421 Bonny Oaks Dr. 423-499-1993 877-424-6423 48 B,D,E,G,I,J,L 423-499-9550 800-553-2066 58 B,D,E,G,I,L Motel 6 Operating L.P. 7707 Lee Highway 423-892-7707 800-466-8356 97 D,E,I,J,L 423-886-4561 4 B,D I-75 EXIT 7/BONNY OAKS SIGNAL MOUNTAIN Old Towne Bed & Breakfast 504 James Blvd. Accommodations – 41 LODGING LISTINGS AMENITIES: AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION - A COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST - B EXERCISE FACILITIES - C FREE PARKING - D HOTEL INDOOR POOL - F JACUZZI/HOT TUB - G KITCHENETTE - H OUTDOOR POOL - I PETS ALLOWED - J RESTAURANT - K WIFI AND/OR HI SPEED - L ADDRESS PHONE# # ROOMS AMENITIES Alpine Lodge Motel 4328 Cummings Hwy. 423-821-2546 12 D,G,H,I,J Baymont Inn & Suites 3540 Cummings Hwy. 877-229-6668 423-821-1090 72 B,D,E,F,G,L Best Western/Royal Inn 3644 Cummings Hwy. 800-528-1234 423-821-6840 54 B,D,E,G,I,J,L Country Inn & Suites/ Chattanooga I-24 3725 Modern Industries Blvd.West 423-825-6100 800-456-4000 76 B,C,D,E,F,G,L Days Inn/Tiftonia 3801 Cummings Hwy. 800-329-7666 423-821-6044 82 B,D,E,F,J,L Fairfield Inn/Tifonia 40 Starview Lane 888-236-2427 82 B,C,D,E,F,L Hampton Inn 3641 Cummings Hwy. 423-821-5500 800-HAM-PTON 91 B,C,D,E,G,I,L Holiday Inn Express & Suites 3710 Modern Industries Pkwy. 423-424-0125 800-405-4329 92 B,C,D,E,F,L Knights Inn 3655 Cummings Hwy. 423-821-2233 55 B,D,E,L Ramada Ltd. 30 Birmingham Hwy. 800-585-8177 423-821-7162 78 B,D,E,F,J,L Super 8 Motel 20 Birmingham Hwy. 423-821-8880 800-800-8000 73 D,E,J,L I-24 EXIT 174/TIFTONIA I-24 EXIT 175/BROWNS FERRY Americas Best Value Inn 103 Patten Chapel Rd. 888-315-2378 423-821-8599 50 D,E,I,J,K,L Comfort Inn & Suites 3117 Parker Lane 800-228-5150 423-822-7322 60 B,C,D,E,F,I,L Quality Inn 3109 Parker Lane 800-228-5150 423-821-1499 58 B,D,E,F,G,I,J,L Accommodations – 42 MEETING FACILITIES • Chattanooga Convention Center...................43-44 • Back Inn Café............................................... 47 • Camp Jordan Park & Arena..........................45-46 • McKenzie Arena............................................. 47 • Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium............. 48 • Tivoli Theatre............................................... 48 Meeting Facilities MEETING FACILITIES Where Open Space Meets The Open Sky. With 185,000 square feet on one level and 9,000 spacious hotel rooms nearby, the Chattanooga Convention center is the ideal place to meet. And itâ€™s all surrounded by lush, mountain vistasâ€”which is why here, there always seems to be something in the air. For more details, call the Chattanooga CVB at 800.964.8600 or visit chattanoogafun.com. CHATTANOOGA CONVENTION CENTER 1150 Carter Street P.O. Box 6008 (mailing) Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/756-0001 800/962-5213 423/267-5291 fax www.chattconvention.org The Chattanooga Convention Center, located in the heart of downtown, offers 185,000 square feet. Column free exhibit space totals 100,800 square feet (total of four halls). There are 21 meeting rooms ranging in size from 812 to 1,800 square feet, and they can be configured to space ranging in size from 1,624 to 5,400 square feet. Pre-function space is at 40,000 square feet. There are 11 loading docks. The facility is one level. There are 2,000 hotel rooms either connecting or surrounding the Chattanooga Convention Center. There are an additional 7,000 hotel rooms 5 - 15 minutes from downtown. The Chattanooga Convention Center is the first center in the nation to incorporate “day lighting” technology. This technology allows sunlight to filter in through 30-foot ceiling openings and complement the building’s artificial light. This lighting has proven “mood-enhancing” capabilities. High speed Internet access and networking capabilities are available for conventions, trade shows, and meetings. An award-winning chef works with a local organic farm to bring healthy and seasonal food to the menu. Meeting Facilities – 43 CHATTANOOGA CONVENTION CENTER 1150 Carter Street P.O. Box 6008 (mailing) Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/756-0001 800/962-5213 423/267-5291 fax www.chattconvention.org Meeting Rooms Dimensions Sq.Ft. Classroom Theatre Banquet Exhibit Hall A Exhibit Hall B Exhibit Hall C Exhibit Hall D Exhibit Halls C&D Exhibit Halls C,D,&B Exhibit Halls A&B Exhibit Halls A,B,C,&D Ballroom E Ballroom F Ballroom G Ballroom H Ballroom I Ballroom J Ballrooms H&I Ballrooms I&J Ballrooms H,I,&J Ballrooms E&F Ballrooms F&G Ballrooms E,F,&G Ballrooms E through J Meeting Room 1 Meeting Room 2 Meeting Room 3 Meeting Room 4 Meeting Room 5 Meeting Room 6 Meeting Room 7 Meeting Room 8 Meeting Room 9 Meeting Room 10 Meeting Room 11 Meeting Room 12 Meeting Room 13 Meeting Room 14 Meeting Room 15 Meeting Room 16 Meeting Room 17 Meeting Room 18 Meeting Room 19 Meeting Room 20 Meeting Room 21 Meeting Rooms 4&5 Meeting Rooms 5&6 Meeting Rooms 4,5,&6 Meeting Rooms 13&14 Meeting Rooms 14&15 Meeting Rooms 13,14&15 Meeting Rooms 7&8 Meeting Rooms 9&10 Meeting Rooms 16&17 Meeting Rooms 18&19 Meeting Rooms 20&21 Meeting Facilities – 44 150x240 120x240 120x150 120x150 150x240 240x270 240x270 240x420 63x45 63x45 63x45 63x45 63x45 63x45 63x92 63x92 63x138 63x92 63x92 63x138 135x136 30x29 35x30 49x37 49x37 49x37 49x37 29x28 29x28 29x28 29x28 38x30 49x37 49x37 49x37 49x37 29x28 29x28 29x28 29x28 29x28 29x28 98x37 98x37 147x37 98x37 98x37 147x37 58x28 58x28 58x28 58x28 58x28 36,000 28,800 18,000 18,000 36,000 64,800 64,800 100,800 2,911 2,911 2,911 2,911 2,911 2,911 5,800 5,800 8,700 5,800 5,800 8,700 19,000 870 1,050 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 812 812 812 812 1,140 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 812 812 812 812 812 812 3,600 3,600 5,400 3,600 3,600 5,400 1,624 1,624 1,624 1,624 1,624 1,864 1,486 930 930 1,864 3,350 3,350 5,210 216 216 216 216 216 216 384 384 624 384 384 624 1,248 40 60 108 108 108 108 40 40 40 40 60 108 108 108 108 40 40 40 40 40 40 216 216 360 216 216 360 72 72 72 72 72 3,000 2,394 1,800 1,800 3,000 5,394 5,394 8,000 340 340 340 340 340 340 812 812 1,152 812 812 1,152 2,304 70 126 221 221 221 221 70 70 70 70 126 221 221 221 221 70 70 70 70 70 70 442 442 702 442 442 702 182 182 182 182 182 2,248 1,800 1,120 1,120 2,248 4,048 4,048 6,288 176 176 176 176 176 176 400 400 664 400 400 664 1,400 48 64 120 120 120 120 48 48 48 48 64 120 120 120 120 48 48 48 48 48 48 256 256 400 256 256 400 112 112 112 112 112 Exhibits 10’ x 10’ 180 145 90 90 180 320 320 500 15 15 15 15 15 15 36 36 53 36 36 53 112 --------11 11 11 11 --------------------11 11 11 11 ------------------------22 22 32 22 22 32 10 10 10 10 10 CAMP JORDAN PARK & ARENA Physical Address: 323 Camp Jordan Pkwy. • East Ridge, TN 37412 Mailing Address: 1517 Tombras Avenue • East Ridge, TN 37412 423/490/0078 • 423/490/0834 fax www.campjordan.com Camp Jordan Park and Arena is the hidden jewel of East Ridge. This 257-acre recreational facility has something for everyone. Located at the junction of Interstates 24 and 75 off exit 1, the facility is conveniently located minutes from many destinations in and around Chattanooga. The Arena offers 34,000 square feet with 27,000 square feet of column-free exhibition space. It is heated and air-conditioned and can seat up to 3,500 in permanent bleachers and another 2,000 on the floor. The arena was designed to accommodate a wide range of activities, including indoor soccer and sporting events, concerts, entertainment productions, religious gatherings, exhibitions, meetings, equipment and trade shows. The park features a 2-mile walking track, a catch and release fishing pond, 9 world-class soccer fields, 13 baseball and softball fields, a 300-site RV park for rallies, a picnic pavilion with full kitchen for large or small gatherings and an outdoor amphitheater, perfect for outdoor shows and concerts. More than 1,000 hotel rooms are located within a mile of Camp Jordan, as are a number of restaurants. The facility is also located 10 minutes from Hamilton Place Mall, one of the largest shopping malls in Tennessee. Camp Jordan Park and Arena is suitable for banquets, receptions and seminars in addition to the events already listed. There is ample parking for 1,000 + cars. Meeting Facilities – 45 CAMP JORDAN PARK & ARENA Physical Address: 323 Camp Jordan Parkway East Ridge, TN 37412 Mailing Address: 1517 Tombras Avenue East Ridge, TN 37412 423/490/0078 423/490/0834 fax www.campjordan.com 93’ Seating Capacity: 3,500 permanent bleachers 2,000 floor seating Exhibits: 135 - 10’ x 10’ booths Ladies Office Men Concessions Conference Room Lobby TB Ticket Booth ENTRY Meeting Facilities – 46 Raised Concourse 30 feet wide 103’ 210’ 50’ BACK INN CAFÉ 412 East Second Street Chattanooga, TN 37403 423/265/5033 x1 423/757-0104 fax www.BackInnCafe.com Back Inn Café is the perfect place for luncheons, board meetings, executive conferences and more. Specializing in smaller group gatherings, guests will have the flexibility to order off the standard menu or create a special menu for their group. You can seat up to 30 people in one of our beautiful sunrooms and dine overlooking the Tennessee River. In addition to the sunrooms, smaller spaces and other rooms throughout Bluff View Art District can be rented by the hour or for the day. AV equipment can be set up and our friendly staff will make sure every part of your meeting goes smoothly. McKENZIE ARENA 720 E. 4th Street (corner of 4th & Mabel) Chattanooga, TN 37403 423/425-4706 www.utc.edu/mckenziearena The McKenzie Arena, a multipurpose assembly facility, is ideal for a wide variety of events such as corporate meetings, religious meetings, trade shows, as well as sport and entertainment events. The Arena is conveniently located near downtown Chattanooga on the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Campus. Over 1,000 parking spaces surround the facility site, including a five level garage. Convenient bus service is also available from downtown hotels. Seating can be arranged front-of-stage or in-the-round for 3,000 to 12,000 participants. The Arena floor has over 27,000 sq. ft. of unobstructed exhibit space. Meeting Facilities – 47 SOLDIERS & SAILORS MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM 399 McCallie Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/757-5156 423/757-5326 fax www.ChattanoogaOnStage.com Built in 1924, Memorial Auditorium underwent an extensive renovation in the 1990s that elevated the facility’s technical and support systems to today’s standards while preserving the historic landmark’s original architectural elegance. The Auditorium houses two theaters. The mid-sized main hall seats 3,866, while the smaller Community Theatre offers a more intimate seating for 1,000. An Exhibit Hall on the ground level has 9,600 square feet of carpeted display space to accommodate small trade shows and banquets for up to 400 people. Additional breakout spaces and meeting rooms are located on the upper levels. The TIVOLI THEATRE 709 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/757-5156 423/757-5326 fax www.ChattanoogaOnStage.com Located in the vibrant heart of downtown, the Tivoli Theatre is an elegantly restored 1920’s movie palace known as the “Jewel of the South.” Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Tivoli is the home of the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera Association and also welcomes a wide variety of touring companies each year. The Tivoli seats 1,762 patrons and is ideal for lectures and general sessions. Its backstage area boasts four “star” dressing rooms and two large group dressing rooms with all amenities. An additional 31’ x 60’ rehearsal room/dance studio can accommodate a banquet set-up for up to 150 people. Meeting Facilities – 48 ATTRACTIONS & OFF-SITE VENUES Attractions & Off-Site Venues • 212 Market Restaurant........................................ 57 • AT&T Field......................................................... 65 • Big River Grille & Brewing Works........................... 65 • Blue Moon Cruises.............................................. 58 • Bluewater Grille................................................. 66 • Bluff View Art District......................................... 66 • Chattanooga Ducks ............................................ 67 • Chattanooga Nature Center.................................. 67 • Chattanooga Zoo............................................49-50 • Creative Discovery Museum.................................. 59 • Dragon Dreams Museum & Gift Shop...................... 68 • Fat Cat Ferry...................................................... 68 • Gordon Lee Mansion............................................ 69 • Grandview......................................................... 69 • Hamilton Place.................................................. 70 • Hennen’s........................................................... 60 • Hunter Museum of American Art.......................51-52 • IBJM Messianic Museum & Gift Shop..................... 70 • Jenkins Buffet................................................... 71 • Jukebox Junction Family Theater.......................... 61 • Loose Cannon Gallery . ....................................... 62 • Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park.................... 71 • The Mill - Event Hall of Chattanooga..................... 72 • Pier 2 and Southern Belle Riverboat..................53-54 • Riverbend Festival.............................................. 72 • Rock City’s Group Pavilion.................................... 73 • Ruby Falls......................................................... 73 • Table 2 Grill & Lounge . ...................................... 63 • Tennessee Aquarium & IMAX® Theater...............55-56 • Tennessee Aquarium River Gorge Explorer .............. 64 • Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum........................ 74 ATTRACTIONS & OFF-SITE VENUES The CHATTANOOGA ZOO 1254 East 3rd Street Chattanooga, TN 37404 423/697-1322 423/697-1329 fax www.chattzoo.org Located just five minutes from the downtown area, the Chattanooga Zoo features a variety of animals from around the world. Whether you’re content to admire the mysterious prowl of the snow leopards or would rather discuss the plight of the endangered pandas with a zoo representative, you’ll find both our facilities and our staff most welcoming. The Chattanooga Zoo is the ultimate up close and personal zoo experience. The Zoo is a great venue for events of any size or budget. While primarily outdoors, the Zoo also features several indoor facilities, the largest of which is a 3,500 square foot banquet hall. The Zoo also has two covered outdoor pavilions and two large outdoor tents. We have the ability to gain any audience’s attention with our amazing animals and unique setting. If you’re looking for the purr-fect venue, look no further than the zoo! Please contact us at (423) 421-1567 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to make a reservation. The Chattanooga Zoo is open seven days a week from 9am-5pm with after-hours rental available. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 49 The CHATTANOOGA ZOO 1254 East 3rd Street Chattanooga, TN 37404 423/697-1322 423/697-1329 fax www.chattzoo.org Outside or Inside? Food & Drink Setup Available Restrooms within 200 yards (handicap accessible) Square Feet 2,000 Primarily outside Yes Yes 13 acres Education Center 300+ Indoor Yes, kitchen onsite Yes 3,500 sq.ft. Event Tent At Entry Plaza 125+ Covered Yes Yes 1,000 sq.ft. Event Tent at Hyena Exhibit 75+ Covered Yes Yes 500 sq.ft. Carousel Pavilion 150+ Covered Yes, kitchen onsite Yes 2,000 sq.ft. Gombe Forest Interpretive Area 25+ Indoor Yes Yes 1,500 sq.ft Snow Leopard Trading Post 25+ Covered Yes Yes 750 sq.ft. Education Classroom 35+ Indoor Yes Yes 1,000 sq.ft. Log Cabin 35+ Indoor Yes Yes 1,200 sq.ft. Areas How many people? Entire Zoo Tables and chairs are available for rent on site. DAY OR NIGHT, WE ARE A PROFESSIONAL VENUE WITH THE FEEL OF THE WILDS! Attractions/ Off-Site Venues â€“ 50 HUNTER MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART 10 Bluff View Chattanooga, TN 37403 423/267-0968 423/267-9844 www.huntermuseum.org With its magnificent view of the Tennessee River, the Walnut Street Bridge and the North Shore, the Hunter Museum of American Art captures the very essence of Chattanooga’s scenic beauty. With easy access to downtown accommodations and other attractions, the Hunter offers unlimited possibilities for your event. Your guests can stroll down the Riverfront and then visit our galleries or you may use the Museum to host a formal evening event. Either way, no visit to Chattanooga is complete without a visit to the Hunter. Whether your event is an intimate gathering of 50 or a party for 500, a corporate gathering or a wedding, the Hunter Museum’s breathtaking location will amaze your guests. The Hunter offers several versatile event spaces. Possibilities abound with the Museum’s two indoor spaces, the Lobby and the Auditorium, which provide 4,000 square feet. The two outdoor spaces, the River and Paley Terraces, offer 10,000 square feet. You may even have your guests tour the Museum’s galleries during your event. The auditorium can accommodate up to 50 people for a weekday luncheon or 85 people for a presentation. Evening rentals are available on every day of the week except Thursdays. Museum spaces cannot be rented separately on Saturday evenings from April to October. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 51 HUNTER MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART 10 Bluff View Chattanooga, TN 37403 423/267-0968 423/267-9844 www.huntermuseum.org Sq. Ft. Theatre Classroom U-Shape Conference Banquet Reception Lobby 2,364 Auditorium 1,420 Paley Terrace 1,410 River Terrace 8,350 170 85 30 175 170 60 30 150 100 45 15 125 125 45 15 125 160 60 30 220 240 80 75 500 STAGE (185 sq.ft.) AUDITORIUM (1,420 square feet) LOBBY (4,100 square feet) (2,364 leasable square feet) RIVER TERRACE (8,350 square feet) PALEY TERRACE (1,410 square feet) Attractions/ Off-Site Venues â€“ 52 PIER 2 AND SOUTHERN BELLE RIVERBOAT 201 Riverfront Parkway Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/266-4488 423/648-9107 fax www.ChattanoogaRiverboat.com Pier 2 and Southern Belle Riverboat – Private Parties on the River Pier 2 – Banquet Facilities Pier 2 @ the Landing is the Southern Belle’s docking facility. Our grand chandelier deck is the perfect setting for your private event or party. The Mezzanine Deck in Pier 2 will accommodate 300 people for luncheons or dinner and up to 475 for hors d’oeuvres. Pier 2 and the Southern Belle will team up for combination packages. You will start your evening on Pier 2 then board the Southern Belle for your cruise down the scenic Tennessee River. Utilizing both decks on Pier 2 and the Southern Belle Riverboat, we can accommodate up to 600 for dinner and up to 1,000 for hors d’oeuvres. This is the perfect place for weddings, receptions, class reunions, anniversaries, luncheons and corporate functions. The deck can also be used for meeting space. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 53 PIER 2 AND SOUTHERN BELLE RIVERBOAT 201 Riverfront Parkway Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/266-4488 423/648-9107 fax www.ChattanoogaRiverboat.com Pier 2 will accommodate up to 300 for dinner and 425 for hors d’oeuvres using one deck. Note: Tables and chairs can be situated to accommodate theatre style or classroom seating. Pier 2 @ the landing The Southern Belle will accommodate up to 320 for dinner, 425 for hors d’oeuvres using two decks. Southern Belle 1st Deck Southern Belle 2nd Deck Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 54 TENNESSEE AQUARIUM & IMAX® THEATER One Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 800/262-0695 423/265-2871 fax www.tnaqua.org Come create special memories while visiting Chattanooga. Located on the banks of the Tennessee River, the Tennessee Aquarium takes you and your group on a journey from the mountains to the sea. Discover giant catfish, playful otters, mysterious jellyfish, fierce sharks, waddling penguins and hundreds of free-flying butterflies. Whether you’re visiting as a group or on your own, the Tennessee Aquarium offers several options. To visit as a group, simply call the reservations line. To visit on your own, please call for individual discount coupons. Evening hours — Host your after-hours dinner and reception. Whether you’re dining with seahorses or sipping cocktails with penguins, experience the Aquarium and IMAX privately and make this year’s event an unforgettable experience. Also available – “Sleep in the Deep.” Looking for an adventure that everyone can enjoy? Call and book your overnight adventure and wake up to a whole new world. Spend the evening behind the scenes with aquarium staff and experience these magnificent animals up close. Call 800-262-0695 for group reservations. For more information, contact Meredith Lewallen at 423-785-3019 or email@example.com. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 55 TENNESSEE AQUARIUM & IMAX® THEATER One Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 800/262-0695 423/265-2871 fax www.tnaqua.org Sq. Ft. Theater Banquet River Journey Auditorium 185 River Journey Lobby 3,155 200 Ocean Journey Overlook 3,000 50 IMAX Great Hall 4,575 150 IMAX Theater 400 IMAX Outdoor Garden IMAX Boardroom 600 Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 56 Reception Conference 1000 200 375 50 40 20 212 MARKET RESTAURANT Tennessee’s 1st Certified Green Restaurant 212 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/265-1212 423/267-6757 fax www.212market.com The first to arrive in downtown Chattanooga’s Riverfront Restaurant District, 212 Market Restaurant serves outstandingly creative and contemporary American cuisine - as well as the freshest seafood. Moderately priced, 212’s menu varies frequently. Masterful presentations are created entirely in-house from farm-fresh and healthy local ingredients. Daily lunch and dinner specials reflect the high-mark in seasonal availability of select items. Saturdays and Sundays feature 212’s popular brunch menu. Dazzling desserts, all made from scratch, run the spectrum from light sorbets to decadent flourless chocolate truffle cake. 212 also features live music on Friday evenings and a “Jazz Brunch” every third Sunday. Lunch and dinner specials are posted daily on the web. 212 is perfect for business meetings, private parties and family gatherings. Private dining is available for groups of up to (100) persons. 212 is an AAA three-diamond and Mobil three-star establishment. Wine Spectator has given 212 its “Award of Excellence” for 11 years in a row. “Hearthealthy” options, vegetarian menu choices and special needs are cheerfully accommodated. In the spring of 2007, 212 was named Tennessee’s first, “Certified Green” restaurant by the Green Restaurant Association of America. Having met rigorous guidelines for conservation in the areas of water, power, and recycling along with a dedication to sustainable growth farmers, 212 prides itself on raising the bar for restaurateurs leading the way in environmental stewardship while maintaining firstclass quality and service. Restaurant Hours - Lunch: Mon-Fri 11am-3pm / Sat-Sun 11:30am-3pm • Dinner: Mon-Thurs 5pm-9:30pm / Fri-Sat 5pm-10pm • Sun 5pm-9pm Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 57 BLUE MOON CRUISES Main Office: 5637 Hwy. 411 S. Benton, TN 37307 1/888-993-BLUE (2583) www.BlueMoonCruises.org The Blue Moon is Chattanooga’s only luxury cruiser for your private event or special occasion. The elegant Blue Moon is a most impressive venue with spectacular views of our mountains and ever-changing scenery along the banks of the meandering Tennessee River. The Blue Moon is ideal for corporate meetings, fundraising events, reunions, weddings or private cruises for your exclusive clientele. Because the Blue Moon is a medium sized luxury cruiser, you have the ability to create an intimate setting and experience that is unavailable anywhere else in this region. Our crew is dedicated to making your cruise as unforgettable as the surroundings we present. The Blue Moon Cruises feature: • Elite personalized service tailored to your desires • Exceptional food and presentation customized to your needs • Full service bar • Accommodates 45 guests for a plated meal, 60 guests for a buffet meal, and 75 plus for a more casual hors d’oeuvre setting • Modern climate-controlled main deck cabin with restrooms • Large picture windows surrounding the main cabin for allround views • The forward main deck and upper deck provide open air viewing • Audio and visual system includes Wireless Microphone, DVD and VHS player, Multi CD Disc Player, with digital capabilities Blue Moon Cruises is owned and operated by The Ocoee Adventure Company, LLC with more than a decade of providing quality outdoor adventures. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 58 CREATIVE DISCOVERY MUSEUM 321 Chestnut Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/756-2738 423/267-9344 fax www.cdmfun.org Creative Discovery Museum is a hands-on children’s museum offering activities and exhibits featuring art, music, science, and technology. The Museum offers a unique space for meetings and events, including a theater-style auditorium that seats 118, and full access opportunities to host private parties for up to 300 guests. Visitors can float boats through a lock and dam system in RiverPlay, dig for dinosaur bones in Excavation Station, or build a race car and learn about electricity in the Inventors’ Clubhouse. In Arts Alley, budding artists can create clay sculptures, play musical instruments, or ham it up in the “Back Alley Theatre”. The Museum’s threestory Lookout Tower features a moving 3-D sculpture on the first floor, an optics gallery and active beehive on the second floor, and an observation deck on top that overlooks the city. Visitors can also venture outdoors to the Museum’s Rooftop Fun Factory where they can launch balls in the air and lift themselves off the roof with pulleys. The Little Yellow House is designed just for toddlers. Here, the Museum’s youngest visitors climb in a tree house, play in a fully equipped kitchen, or tinker in the Little Yellow Garage, while babies can explore the infant garden. The Temporary Exhibit Gallery houses a rotation of regularly changing blockbuster exhibits – for no extra admission fee. Other educational programs include science demonstrations, art lessons, visiting artists and performers, and scientists-in-residence. For inspirational play and a day full of family fun, introduce your kids to Creative Discovery Museum! For private rental information, please contact Carla Campbell at 423-6486054 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 59 HENNEN’S 193 Chestnut Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/634.5160 423/645.0668 fax www.Hennens.net Welcome to Hennen’s, conveniently located in Chattanooga’s premier riverfront development, Riverpier Landing, within a short walking distance of the Tennessee Aquarium, IMAX Theatre, AT&T Park and several of downtown Chattanooga’s finest hotels. Join us for a casually-upscale dining experience featuring fresh seasonal cuisine made from scratch with local ingredients, from Executive Chef Josh Wool. Choose from a unique selection of fresh seafood & steaks, along with innovative pasta, salad and poultry offerings. House specialties include daily fresh fish features, hand-cut steaks and house prime rib, Sesame Ahi Tuna, Feta Chicken, Baby Spinach Salad and Warm Bread Pudding. Hennen’s features a full bar and outdoor patio seating, with over thirty wines by the glass from the 2,400 bottle wine cellar. Enjoy dining in the multi-level dining room, bar, al fresco, or reserve your group event or party in our private dining room. Preset menus are available upon request. Reservations and call-ahead seating accepted by calling 423/634-5160. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 60 JUKEBOX JUNCTION FAMILY THEATER 1400 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 866/466-2916 www.jukeboxjunctiontheater.com Enjoy two family value shows in one night of fun at The Jukebox Junction Family Theater! The Chattanooga Choo Choo is the home of the Scenic City’s #1 musicalcomedy attraction. From March through mid-December, on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm, for one ticket price, you’ll be doubly entertained by Elwood Smooch’s Choo Choo Boogie Variety Show and The 50’s and 60’s Rock N Roll Revue. Elwood Smooch’s Choo Choo Boogie Variety Show is a one-hour of big belly laughs and little blessings, talented kids, country, swing, and glorious gospel music. Clown Hall of Famer, Elwood Smooch is the pied piper in a fast moving 10-person ensemble show that’s served with joy, happiness and Tennessee pride. The 50’s & 60’s Rock N Roll Revue is a one-hour non-stop, high energy production that sings the best songs that ever danced out of a jukebox onto a Chattanooga stage. The band is hot, the singers are soulful and the dancers are locomotive. This 14-person ensemble cast will take you back in time to America’s most musical and carefree era. The Jukebox Junction Theater is a plush, warm and comfortable venue, with ample parking. We gladly welcome and thoroughly entertain all age groups (20-500) with reserved seating, special treatment and grinning group rates. Lodging and dining packages with the Choo Choo are available for families and groups. Shows begin at 7:30 pm – general admission seating – popcorn, candy and coke concessions. Jukebox Junction Family Theater is a TripAdvisor.com recommended attraction. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 61 LOOSE CANNON GALLERY 1800 Rossville Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37408 423/648-0992 www.loosecannonartandevents.com Experience Loose Cannon Gallery and transform your Chattanooga experience. Loose Cannon Gallery is your destination for good art and great events. From vibrant city-wide celebrations to intimate private gatherings, Loose Cannon Gallery is known for transforming the moment into a lasting impression. So whether your next event is quiet, loud or somewhere in between, make it artful at Loose Cannon Gallery. Renovated from a turn-of-the-century warehouse space into an urbane art gallery located in Chattanooga’s burgeoning Southside art district, Loose Cannon offers a unique experience unlike any in the region. With over 10,000 square feet of available space, Loose Cannon features 20 foot ceilings, towering art-clad walls, chic leather furniture, distinctive lighting, a cutting edge AV system and an additional theater space with a generous performance stage. Perfectly unique, and uniquely perfect for all kinds of happenings, including yours. Loose Cannon is also home to artist Terry Cannon’s whimsical folk art paintings and collages that will capture your imagination with bold colors and daring textures. His prolific artwork accentuates Loose Cannon’s festive atmosphere, awing event coordinators, attendees and art enthusiasts alike. So to experience artful events or eventful art, visit Loose Cannon Gallery and transform your Chattanooga experience. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 62 TABLE 2 GRILL & LOUNGE 232 East 11th Street Suite A110 Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/756-8253 www.table2restaurant.com If you have ever been to Napa and fell in love you can recreate the magic of that experience by dining at Table 2. We pride ourselves in offering only the best ingredients provided seasonally by local farms and ranches from the Tennessee Valley. Our extensive wine list completes the Napa experience. All our wines rest properly in temperature controlled storage units until presented at your table. Table 2 has successfully replicated the atmosphere of a restaurant in New York, Chicago or Paris. From the 110 year old Albert Theatre that Table 2 calls home, to the open air kitchen, the suede wrapped dining booths with privacy curtains, to the silk draped theatre style entrance our atmosphere is unparalleled. Whether seated at the Chefâ€™s Bar, outside on our patio, in a romantic booth, or with a large group in the 1,000 square feet private dining area that will seat up to 75 guests, we promise a dining experience that will drive you to return to Chattanooga. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues â€“ 63 TENNESSEE AQUARIUM RIVER GORGE EXPLORER One Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 800/262-0695 423/265-2871 fax www.tnaqua.org Travel down the Tennessee River through “Tennessee’s Little Grand Canyon” to observe wildlife and discover more about one of the most biologically diverse areas in the world. Each two-hour cruise on this high speed catamaran can accommodate up to 70 passengers. Once inside the Gorge, guests will step out onto a viewing deck to enjoy searching for eagles, osprey, and river otters that live in this protected habitat. A Tennessee Aquarium naturalist will point out native plants and animals, discuss the rich history of the river, including its role as an important Civil War site. Private cruises with a predominant focus on civil war history can also be arranged in advance. This high speed vessel is the perfect place for you and your guests to sip cocktails on a private cruise while enjoying breathtaking views of the Gorge as well as the Chattanooga Riverfront. Whether it is a special occasion with family and friends, or a relaxing company cruise, the River Gorge Explorer can be chartered for all kinds of events making it both flexible and fun! Call 800-262-0695 for group reservations. For more information on private cruises, contact Meredith Lewallen at 423-785-3019 or email@example.com. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 64 AT&T FIELD 201 Power Alley Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/267-2208 423/267-4258 fax www.lookouts.com Home of the Chattanooga Lookouts Baseball Club Class AA affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Meal capacity 200; reception capacity 200; stadium capacity 6,400. AT&T Field is located in the heart of downtown Chattanooga. Home to the Chattanooga Lookouts, AT&T Field is the perfect location to bring your family, your friends, clients or co-workers. Tickets for Lookouts baseball can be purchased at the Lookouts’ box office, online at www.lookouts.com, or over the phone at (423) 267-4849. BIG RIVER GRILLE & BREWING WORKS 222 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/267-2739 423/266-1199 fax www.bigrivergrille.com Located in downtown Chattanooga, across from the Tennessee Aquarium, IMAX Theatre, and a short walk from the Children’s Creative Discovery Museum, Big River Grille & Brewing Works features innovative cuisine, award-winning ales and lagers and a spacious outdoor patio. Enjoy championship billiards. The restaurant also features a working brewery, bar and semi-private dining areas for groups and parties accommodating up to 45. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 65 BLUEWATER GRILLE 224 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 423/266-4200 423/266-0877 fax www.bluewaterchattanooga.com Inspired by our renowned seafood restaurants on the northeast coast of Florida, Bluewater Grille brings our passion for the freshest fish possible to Chattanooga. Handpicked in Jacksonville, each fish selection is delivered fresh to Chattanooga. Bluewater Grille features a unique décor and atmosphere that provide an inviting space for casually sophisticated dining occasions, social gatherings, and private dining events for groups from 15-80 people. It is located in downtown Chattanooga, across from the Tennessee Aquarium. BLUFF VIEW ART DISTRICT 411 East Second Street Chattanooga, TN 37403 423/265-5033 or 800/725-8338 423/757-0104 fax www.BluffViewArtDistrict.com Bluff View Art District is an historic city block filled with restaurants, a coffee house, art gallery, Bed and Breakfast, gardens, plazas and courtyards. Sitting high atop stone cliffs the neighborhood offers amazing views of the Tennessee River. The area naturally lends itself to intimate luncheons and meetings, which we can accommodate in one of our many meeting rooms or at Back Inn Cafe’ overlooking the river (sunrooms seat up to 30 people). Seamlessly blending modern technological convenience with historical beauty, we provide your guests with the first class dining experience that made us famous! Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 66 CHATTANOOGA DUCKS 21 West 28th Street Chattanooga, TN 37408 423/756-3825 423/756-3826 fax www.chattanoogaducks.com Experience Chattanooga’s Great Adventure. Just when you think you’ve seen it all from land, we will splash into the Tennessee River for the unforgettable views of Chattanooga’s riverfront, Maclellan Island, all four bridges, the Bluff View Art District and the Hunter Museum. Not just a tour, it’s an adventure. You will board an authentic WWII amphibious landing craft designated DUKW but known affectionately as a “DUCK”. We will tour the historic downtown area then into the river. Available for groups and private charters. CHATTANOOGA NATURE CENTER 400 Garden Road Chattanooga, TN 37419 423/821-1160 423/821-1702 fax www.chattanooganaturecenter.org Just 15 minutes from downtown - come nose-to-nose with red wolves, the most endangered mammal in the United States. Get eye-to-eye with a bald eagle, hawks, vultures, and a variety of owls. Explore a treehouse in the heart of the wetlands along Lookout Creek. Become a member of the Nature Center and canoe Lookout Creek for free all year long - all equipment included. Also, as a member you can spend the night in Paddler’s Perch - an elevated cabin on Lookout Creek. Walk, drive or bike miles of trails at adjoining Reflection Riding Arboretum and Botanical Garden. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 67 The DRAGON DREAMS MUSEUM & GIFT SHOP 6722 E. Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 423/892-2384 www.dragonvet.com Dragon Dreams is not a natural history museum. It is an artistically inspired collection from the realms of imagination and mythology. Our museum is constantly expanding. Come see the new displays among thousands of dragon items from all over the world. Our Gift Shop alone is worth the visit. It is a great place to find a memorable gift for someone special. Open Wednesday - Saturday -10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Sunday -1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. FAT CAT FERRY 301 Riverfront Parkway Chattanooga TN 37402 423/756-5060 info line 423/756-7124 - fax firstname.lastname@example.org chattanoogawatertaxi.com The Fat Cat is an authentic ferry boat designed for an unforgettable Chattanooga experience. Groups will receive an All-Day Boarding Pass to explore the north shore. Enjoy a narrated water tour around Audubon Island; additional stops include an official Trail of Tears site and the City Pier. Hourly departures, refreshments, lively music, and “shore hopping” make the Fat Cat one of the most popular group excursion vessels in Chattanooga. The Fat Cat is also the perfect place to hold your special event (can accommodate up to 250 people), whether it’s a gathering of business associates, or a special occasion. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 68 GORDON LEE MANSION Chickamauga Tourism and Events 217 Cove Road Chickamauga, GA 30707 706/375-4728 706/375-9499 fax www.GordonLeeMansion.com Imagine having your next event at a historic and unique facility located in Chickamauga, Georgia. The GordonLee Mansion (ca. 1847), listed on the National Register of Historic Places, offers a formal garden with a 30’ X 30’ white tent for outdoor events and a banquet facility for indoor events. Include a tour of the Mansion, which is furnished with period antiques in the atmosphere of Southern aristocracy, with your event. We can seat 100 people under our tent and 90 in our banquet facility. Our gazebo has hosted weddings of up to 300 people. GRANDVIEW 1400 Patten Road Lookout Mountain, GA 30750 706/820-7920 706/820-7912 fax 866/820-7920 toll free email@example.com Adjacent to beautiful Rock City Gardens, Grandview shares the same world-famous views of Georgia’s High Country and the valley below. Grandview is an ideal venue for an office party, board meeting, family retreat or fairytale wedding. We can accommodate up to 150. Let our inhouse catering staff help design a menu of your choice. Built in the 1930’s, the English Tudor-Style home features wrought iron detailing, hardwood floors and comfortable decor. Outside, you can relax and enjoy the panoramic view from the porch, the deck or patio. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 69 HAMILTON PLACE 2100 Hamilton Place Blvd. Chattanooga, TN 37421 423/894-7177 www.hamiltonplace.com Tennessee’s largest shopping complex welcomes you with all of the services, restaurants, and fine shopping you would want all in one location! Hamilton Place is home to your favorite department stores including Belk, Dillard’s, JCPenney, and Sears. Add to that over 200 stores including Ann Taylor LOFT, Banana Republic, Chico’s, The Limited, Buckle, Express Men, Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister Co. and Coldwater Creek. Plus over 30 eateries, including Abuelo’s Mexican Food Embassy, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Carrabba’s and Bonefish Grill. IBJM MESSIANIC MUSEUM & GIFT SHOP 1928 Hamill Road Hixson, TN 37343 423/876-8150 423/876-8156 fax www.ibjm.org This FREE ADMISSION, unique, biblical, fact-based museum traces the history, persecution and future blessings of the Jews, and their land, Israel. Here you will find everything from ancient artifacts uncovered in the Holy land to a “Domino’s” pizza carton purchased in Israel! After touring the museum, do some shopping in our on-site Everlasting Nation Gift Shop. On sale are hundreds of items directly from Israel including jewelry, art, greeting cards, ties, music, books, videos and Jewish holiday supplies, just to list a few. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 70 JENKINS BUFFET 4134 Ringgold Road East Ridge, TN 37412 423/629-5449 423/629-7989 fax Located in the center of East Ridge. Approximately three miles from I-75 West. Family owned and ran for over 16 years. Meeting room for seating up to 70 people. Enjoy our southern hospitality and southern cooking. We don’t say we have the best chicken, our customers do! LAKE WINNEPESAUKAH AMUSEMENT PARK 1730 Lakeview Drive Chattanooga, TN 30741 877/525-3946 www.lakewinnie.com Come On, Get Happy! at the South’s favorite family amusement park! With over 35 rides and attractions, Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park is the place for families to enjoy a memorable day of fun and excitement. Take a breathtaking ride on the world-famous Cannon Ball Roller Coaster! Splash down on the Boat Chute or enjoy a classic ride aboard the antique Carrousel. Gift shops, great food, games, mini-golf, and catering for groups of 50 to 5,000. Parking is free. Unlimited rides and group rates available. Call or visit website for days & hours. Located twelve (12) minutes from Chattanooga on the TN/GA line. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 71 THE MILL - EVENT HALL OF CHATTANOOGA 1601 Gulf Street, Suite 100 Chattanooga, TN 37408 423/634-0331 www.themillofchattanooga.com Discover The Mill, Chattanooga’s newest and most distinct event hall. Loaded with historic personality, this venue is in a class of its own, a must see facility. Whether planning for a lavish wedding, corporate event, fundraiser or other social occasion, The Mill is ideally suited and flexible to make any event truly unique. • Accommodations from 20 to 500 seated and 1,000 standing • Outside catering allowed; Large kitchen • Tables and chairs provided • Audio equipment and stage available • Ample amount of parking For more information, contact Lisa Fontana at 423/634-0331. The Every great event deserves a great location RIVERBEND FESTIVAL Chattanooga, Tennessee 423/756-2211 www.riverbendfestival.com Chattanooga is home to one of the biggest music festivals in the country – RIVERBEND! The 9-day festival presents more than one hundred artists on five stages. The 2-level floating Coke Stage presents national touring artists such as: The Steve Miller Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Kid Rock, The Allman Brothers, Hank Williams, Jr., Daughtry, Trisha Yearwood, B.B. King and countless more. Riverbend admission prices are among the lowest in the country, drawing an annual attendance of 650,000. The 29 year Riverbend success story evolved as a result of quality entertainment and a supportive community. The PBS special entitled “The Road To Riverbend” produced by WTCI has been nominated for an Emmy. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 72 Riverbend – June ROCK CITY’S GROUP PAVILION Rock City Gardens 1400 Patten Road • Lookout Mountain, GA 30750 877/820-0759 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.seerockcity.com/pavilion Make plans to gather at Rock City’s Group Pavilion! The pavilion has 3,200 square feet with a 200-person capacity at round tables and 300 at picnic tables. Enjoy the incredible views of the Tennessee Valley from Rock City Gardens. Rock City’s Group Pavilion is the perfect location for wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, church groups, family reunions, corporate outings and tour and travel clubs. Whatever your event, Rock City’s Group Pavilion has it covered! Catering and fountain beverage service available. Restrooms and ice machine on premises. RUBY FALLS 1720 South Scenic Highway Chattanooga, TN 37409 800-755-7105 Bethe1951@aol.com www.rubyfalls.com Ruby Falls was voted a Top 7 Natural Attraction in the United States and is one of Chattanooga’s favorite attractions. Your event will achieve one-of-a-kind status at Ruby Falls featuring the majestic 145-foot falls and spectacular underground caverns. Office parties, family reunions, receptions and clubs are the ideal functions for this venue. A variety of options (both above-ground and below) are available for special event locations – the Fun Forest deck, Castle lobby and tower, and premium after hours in the stunning Falls’ Room. Catering and fountain beverage service is available for up to 150. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues – 73 TENNESSEE VALLEY RAILROAD MUSEUM 4119 Cromwell Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 423/894-8028 423/894-8029 fax www.tvrail.com The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is home to the Southâ€™s largest operating historic railroad. Missionary Ridge Local trains run daily mid-March through October and weekends in November. Chickamauga Turn service operates on summer Saturdays and longer Dixie Land Excursions run on select weekends annually, especially in October and November. We can accommodate up to 500. Family events include North Pole Limited trains for the holidays and Day Out With Thomas in April or May. Theme trains available throughout the season. Satellite service near Etowah, TN features scenic Hiwassee River Rail Adventures. Attractions/ Off-Site Venues â€“ 74 CVB SALES & SERVICES • CVB Sales & Services..............................................75 • Guidelines-Chattanooga..........................................76 • doing Events better ..............................................77 • Suggested Itineraries – Family Attractions......................................... 78-81 – Arts and Gardens........................................... 82-83 – Historical Tours............................................. 84-85 – African-American Heritage.............................. 86-87 – Outdoor Adventure..............................................88 CVB Sales & Service – After the Meeting Adjourns..................................89 • Festivals and Events..............................................90 • Meetings Information – Proposal Request Form..... 91-92 photo by Doug Smith CHATTANOOGA CHATTANOOGA HIXSON HIXSONAREA AREA 423 423 / 899-2300 / 899-2300 423 423 / 3/08-2333 308-2333 CHATTANOOGA CHATTANOOGA DALTON, DALTON,GA GA I-75 I-75Exit Exit5 5 CVB SALES & SERVICES CHATTANOOGA CHATTANOOGA HAMILTON HAMILTONPLACE PLACE LOOKOUT LOOKOUTMTN. 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We can: • Provide general information on convention facilities, hotels, attractions, dining, entertainment and transportation • Determine hotel and facility availability • Obtain proposals from available facilities and hotels • Arrange site visits • Conduct presentations to your decision makers • Submit customized proposals according to your specifications • Check with planners on-site during event The Bureau’s experienced convention services staff will provide assistance for conventions booked through the CVB to ensure your event runs smoothly and efficiently. We provide: • Promotional literature for pre-mailings and on-site convention use • Free Housing Bureau for groups (3) or more hotels on peak night. We request at least six (6) months notice if you choose to use the Housing Bureau service. • Great ideas for programs, leisure activities and referrals for suppliers for your various planning needs • Chattanooga promotional DVD • Visitors Guides containing dining information and maps, discount coupon booklets, and free “Chattanooga” plastic welcome bags • Four (4) free hours of registration assistance or a city information specialist for every 100 rooms utilized on peak night • Suggested sightseeing tours, locations for off-site events, inform media contacts of upcoming meeting Check out our web site www.chattanoogameetings.com for e-post cards that can be used for marketing purposes, pictures that can be downloaded for printed materials and a list of partner services. CVB Sales & Service – 75 GUIDELINES-CHATTANOOGA photo by Med Dement 633 Chestnut Street, Suite 600 Chattanooga, TN 37450 423/242-5005 firstname.lastname@example.org www.guidelines-chattanooga.com got wow? Get Guidelines-Chattanooga. Guidelines-Chattanooga, a division of Benchmarc360, Inc., is the premier supplier of destination management services in Chattanooga. With unmatched industry experience, ideas and expertise, we design events that fuse creativity, strategy and technology. Your objectives drive our business. From concept through post-program review, we offer strategic events that produce results. Our dedicated resources ensure that we deliver services that exceed expectations on every occasion, for every service. Our core competencies have propelled us into proven industry leadership. By setting the pace, we establish the standards others only aspire to. • Airport Meet & Greet • Corporate Picnics • Entertainment • Event Design • Guest/Spouse Programs • Incentive Programs • Meetings • Special Events • Staging & Production • Theme Events • Transportation • VIP Services – and more! 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CVB Sales & Service – 77 SUGGESTED ITINERARIES Family Attractions Blue Moon Discover the Tennessee River Gorge aboard a 70-foot luxury cruiser. Your guides will point out the sights and gladly answer questions. The forward and upper decks provide plenty of open air viewing, while the lower deck is fully climate controlled. By journey’s end you will have experienced the awesome wonders of the “Grand Canyon of the Tennessee River”, including a variety of native bird species. Time to allow: 3.5 hours Chattanooga Ducks The Chattanooga Ducks are unique ex-military amphibious vehicles made for the US Army to land troops on beaches during wartime. The Ducks are equally at home on land or water. Tours enter the water at Ross’ Landing and visit Maclellan Island. Time to allow: 1 hour Chattanooga Ghost Tours, Inc An unusual way to tour downtown Chattanooga is on a walking ghost tour, hearing tales (and maybe even getting pictures) of some of the city’s TRUE hauntings! The tour begins at the Walnut Street Bridge, and proceeds to the Sheraton Read House, home of the infamous Room 311 and its permanent inhabitant, Anna Lisa Netherly, with numerous stops along the way. Chattanooga Riverboat Company The Southern Belle Riverboat, a 500-passenger climate controlled riverboat, features fully-narrated sight-seeing, breakfast, lunch and dinner cruises with entertainment on the Tennessee River. Time to allow: 1 ½ hours except dinner (2 ½ hours) Coolidge Park & Carousel Discover Coolidge Park, named in honor of Charles Coolidge, a World War II Medal of Honor recipient. Coolidge Park is part of the Tennessee Riverpark, the continuous circuit of parks, trails and landmarks along the Tennessee River. The park is home to interactive fountains with water-spouting sculptured animals, and the incredible Coolidge Park Carousel. Time to allow: 1 hour CVB Sales & Service – 78 SUGGESTED ITINERARIES – Family Attractions (cont.) Creative Discovery Museum Children love this interactive art and science museum featuring hands-on learning activities, such as RiverPlay, Arts Alley, Excavation Station and more. Rated one of the top children’s museums in the U.S. by Child Magazine! Time to allow: 2 hours Dragon Dreams Museum Thousands of dragons are on display in a unique collection that has been accumulating since 1975. You will see unusual one-of-a-kind antiques, delicate porcelains, handcrafted figurines, and furniture. The colorful collection is a delight to the eye and you will be amazed at the variety of items embellished with dragons. Time to allow: 1 hour Fat Cat Ferry Catch a fun-filled boat ride on The Fat Cat Ferry, docked at the City Pier at Ross’s Landing, only a block away from the Tennessee Aquarium. Bring and enjoy your lunch on board or let us provide lunch for your group as we travel up and down the TN River, docking briefly at Coolidge Park where you may disembark, ride the Carousel and catch the next Ferry. Time to allow: 1 hour IMAX 3-D Theater Explore new depths with a six-story screen that immerses you into the action. The IMAX 3-D Theater is so real it’s unreal! The Environmental Learning Lab located in the theater has multimedia personal computers with Internet access, educational software and a natural science library. Both the IMAX Theater and the Great Hall are available for events and private movie viewing during non-operational hours. Time to allow: 1 hour Incline Railway Ride “American’s Most Amazing Mile” in trolley style railcars that carry you cloud high. The breathtaking grade of the track, 72.7% near the top, gives the Incline the unique distinction of being the world’s steepest passenger railway. Time to allow: 1 ½ hours International Towing & Recovery Museum The museum contains historical facts and memorabilia of the worldwide towing and recovery industry with antique tow trucks and wreckers on display dating back to 1916. The first tow truck was manufactured in Chattanooga. Time to allow: 45 minutes Jukebox Junction Theater Enjoy two family value shows in one night of fun at The Jukebox Junction Family Theater! The Chattanooga Choo Choo is the home of the Scenic City’s #1 musical-comedy attraction. From March through mid-December, on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm, for one ticket price, you’ll be doubly entertained by Elwood Smooch’s Choo Choo Boogie Variety Show and The 50’s and 60’s Rock N Roll Revue. CVB Sales & Service – 79 SUGGESTED ITINERARIES – Family Attractions (cont.) Lake Winnepesaukah For over 82 years, the South’s favorite family amusement park has offered fun for all ages with over 36 rides, games, food concessions, paddleboats, miniature golf, and a shady picnic area. Guests may purchase individual ride tickets or an unlimited ride pass. Plenty of free parking! Come On, Get Happy at Lake Winnepesaukah! Time to allow: at least half a day Murder Mystery Dinner Show/Vaudeville Cafe Dinner with fun! Once inside these doors, you will meet the show’s crazy characters -- then, witness a crime that you must help solve! Enjoy Italian food, beverages, and a dessert. It’s family fun -- appropriate for all ages. Whether it’s a romantic date, corporate party, girls’ night out, church group, family outing or more, you will enjoy Murder-Mystery Dinner shows at Vaudeville Café! Time to allow: 1 hour Ruby Falls Entertaining guides take you into the cavern by elevator to see a spectacular 145-foot natural waterfall thundering inside Lookout Mountain. You will have the opportunity to walk behind the sparking waterfall and view intriguing formations. Your visit also includes scenic views from the Castle Tower. Time to allow: 1 ½ hours See Rock City Located on Lookout Mountain, this natural and scenic attraction has been amazing visitors for seven decades. The self-guided tour takes you through unique rock formations that make up the “City of Rocks”. See over 400 varieties of wildflowers, plants and shrubs. See seven states from Lover’s Leap. Free parking. Time to allow: 1 ½ hours Sir Goony’s Family Fun Center This family attraction offers 2 miniature golf courses, 3 go-kart tracks, batting cages for all skills and abilities, bumper boats, lazer tag, a virtual reality games room, and pursuit park paintball. Come for 10 minutes or spend the evening. If you are looking for fun for the entire family, Sir Goony’s is the place! Time to allow: 1 hour plus CVB Sales & Service – 80 SUGGESTED ITINERARIES – Family Attractions (cont.) Tennessee Aquarium Take a remarkable journey from the mountains to the sea. Discover amazing creatures that swim, fly and crawl in natural habitats. See giant catfish, playful otters, prehistoric sturgeon, fierce sharks, and colorful reef fish. Visit tropical butterflies in the rainforest or feel stingrays and harmless sharks in the touch pool. See macaroni and gentoo penguins waddle, walk, and dive into the water to rocket past you at the Penguins’ Rock exhibit. Time to allow: 3 hours Tennessee River Gorge Explorer The “Tennessee River Gorge Explorer,” a 70-passenger watercraft, will take you on a cruise into the heart of the Tennessee River. This catamaran-style boat is a smooth ride and has amazing maneuverability and speeds of over 50 mph. Time to allow: 2 hours Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum Go back in time to “Railroading’s Golden Age” aboard the Tennessee Valley Railroad’s restored vintage trains. It’s a trip into history on a rolling time machine! Missionary Ridge Local trains run daily mid-March through October and weekends only in November. Additional services offered throughout the year. All Aboard for a family adventure in Chattanooga! Time to allow: at least 1 hour (rides take longer) Warner Park Zoo You’ll see over 150 exciting mammals, reptiles and birds, threatened and endangered species such as the chimpanzee and jaguar, exotic animals of South America, Africa, and North America. The Zoo hosts several special events throughout the year including ZooFest, Zoo Buddies Day Camps, ZooBoo, and more. The Zoo is available for children’s birthday parties as well as evening events. Time to allow: 3 hours CVB Sales & Service – 81 SUGGESTED ITINERARIES Arts & Gardens Chattanooga Choo Choo Gardens The Formal Gardens at the Chattanooga Choo Choo definitely have their own special flair. A wide variety of plant materials is used to entice visitors to the gardens for enjoyment, reflection, or a simple respite from the bustle of downtown. Be sure to pick up a property map at the front desk that includes a diagram of the gardens for a selfguided tour. Time to allow: 1 hour Chattanooga Nature Center Relax and enjoy wildlife-friendly gardens and a spectacular view of the bluffs of historic Lookout Mountain. Walk, drive or bike along miles of trails in adjoining Reflection Riding where you’ll see wildlife at its best – in the wild! Time to allow: 1 hour Houston Museum of Decorative Glass Housed in a Victorian home, Anna Houston’s collection of 18th, 19th, and early 20th century decorative art objects includes glass, ceramics, furniture, textiles and more. Time to allow: 50 minutes Hunter Museum of American Art The Hunter houses one of the most complete collections of American art in the South with a collection of more than 2,000 paintings, sculptures and other works of art. An expanded reception and meeting space is available for private parties and corporate events. Time to allow: 1-2 hours Reflection Riding Arboretum & Botanical Garden Experience this 300-acre arboretum, botanical garden and historical site dedicated to the study and conservation of native plant life. Its unique landscape, maintained in the style of an English natural garden, is filled with over a thousand different species of trees, shrubs and wildflowers. Drive, walk or bike the three-mile loop. Over fourteen miles of hiking trails wind their way up the base of Lookout Mountain. Time to allow: 1 hour CVB Sales & Service – 82 SUGGESTED ITINERARIES â€“ Arts & Gardens (cont.) River Gallery Sculpture Garden Take a nature walk through a beautifully designed outdoor gallery overlooking the Tennessee River. Sculptures are changed periodically. Art and nature are combined on two acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. Time to allow: 1 hour River Gallery The gallery features monthly exhibits and a superb collection of fine art, sculpture, and museum-quality craft, some of which are available for purchase. Time to allow: 1 hour CVB Sales & Service â€“ 83 SUGGESTED ITINERARIES Historical Tours Battles for Chattanooga Museum The 3-dimensional presentation of Chattanooga’s Civil War History is featured with theater seating and audiotape presentation. Hear the sounds of battle and learn about Lookout Mountain’s “Battle Above the Clouds” and Sherman’s assault on Missionary Ridge before his famous “March to the Sea.” The museum’s showcases are full of weapons, guns, equipment, and other Civil War artifacts. Time to allow: 1 hour, 30 minutes Buttonwillow Church Civil War Dinner Theater Witness the encounter between two Tennessee brothers, one a confirmed Unionist, the other, a dedicated Confederate. Civil War trivia and curiosities are woven into this gentle and humorous encounter that transports one back to the time of Jefferson Davis and Abraham Lincoln. The dinner menu includes southern cuisine based on authentic 19th century recipes. Chattanooga History Center Through dramatic interactive exhibits, the Center tells stories of people in the Chattanooga and tri-state regions from 10,000 years ago until the present day. It provides permanent and changing exhibits, educational programs and publications for all ages. Time to allow: 1 ½ to 2 hours Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park The oldest and largest military park in the nation was established in 1890 by veterans of both the Union and the Confederacy. Learn details about the bloodiest two-day battle of the Civil War and how it affected the lives of common people. Also view the largest collection of military long arms – the Fuller Gun Collection. Time to allow: 1 hour Chattanooga National Cemetery This cemetery is the second largest in the USA and was established in 1863. Over 12,000 Union soldiers were buried here during the battles in and around Chattanooga, most notably “Andrews Raiders,” the first four men to win Medals of Honor. Veterans of the Civil War, World War I and II, Korea and Vietnam are resting here. All U.S. Veterans of the Armed Forces are eligible for interment in this beautiful cemetery. CVB Sales & Service – 84 SUGGESTED ITINERARIES – Historical Tours (cont.) The Passage Discover a dramatic passageway to the river that marks the beginning of the Trail of Tears and celebrates Native American culture. Time to allow: 1 hour Point Park Point Park commemorates the veterans of the Battle for Chattanooga and is the site of the Civil War’s “Battle Above the Clouds”. The Visitors Center houses a 33’ x 13’ mural painted by James Walker who was an eye-witness to the battles. Time to allow: 30 minutes to 1 hour Ross’ Landing Park and Plaza This park surrounds the Tennessee Aquarium and is an outdoor museum that includes a marina, boat ramp, a dock area, walking trails and grassy areas. A stream in the center of the two-acre plaza symbolizes how the river was largely responsible for Chattanooga’s development. All facilities in the park are designed for interaction. Time to allow: 1 hour CVB Sales & Service – 85 SUGGESTED ITINERARIES African-American Heritage Chattanooga is home to such famous personalities as Empress of the Blues Bessie Smith, the Impressions, Samuel L. Jackson and Hip-Hop artist Usher. Chattanooga African-American Museum/Bessie Smith Performance Hall The museum boasts a unique collection of multi-media presentations, rare artifacts, African Art, original sculptures, paintings, musical recordings and local Black newspapers. The Bessie Smith Performance Hall is dedicated as a living memorial to America’s Empress of the Blues and is a unique venue for meetings of all kinds, as well as an excellent site for after-hours functions with an exciting night-club flavor. Time to allow: 1 hour Booker T. Washington State Park On June 22, 1939, the Civilian Conservation Corp. was hired to construct a park for black citizens of the Chattanooga area. This park was one of the first state parks in Tennessee. The 353 acre day-use park offers swimming, boating, fishing, picnicking and hiking. Overnight camping and lodge facilities are available for groups only. Mary Walker Historical and Education Foundation Experience an unforgettable part of Chattanooga history at a museum named after an ex-slave who in the 1960s learned to read and write at the age of 117. This museum is a tribute to the literacy movement as well as other contributions of African-Americans. National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees and Women’s Auxiliary Markers These historic markers were erected in memory of A. D. Morton Ridelis, who founded the NAPFE on this site on October 6, 1913 to serve the cause of black employees. Sallie Crenshaw Bethlehem Center This center was named after the first black female minister in the Holston Conference of United Methodist Church. She was appalled by the number of black children left without day care and established the St. Elmo Mission in 1947. This center was renamed in her honor in 1983. CVB Sales & Service – 86 SUGGESTED ITINERARIES – African-American Heritage (cont.) “Uncle Bill” Historical Marker Born a slave in Winchester, Tennessee in 1837, William “Uncle Bill” Lewis later moved to Chattanooga and built a thriving blacksmith business. In 1851, Uncle Bill purchased his freedom along with the freedom of his wife, father, mother, brother and sister. CVB Sales & Service – 87 SUGGESTED ITINERARIES Outdoor Adventure Whatever your outdoor adventure may be, the Scenic City fills your need. Chattanooga is an outdoor paradise with an active riverfront surrounded by picturesque mountains. Spend some quality time on the Tennessee Riverwalk, row down the Tennessee River or take a leisurely stroll along the Walnut Street Bridge, the longest pedestrian bridge in the world! Whether you’re the active type or more laid back, Chattanooga’s mountainous landscape offers hang gliding, hiking, mountain biking or bicycling. Chattanooga has a variety of golf courses which provide challenging play for virtually any handicap. Coolidge Park, located in the city’s NorthShore district, is the perfect place to walk, toss a Frisbee or just soak up the sun. An old-fashioned carousel, an interactive waterfall sculpture and a rock-climbing wall are just some of the attractions that await you on Chattanooga’s NorthShore. Ask your CVB representative for help with any of the following activities that you may find of interest: • Whitewater Rafting (45 minutes away) • Kayaking • Canoeing • Hiking • Rock Climbing • Rappelling • Hang Gliding • Caving/Spelunking • Golf • Tennis • Biking • Disc golf Outdoor Chattanooga Outdoor Chattanooga advocates the conservation and preservation of Chattanooga’s natural resources, and provides a full calendar of outdoor activities for visitors and citizens alike. Their Outventure programs offer guided adventures such as kayaking, mountain biking, hiking, ropes course activities and camping for groups of all ages. From the rivers and lakes, to the trails and the mountain tops, Outdoor Chattanooga encourages everyone to come out and play! CVB Sales & Service – 88 SUGGESTED ITINERARIES After the Meeting Adjourns Comedy Catch Whether it’s adult business or pleasure, The Comedy Catch is a great place for a group function. From full sit down dinners to appetizer buffets, The Cafe can accommodate your group for parties, fund-raisers, or business meetings. Time to allow: 1 hour Dine around at Restaurants / Pub and Nightlife Crawl With a variety of offerings, Chattanooga is the perfect setting for the culinary enthusiast. Put our free shuttle to good use while you visit Chattanooga. See your CVB representative or www.chattanoogafun.com/dining for suggestions. Shopping Chattanooga has a diverse assortment of shopping options for the bargain hunter as well as the fashion conscious. For mall shopping try Hamilton Place, Tennessee’s largest mall, with over 200 stores and restaurants or Northgate Mall. If a mall isn’t your style, check out the eclectic variety of boutiques and galleries on Frazier Avenue in Chattanooga’s trendy NorthShore. Also explore the rejuvenated Southside of Chattanooga, where there are antiques and quaint shops. Station House at the Choo Choo Experience an evening like no other. Your delicious dinner comes complete with exciting entertainment provided by a live band and your own personal “Singing Server”. Our talented serving staff takes turns on stage singing all varieties of music. Reservations are suggested but not required. CVB Sales & Service – 89 SUGGESTED ITINERARIES D ITINERARIES Festivals and Events There are a variety of festivals and events year round in Chattanooga. Spring 4 Bridges Arts Festival TaleSpin Storytelling Festival Nightfall FREE Friday Night Concert Series until Fall Summer Riverbend / 9 Day Music Festival Southern Brewers Festival Wine Over Water Riverfront Nights FREE Saturday Concerts Fall Lookout Mountain’s Haunted Cavern, Enchanted MAiZE Maze, Rocktoberfest Tennessee Aquarium’s Thrills, Gills & Chills Culture Fest Fall Leaf Cruises and Train Excursions Winter Holidays Winter Days and Lights on the Riverfront Christmas Carol Dinner Cruises Tennessee Valley Railroad’s North Pole Limited Adventure Rock City’s Enchanted Garden of Lights Ruby Falls’ Deck the Falls & Ruby Red Christmas Tennessee Aquarium’s Tropical Holiday Adventure For a complete listing of all events, check out our website at www.chattanoogafun.com/events. CVB Sales & Service – 90 CVB Sales & Service – 90 MEETINGS INFORMATION To receive proposals from area hotels, please complete the following information and fax to 423/265-1630 or call 800/964-8600 ext. 3017. Today’s Date:_________________________________ Number of Attendees:______________________ Meeting Name(s):______________________________________________________________________ Contact Person: _ ______________________________________________________________________ Address:______________________________________________________________________________ City: _________________________________________________ State:_________Zip:______________ Phone: (H)______________________( W)_______________________ Cell: ______________________ Fax: _____________________________ Email:_ _____________________________________________________ Arrival/Departure Pattern: Are Dates Flexible? m Yes m No Year of Meeting:_______________ 1st choice of dates: perf FPO Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Dates Number of Rooms 2nd choice of dates: Monday Tuesday Dates Number of Rooms Single Rooms:______________ Double Rooms:_______________ Double Doubles:_ ________________ Handicapped Facilities Needed:_______________________ Wheelchair:_ _________________________ Largest Meeting:_______________________Simultaneous Meeting Rooms:________________________ Largest Meal:________________________________Breakfast:__________________________________ Hospitality Room: _ ____________________________________________________________________ CVB Sales & Service – 91 Select the area of town for your hotel: (See map on page 107) m Downtown m Lookout Mountain m Hwy 153 m Interstate 75 m Interstate 24 m Citywide Price range for hotel rooms: $______________________ to $______________________ Attractions or activities your group may be interested in: ______________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ Decision date for site for this meeting:_____________________________________________________ Agenda:______________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ Other cities you are considering for this event:_______________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ Please fax both pages of this form to 423/265-1630, Attn: Convention Sales Department Meeting Name: _______________________________________________________________________ CVB Sales & Services â€“ 92 REUNIONS • Bring Your Reunion Home.................................... 93 • From the Director of National Accounts.................. 94 • Getting Started.................................................. 95 • Month By Month Guide....................................96-98 Reunions • Reunions Checklist............................................. 99 • Reunions – Proposal Request Form................ 101-102 REUNIONS BRING YOUR REUNION HOME We welcome you to Chattanooga and it will be our pleasure to provide whatever you need to have the best possible reunion experience. Our services are complimentary and our CVB staff works closely with the hotels, attractions, tour companies and you to provide exactly what you need to have an exciting reunion. • Free Assistance with Your Reunion Planning • Easily Accessible by Air or Auto • Great Accommodations • First-Class Attractions and Museums • Rich Military History • Free Downtown Electric Shuttle • Unique Shopping and Dining • True Southern Hospitality Call us today to start your planning at 800/964-8600 extension 3017. Reunions – 93 FROM THE DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL ACCOUNTS DEAR REUNION PLANNER: Thank you for your interest in Chattanooga, Tennessee. You have chosen the perfect destination for your reunion. The entire city of Chattanooga and our Convention and Visitors Bureau staff graciously invite you to visit and share our excitement about the place we call home. You will find true southern hospitality here in one of America’s best mid-sized cities in the South. The Chattanooga Area Convention and Visitors Bureau offers all the amenities to help you have a successful military reunion. Our goal is to make planning your reunion easy for you by providing you with the free services that make this possible for those reunions booking their rooms through the CVB, including: • Assistance in locating the perfect hotel accommodations and event facilities • Facilities Guide, information on local attractions and dining and suggested tour itineraries • Welcome bags with Visitors Guides, promotional brochures, discount coupon booklets and maps • Great ideas for programs, activities and referrals to suppliers for your planning needs The CACVB staff will do our best to ensure that your reunion is a memorable and successful event. With our help, your reunion in Chattanooga will be an unforgettable experience. Call us first at 1-800-964-8600 for assistance in planning your next reunion. We’ll be delighted to help you! We look forward to seeing you soon. Contact: Reunions – 94 800/964-8600 ext. 3017 or 423/424-4417 www.chattanoogameetings.com Getting Started… Use the local Convention and Visitors Bureau to help you plan your reunion. The Chattanooga Area CVB (CACVB) represents the entire Chattanooga area and assists reunion planners by checking hotel rates and availability, suggesting activities, providing welcome bags and other printed materials. The CACVB is a one-stop-shop to start your reunion planning and these services are free of charge. Choosing Your Dates Reunions can take place from one day to a week. Most reunions last two to three days and are usually held over a weekend. Decide on the length of time that is appropriate for your group and determine what dates are convenient for the majority of members. If you decide to schedule a reunion over a holiday, allow for extra traffic, crowds and higher airline costs. Hotel rooms should be blocked well in advance for a reunion planned over a summer holiday. Typically, reunions meet annually or every other year. Plan Ahead Give yourself enough time to enjoy the reunion planning. If you are organized from the start, you’ll have less stress. • Determine who and how many will attend • Decide when, where and how long to hold the event • Decide on a budget and how expenses will be covered • Determine pre-event promotion needs Reunions – 95 Month by Month Guide… 18-24 Months Before Reunion • Survey reunion members and request information, opinions and ideas. Take a poll to determine reunion interest and dates convenient for the majority. • Military reunions should determine if spouses, children or others will be included. • Talk to other reunion organizers to get ideas on where to start the planning or attend a reunion workshop. • Select your reunion dates and times. • Organize a mailing list with contact, email and attendee information or create a Reunion home page to let everyone update their own information. To build attendance, consider that you will need pre-mailers, invitations, follow-up mailings, advertising and more. • Involve others in the planning and form reunion committees with schedules and responsibilities for each committee. Assign specific tasks to members such as budgeting, invitations, menus, activities and decorations. • Develop a budget/bookkeeping system for the reunion. Consider all expenses, including airfare, hotel room, meals, activities, taxes, etc. Decide how much people would be willing to pay to attend the reunion. • Choose a location based on the needs and desires of your group – is a central location best or would it be better to rotate locations? Where have you had the best attendance? Is the location easy to get to? What climate, attractions, amenities are offered? 12-18 Months Before the Reunion • Schedule the reunion far enough in advance to allow people time to arrange their schedules. There will probably be some people who cannot attend on the chosen date but it is better to stick with it if it is convenient for the majority. Remember that you may want to select the same date every year to build consistency. • Name the final decision maker and make sure that contacts know who has the authority to approve plans, request changes, sign contracts, etc. Reunions – 96 • Make a site visit to Chattanooga to help you choose the hotel best suited to your reunion. Make sure sleeping rooms, hospitality and banquet space meet your needs. Meet with sales, conventions services and catering to review contracts, meal functions and breaks. Try to visit at the same time of year you are planning your reunion. • Be prompt in reserving your hotel so everything else falls into place. Most hotels have deadlines on how long they can hold rooms and meeting space. If you wait too long, everything will get booked and you are back to square one. • Choose venues for offsite events – picnics, tours/attractions etc. • Select a theme and use it in everything from invitations to decorations. • Send out a “Save the Date” card or email with tentative reunion information – dates, times, schedule, estimated cost, directions and a response card. • Reserve dates with your vendors well in advance - caterers, tour companies, entertainment and photographers. • Before signing a contract, be sure everything you want is in writing. • Schedule events and activities, including speakers, tours, dancing and a hospitality room. Use the survey responses as a guide in planning. 6-9 Months Before the Reunion • Send a second mailer or email outlining registration costs and including a tentative schedule and registration form with return address. 5 Months Before the Reunion • Confirm reservations for entertainment, photographer, caterer and hotels. The CACVB Convention Services Manager can provide you with a complete list of Chattanooga Area vendors. • Chose your menus, taking special dietary needs into consideration. Inform the catering staff. Decide if you want to have a cash or open bar. • To increase attendance, post your reunion on reunion websites. 2-4 Months Before the Reunion • Meet with the hotel contact and visit event facilities with your reunion committee. Bring a list of prepared questions. • Order printed items like T-shirts, awards, certificates, prizes, banners. Purchase decorations. Reunions – 97 • Contact your CACVB Convention Services Manager to order welcome bags, discount coupon booklets, Visitors Guides and attraction information. 6 Weeks Before the Reunion • Give final assignments for reunion committees; finalize checklist and include dates tasks need to be finished. 2 Weeks Before the Reunion • Buy last minute decorations/supplies. • Reconfirm meeting, hotel and meal accommodations with hotels – adjust contracts/room guarantees to reflect an accurate number of attendees. • Get in touch with your CACVB Convention Services Manager to arrange pick-up or dropoff time for welcome bags, etc. • Review final checklist. If there are uncompleted tasks, involve volunteers or other members to complete them. The Day Before the Reunion • Get a list of hotel staff contacts. • Go over last minute problems. Also create a final checklist detailing tasks to be completed during the reunion. • Set up decorations. Reunion Day • Set up registration tables with name tags, welcome bags; set up rental equipment and displays. • Take a vote on next year’s reunion site and ask for volunteers. Survey what the favorite event was and when the group wants to meet again. After the Reunion • Evaluate the reunion. Consider what worked and what did not and make appropriate changes for the next reunion. • Send thank you notes to volunteers, hotel staff, caterers and committees • Send a newsletter with reunion pictures to family members. Reunions – 98 REUNIONS ✓ Enter all reunion members into database CHECKLIST ✓ Include response due dates and return mailing address ✓ Contact all members to determine interest ✓ Give clear instructions on how/when to order ✓ Create a Reunion Committee to decide: reunion items • When? ✓ Confirm everything in writing and by contract when dealing with hotels, caterers, etc. • Where? • How long? ✓ Create reunion homepage/website • Who will be invited? ✓ Set budget and registration fee ✓ Contact your CACVB reunion sales manager to ✓ Include copy of budget in early mailing help find accommodations ✓ Keep reunion funds separate from personal ✓ Select and reserve your reunion location; funds; record all incoming monies be prepared to provide partial deposit for banquet/catering; make sure to schedule a site visit prior to the reunion ✓ Track expenses and keep ALL receipts ✓ Contact the CACVB for help with tours, ✓ Mail Save the Date cards; periodic updates attractions, visitors guides, discount coupons ✓ Establish committees and assign chairs: ✓ Assign committee members to act as greeters • Host and coordinator ✓ Build plenty of free time into schedule • Treasurer • Program (theme, colors, schedule, banquet program, worship/memorial service) ✓ Provide written directions to all locations • Lodging/Hospitality • Registration (name tags/welcome bags) • Decorations/Flowers • Food and refreshments • T-Shirts and keepsakes • Reunion booklet/directory • Other (clean up, video, photos, etc.) ✓ Confirm duties with committee members ✓ Buy lots of film; prepare awards; color-code name tags by unit or family branch ✓ Devise organized method for recording registration, keepsake orders, confirmations, other information ✓ Mail or email evaluation forms; collect updated information from all attendees ✓ Send than-you notes to all volunteers, committee chairs and vendors Reunions – 99 Reunions – 100 REUNIONS To receive proposals from area hotels, please complete the following information and fax to 423/265-1630 or call 800/964-8600 ext. 3017. Today’s Date:_________________________________ Number of Attendees:______________________ Reunion Name(s):______________________________________________________________________ Contact Person: _ ______________________________________________________________________ Address:______________________________________________________________________________ City: _________________________________________________ State:_________Zip:______________ Phone: (H)______________________( W)_______________________ Cell: ______________________ Fax: _____________________________ Email:_ _____________________________________________________ Arrival/Departure Pattern: Are Dates Flexible? m Yes m No Year of Reunion:_______________ 1st choice of dates: perf FPO Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Dates Number of Rooms 2nd choice of dates: Monday Tuesday Dates Number of Rooms Single Rooms:______________ Double Rooms:_______________ Double Doubles:_ ________________ Handicapped Facilities Needed:_______________________ Wheelchair:_ _________________________ Largest Meeting:_______________________Simultaneous Meeting Rooms:________________________ Largest Meal:________________________________Breakfast:__________________________________ Hospitality Room: _ ____________________________________________________________________ Reunions – 101 Select the area of town for your hotel: (See map on page 107) m Downtown m Lookout Mountain m Hwy 153 m Interstate 75 m Interstate 24 m Citywide Price range for hotel rooms: $______________________ to $______________________ Attractions or activities your group may be interested in: ______________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ Decision date for site for this meeting:_____________________________________________________ Reunion Agenda:_______________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ Other cities you are considering for this reunion:_____________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ Please fax both pages of this form to 423/265-1630, Attn: Reunion Department Reunion Name: _______________________________________________________________________ Reunions â€“ 102 • All Aboard Chattanooga Travel.............................104 • Chattanooga Airport..........................................105 • Chattanooga's Airport Shuttle..............................105 • Chattanooga & Outlying Areas Map......................109 Transportation • Downtown Shuttle.............................................106 • Downtown Shuttle Map......................................107 • Driving Distances..............................................108 TRANSPORTATION • Airport Shuttle & Tours by Millennium..................103 TRANSPORTATION AIRPORT SHUTTLE & TOURS BY MILLENNIUM Millennium Taxi & Transportation 2145 South Holly Street Chattanooga, TN 37404 423/648-4372 or 423/267-2008 423/267-1756 Fax www.yourquicktaxi.com Welcome to Chattanooga! Millennium is Chattanooga’s #1 airport shuttle, tour, taxi, and transportation service provider. Millennium has a fleet of 54 Taxi & Transportation minivans, and a fleet of 15 passenger vans available to use for your group or conference. We specialize in groups of all sizes including large conventions. We simply get the job done! Make hassle free transportation reservations for one (1), or one hundred, easily and quickly by going online at www.yourquicktaxi.com 24 hours a day. We’re a proud partner with the Chattanooga Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, and Chattanooga’s best when it comes to airport and hotel transportation, tours, and around town transportation for all activities at the very lowest cost, and the highest in customer satisfaction. We offer an array of local tours, including our City Sites, Lookout Mountain and Audubon Acres nature lovers’ tour. We have recently added the World famous Jack Daniels Distillery, and Mountain Winery tours, along with other fantastic tours to please those interested in tour activities. We look forward to serving you. Transportation – 103 ALL ABOARD USA 2728 Kanasita Drive Chattanooga, TN 37343 800/499-9877 423/499-4020 fax www.allaboardusa.net Let us help make your group’s Chattanooga experience special. We will pamper you with southern hospitality and provide your group with a trip they will long remember. Whether you need transportation or tour/convention planning we can meet your needs. We offer complete tour and convention planning as well as first class transportation. Our custom designed packages for church groups, family reunions, seniors, students and other groups will provide a quality experience. Our planning experts can save you both time and money by booking your entire package. We can arrange your transportation, lodging, attractions, meals, unique events and sightseeing tours. Our tour guides will keep your group entertained with both facts and tales of our city. Our fleet consists of modern Van Hool 57 passenger buses along with both 29 passenger and 14 passenger minibuses. All buses have wireless Internet, mobile satellite TV, TV/DVD system, and PA system w/microphone. Our drivers are very professional as well as friendly and accommodating. Ask us for suggestions for unique events, including meals and entertainment as well as transportation. We’ll make our city feel like home to you and your group. Let us do all the work so you can have all the fun. Transportation – 104 CHATTANOOGA AIRPORT FLY CHATTANOOGA! Now offering five airlines serving ten nonstop destinations with thousands of worldwide connections. chattairport.com Allegiant Air – 702/505-8888 – allegiantair.com American Eagle – 800/433-7300 – aa.com Delta Connection – 800/221-1212 – delta.com NWA – 800/225-2525 – nwa.com U.S. Airways Express – 800/428-4322 – usairways.com See our ad under “General Information.” CHATTANOOGA’S AIRPORT SHUTTLE 423/316-2949 www.htsride.com Do you need airport transportation for your convention in Chattanooga? Let Chattanooga’s Airport Shuttle transfer your conventioneers to and from downtown Chattanooga’s hotels. We have vehicles leaving for downtown hotels at the top and bottom of every hour. Look for our booth at the airport near baggage or schedule your transportation in advance at www.htsride.com. Do you have a VIP that needs Cadillac Service? We have limo and sedan services available too. Call Mike at 423-316-2949 to handle all your transportation needs. Transportation – 105 The DOWNTOWN SHUTTLE 423/629-1473 www.goCARTA.org IT’S QUIET. IT’S FREE. AND IT GETS YOU THERE. Few cities can make the claim that convention delegates stepping out the front door of their hotels are at the front door of everything else downtown. Chattanooga can, thanks to the free shuttle system that connects all of our convention hotels with the Chattanooga Convention Center, the shopping district, restaurants, the riverfront and every block in between. What’s more, the shuttle is electric, so it moves people through downtown with zero emissions. No noise. No exhaust. The shuttle is Chattanooga’s method of getting people moved efficiently through the central business district with the Tennessee Aquarium anchoring one end and the Chattanooga Choo Choo at the other. The Downtown Shuttle runs about every five minutes seven days a week. CARTA is now servicing the NorthShore with the addition of the free NorthShore Shuttle, also operated with electric vehicles. The NorthShore Shuttle connects with the Downtown Shuttle in the plaza at Shuttle Park North and takes visitors across the Market Street Bridge to the historic NorthShore district, where they can enjoy fine dining, shopping and galleries. The NorthShore Shuttle runs about every fifteen minutes, Monday through Saturday. Now in its seventeenth year of operation, CARTA continues to receive inquiries about their fleet of electric vehicles from interested city officials from across the world. The Shuttle is proof of Chattanooga’s commitment to clean air for generations to come. Transportation – 106 Transportation â€“ 107 MS ROO HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS S OOM 92 R MS OO 9R 13 34 1R OO MS Plenty of room for your meeting to shine . . . Tiftonia - 5 minutes | East Ridge - 10 Minutes | Hamilton Place - 15 Minutes 185 DOUBLETREE HOTEL CHATTANOOGA MARRIOTT STAYBRIDGE SUITES 199 ROO MS TO H LA AMPT QU ON INT INN A, M , C ICR OMF OTE OR L & T SU MO ITE TEL S, 6 MS ROO 363 The entire downtown boasts 2,000 rooms with 9,000 rooms citywide. Your delegates will enjoy the close proximity to all the major attractions, restaurants and shops within the backdrop of the beautiful mountains and the Tennessee River. NORTH SHORE AREA www.goCARTA.org FREE DOWNTOWN ELECTRIC SHUTTLE DRIVING DISTANCES DISTANCE Gatlinburg .............................135 Orlando................................. 558 Asheville................................199 Huntsville ..............................104 Pigeon Forge...........................147 Atlanta . ................................120 Indianapolis........................... 386 Pittsburgh .............................608 Biloxi.....................................461 Knoxville ...............................113 Raleigh..................................476 Birmingham............................142 Lexington...............................281 Richmond...............................545 Branson..................................692 Louisville . .............................274 Roanoke.................................474 Charleston..............................439 Memphis . ..............................317 Savannah................................366 Charlotte ...............................314 Mobile....................................400 Sevierville...............................140 Chicago .................................573 Montgomery............................235 St. Louis . ..............................436 Cincinnati . ............................343 Montreal . ........................... 1,141 Tampa ...................................575 Dallas ...................................786 Nashville ...............................135 Toronto .................................817 Detroit ..................................596 New Orleans ...........................490 Washington, DC ......................603 CITY Transportation â€“ 108 CHATTANOOGA & OUTLYING AREAS . 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CHICKAMAUGA / CHATTANOOGA NATIONAL MILITARY PARK GEORGIA WINERY Transportation – 109 Transportation â€“ 110 • Bear Trace @ Harrison Bay.................................112 • Montlake Golf Club............................................112 • Nantahala Outdoor Center Ocoee Rafting...............113 • Outdoor Chattanooga.........................................111 Outdoor Recreation • Parks and Recreation Areas.......................... 105-117 • Wildwater Rafting..............................................114 OUTDOOR RECREATION • Outdoor Adventure Rafting.................................113 OUTDOOR RECREATION OUTDOOR CHATTANOOGA 200 River Street Coolidge Park Chattanooga, TN 37405 423/643-6888 423/643-6885 fax www.OutdoorChattanooga.com A division of the City of Chattanoogaâ€™s Parks and Recreation Department, Outdoor Chattanooga serves to promote the signature outdoor lifestyle that makes living and working in Chattanooga so special. Outdoor Chattanooga strives to increase tourism, attract new residents to the community, protect natural resources, and improve the health and well-being of citizens and visitors alike. The department encourages people to explore the natural beauty and resources of the region by programming outdoor recreation such as kayaking, cycling, hiking, climbing, fishing and other activities. Outdoor Chattanooga hosts events as diverse as professional cycling and family canoeing to fly fishing clinics and rowing regattas. The department supports the efforts of local and regional conservation agencies, and assists outdoor organizations in promoting and organizing their activities. From the new Outdoor Chattanooga center in Coolidge Park, the public can learn about the variety of activities and resources available for those who want to explore outdoors. Come visit the center and learn about local and regional opportunities for rafting, fishing, hangliding, mountain biking, and much more. Whether from a river or mountaintop, or from a bicycle or a kayak, Outdoor Chattanooga invites everyone to come out and play. Outdoor Recreation â€“ 111 BEAR TRACE @ HARRISON BAY 8919 Harrison Bay Road Harrison, TN 37341 877/611-2327 toll free 423/326-0885 www.tngolftrail.net Referred to as “the best natural piece of land for a golf course,” the Bear Trace at Harrison Bay features Bermuda fairways and Champion Bermuda greens lined with soaring pine and hardwood trees. Harrison Bay was named as “One of the 100 Best Bargain Courses in the United States” by Maximum Golf in 2000, and also rated as the “Number 3 Public Course in Tennessee” by Golfweek in 2008. This golf course is one of three world-class Bear Trace 18-hole golf courses designed by Jack Nicklaus. MONTLAKE GOLF CLUB 9104 Brow Lake Road Chattanooga, TN 37379 423/332-3111 423/332-5358 fax www.montlakegolf.com We are a par 71 mountain course, nestled in the Tennessee mountains and are a short drive from Chattanooga. For such a short course, it’s a definite challenge. For such a challenge, it plays fair. As with any mountain course, it plays through rolling hills, so it plays longer than the yardage book indicates. The scenery is picturesque in its beauty. You’ll play over water and boulders, and even stare off the edge of the mountain while stroking a putt-or-two. Come join us. We’ll raise your expectations. Outdoor Recreation – 112 NANTAHALA OUTDOOR CENTER OCOEE RAFTING Ocoee, TN 37361 800/232-7238 www.noc.com Go rafting on America’s most popular whitewater river with America’s most popular outfitter—NOC! Enjoy the nonstop action of the Ocoee and then experience our high ropes course, wave pool, waterslides, and paintball! With dining, cabins, and bunkhouses available at the outpost, trip leaders don’t have to worry about logistics. Trust NOC and our 35+ years of outdoor excellence to make your trip great! OUTDOOR ADVENTURE RAFTING 629 Welcome Valley Road Ocoee, TN 37361 800/627-7636 www.raft.com OAR offers whitewater rafting on the world-class Ocoee River, one of America’s Top 10 Rivers. Middle River is available Thursdays–Mondays in summer and weekends only in the spring and fall. Upper River is available Saturdays and Sundays only. Rappelling, rock climbing, low and high ropes courses, paintball, bunkhouses, tent camping, tubing, mountain biking, hiking, swimming, on-site café and catering are available. Ask us about group rates. We specialize in large groups. Come for a day, a weekend or let us help you plan your weeklong summer camps. 800-627-7636 Outdoor Recreation – 113 WILDWATER RAFTING 4596 Hwy. 64 West Ducktown, TN 37326 866/699-2405 www.wildwaterrafting.com Since 1971 Wildwater has been a leader in professional whitewater rafting. Your group is in good hands with Wildwater’s Quality Service Guarantee and commitment to providing the best whitewater adventures in the southeast. Wildwater, the closest rafting center to the river, allows you easy access and the largest trip selection to both the Upper & Lower Ocoee. Wildwater’s woodland setting includes clean and comfortable shower and changing facilities, large screen televisions for viewing pictures, deli restaurant for catered meals and picnic facilities to enjoy relaxing before or after your trip. Outdoor Recreation – 114 PARKS AND RECREATION AREAS BOOKER T. WASHINGTON STATE PARK 5801 Champion Road Chattanooga, TN 37416 Call 423/894-4955 for information; FAX 423/855-9879 Booker T. Washington State Park is a 353-acre day-use park on the shores of Chickamauga Lake. The park offers swimming, boating, fishing, picnicking and hiking. Some equipment is available for rent. Overnight camping and lodge facilities available for groups only. Directions: Hwy. 153 to Hwy. 58 - I-75 / Hwy. 153 Hours: Daily 7:00 a.m. - dusk - year-round; campers quiet time is at 10 p.m. Suggested Time Needed: Varies with activity Food Service: Concessions in summer Handicap Accessible: Yes CANOE THE SEQUATCHIE U.S. Hwy. 127 S, P.O. Box 211 Dunlap, TN 37327 Call 423/949-4400 or 423/855-4961 for information www.sequatchie.com/canoe.htm Enjoy the grandeur of the Sequatchie Valley by canoe and a pastoral river suitable for year-round float trips. Suitable for beginners. Directions: Hwy. 127 to Dunlap - not shown on map Hours: April - October; weekends 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. CST; Memorial Day - Labor Day: open daily; remainder of year by reservation only. Suggested Time Needed: 3 hours for the 4-mile trip Food Service: No CHATTANOOGA “CHEW CHEW” CANINE PARK CHATTANOOGA DISC GOLF COURSE Access Road adjacent to Tennessee River Call 423/505-5605 for information Disc Golf is played much like traditional golf, but instead of a ball and clubs, players use a flying disc, or Frisbee to complete each hole in the fewest number of throws. The course has 18 “holes” in the form of Chainstar baskets, natural mulch tee areas, a driving range and separate putting practice areas. Directions: Hwy. 153, Access Road Exit. Follow Access Road to the entrance to the North River Soccer Complex. Hours: Sun up to Sundown (It is a gated area) Food Service: None Handicap Accessible: No CHESTER FROST PARK 2318 N. Gold Point Circle Hixson, TN 37343 Call 423/842-0177 for information Camping: 423-842-3306 Chester Frost Park is a facility offering swimming, fishing, camping, hiking and picnicking on Chickamauga Lake. A pavilion is available for group functions with reservation. Directions: Hwy. 153 to Hixson Pike North Hours: Open 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Suggested Time Needed: Varies Food Service: Concession stand at beach area Handicap Accessible: Yes CHICKAMAUGA CHATTANOOGA NATIONAL MILITARY PARK See Convention Services/Suggested Itineraries 1801 Carter Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 Call 423/425-6311 for information Adjacent to the Chattown Skate Park located next to the First Tennessee Pavilion and Finley Stadium. Open green space with benches and even a fire hydrant. A fun spot for Spot... and owners! Outdoor Recreation – 115 CLOUDLAND CANYON STATE PARK 122 Cloudland Canyon Park Road Rising Fawn, GA 30738 Call 706/657-4050 for information; FAX 706/398-9748 www.georgiastateparks.org Located on the western edge of Lookout Mountain, this is one of the most scenic parks in the state, offering rugged geology and beautiful vistas. The park straddles a deep gorge cut into the mountain by Sitton Gulch Creek, and elevation differs from 800 to 1,980 feet. Picnic shelters, tent camping, cottages, hiking, backpacking, tennis and disc golf are available. The Wildflower Program is held each April. Directions: Located on Georgia Route 136, 8 miles East of Trenton and I-59, and 18 miles west of Lafayette. Park Hours: 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. Office Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Suggested Time Needed: Varies Food Service: No. Public restaurants located right outside park. Handicap Accessible: Yes COOLIDGE PARK 150 River Street Chattanooga, TN 37405 NorthShore - Frazier Avenue under Walnut Street Bridge Call 423/425-6311 for information Coolidge Park is a 7-acre public park on the north shore of the Tennessee River in downtown Chattanooga. The park includes a riverside stage, a restored historic carousel, an interactive play fountain, a multi-purpose pavilion, a kayak launch. There are picnic areas with grills and picnic tables throughout. Directions: Hwy. 27 Downtown to Market Street; cross river Carousel Hours: 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Suggested Time Needed: 30 minutes Food Service: No, but nearby restaurants Handicap Accessible: Yes Outdoor Recreation – 116 GREENWAY FARM 5051 Gann Store Road Hixson, TN 37343 423/842-6629 (programs) Call 423/425-6311 for information A 180-acre city park with walking trails, nature programs, canoe launch, and a ropes course. Conference facilities available for groups and meetings. The park is managed by the City of Chattanooga Parks and Recreation Department and it is also the headquarters for the city’s “OutVenture” program. Directions: Hwy. 153 to Lake Resort Road. Go two miles to Gann Store Road and turn left. Follow Gann Store for approximately 2-3 miles. There is also an entrance to the park from Hamill Road. Hours: Open daily, sunrise to sunset Suggested Time Needed: Varies Food Service: No Handicap Accessible: Park and facility, yes. Most programs, yes. HARRISON BAY STATE PARK 8411 Harrison Bay Trace Harrison, TN 37341 Call 423/344-6214 for information Camping: 423/344-7966 Harrison Bay State Park offers a variety of activities including camping, swimming, boating, fishing, walking trails, and more. Directions: Hwy. 153 to Hwy. 58 Hours: Park: 8:00 a.m. 10:00 p.m. Suggested Time Needed: Varies Food Service: Yes, restaurant and snack bars are seasonal Handicap Accessible: Yes, in some areas including fishing pier and restaurant OUTDOOR CHATTANOOGA CENTER @ COOLIDGE PARK 200 River Street Chattanooga, TN 37405 Call 423/643-6881 for information Outdoor Chattanooga serves as a resource and clearinghouse for information regarding this region’s natural, outdoor recreational and educational opportunities and amenities. PRENTICE COOPER STATE FOREST State Rt. 27, Marion County Call 423/658-5551 for information Several thousand acres of wildlife preserve with hiking, ATV and mountain biking trails overlooking the Tennessee River Gorge. Seasonal hunting available. Directions: Hwy. 127 N to St. Rt. 27 (Suck Creek Rd.) not shown on map Hours: N/A Food Service: No Handicap Accessible: Very limited Restriction: No alcoholic beverages in the park. RENAISSANCE PARK NorthShore at Manufacturer’s Road West of the Market Street Bridge Call 423/425-6311 for information This 22-acre park on the NorthShore adjacent to Coolidge Park features a unique landscape, wetlands area, walking trail, kayak launch, and access to river ecology and environmental themes. Pets on leash are welcome, but owners are responsible for clean-up and safety. ROSS’S LANDING PARK Broad and Second Streets Chattanooga, TN 37402 Call 423/425-6311 for information This public park features a river pier, the Riverwalk, marina, natural amphitheatre, and the Chattanooga Green which provides park space for festivals, concerts, and a place to enjoy a great view of the river. “The Passage” is a waterscape that features Cherokee art & culture and commemorates the “Trail of Tears,” east of the Tennessee Aquarium’s Ocean Journey building. Directions: US 27, Exit 1C, 4th Street - Downtown Hours: Open 24 Hours Food Service: Pushcart concessions and restaurants in River Place building Handicap Accessible: Yes Restrictions: No skateboarding, no bicycling, no pets WALNUT STREET BRIDGE at Walnut Street and Frazier Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37402 Call 423/425-6311 for information This 100+ year-old bridge, which was closed to vehicle traffic in 1978, opened as a pedestrian walkway in 1993. The bridge is the longest pedestrian bridge in the world providing a festive walkway for residents and visitors to enjoy events, entertainment, and recreation. It overlooks Coolidge Park. Access to the bridge is from Frazier Avenue on the north and Walnut Street from the Riverwalk on the south. Directions: US 27, Exit 1C, 4th Street Hours: Open 24 hours Food Service: No Handicap Accessible: Yes Restrictions: No pets, skateboards restricted to roadbed not sidewalks. WARNER PARK 1254 East 3rd Street Chattanooga, TN 37404 Call 423/425-6311 for information This 53-acre park is home to the Chattanooga Zoo, Chattanooga Fitness Center, public Warner Park swimming pool, seven ball fields, timber-style playground, and Frost Stadium, this area’s foremost women’s softball facility. Directions: US 27, Exit 1C, 4th Street Hours: Daylight to 12:00 midnight Suggested Time Needed: Varies Food Service: Softball concessions Handicap Accessible: Yes TENNESSEE RIVERPARK Public greenway that runs along the south shore of the Tennessee River from the Ross’s Landing Park to the Chickamauga Dam. This city and county owned trail is approximately 13 miles and includes lighted paved walkways, boardwalks and a park setting. The Riverwalk also includes the Walnut Street pedestrian bridge, giving people access to the two parks on the north shore for an additional two miles. Pets are not allowed. Directions: Hwy. 153 to Amnicola Hwy. Hours: Most sections of the riverpark are open 24 hours a day Handicap Accessible: Yes Restrictions: No pets Outdoor Recreation – 117 Outdoor Recreation – 118 2 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 800/964-8600 www.chattanoogafun.com