Chattanooga Cabin Rentals & Apartments - 10 Rentals Available
10 Vacation rentals
Chattanooga Log cabin
- 10 bedrooms 10
- 7 bathrooms
- sleeps 32 32
- 2 nights min
- Swimming pool
- Ask about children
- Air conditioning
from $851.00 / night
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Chattanooga is the fourth-largest city in Tennessee and a major travel destination in the south. Known as the Scenic City, Chattanooga lives up to its name with soaring mountains, mysterious caverns, the beautiful Tennessee River, and a wide range of outdoor activities that let you enjoy it all. Book Chattanooga cabin rentals for cozy accommodations in southern Tennessee.
Things To Do
Chattanooga’s picturesque skyline is one of its greatest highlights. Explore the 4,100-foot walking trail in Rock City Gardens, and you’ll find a 90-foot waterfall, 180-foot-long suspension bridge, 400 native plant species, and the Lovers Leap lookout where you can spot seven states. Chattanooga keeps some highlights hidden underneath as well. Over 1,120 feet under Lookout Mountain is a stunning underground waterfall known as Ruby Falls.
The Tennessee Aquarium spans two buildings, with exhibits that take you from an Appalachian Cove Forest to the Mississippi Delta. You can experience rivers from around the world or simply delve deeper into the wonders of the Tennessee River. Ready to experience the river yourself? Chattanooga offers river cruises on everything from sleek speed boats to the elegant Southern Belle Riverboat.
Downtown Chattanooga prides itself on its walkability, making it easy to explore the city from nearby Chattanooga cabin rentals. A thirteen-mile scenic river walk runs through the downtown area, and the city boasts one of the world's longest pedestrian bridges, which connects the North and South shores. Chattanooga is also bike-friendly with a bike share program that includes 300 bikes and 30 locations throughout. Twenty-four hour and 3-day access passes to the bike share system are ideal for visitors. A free electric shuttle is also available both Downtown and at the Northshore.
Chattanooga experiences all four seasons with hot humid summers and mild winter weather. July and August are the warmest months, with highs around 90 degrees F. January is the coldest month with an average high of 50 degrees F and a low of 31.
Several annual events take place in Chattanooga, offering something special for every season. In April, the 4 Bridges Art Festival highlights the works of 150 artists carefully selected for the event. Spark takes place that same month, celebrating collaborative efforts in arts and technology. The Nightfall Concert Series features live bands every Friday night from May through September. Every June, over 100 bands from a variety of genres take over the city for the five-day Riverbend Festival. It features fireworks, a marketplace with local vendors, a children's village, and much more. August visitors may catch the one-day Southern Brewer’s Festival, highlighting over 100 micro-brewery specialties. In October, RiverRocks highlights family friendly outdoor activities including rock climbing, kayaking, biking, and hang gliding.
The food scene in Chattanooga is defined by its diversity. Local favorites range from oysters at the Boathouse Rotisserie & Raw Bar to the roasted Peruvian chicken at Taco Mamacita. Chattanooga’s signature barbeque features a unique flavor that’s a rich combination of Kansas City and Piedmont styles. You’ll find sauces that are thick and tangy with a kick of spice and often a bit of whiskey. Get a real taste of Chattanooga at a restaurant like 212 Market with local seasonal foods sourced from area farms.
If you need an escape with plenty of fresh air and unforgettable sights, check out Chattanooga cabin rentals for your next escape. From the heights of Lovers Leap to the depths in the Tennessee Aquarium, this city has attractions to suit everyone in the family.
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