The Tennessee Riverwalk is a 8.7 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Lupton City, Tennessee that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length8.7 miElevation gain278 ftRoute typePoint to point
Dogs on leashWheelchair friendlyKid friendlyStroller friendlyMountain bikingRoad bikingWalkingBird watchingRunningPavedRiverViewsWildflowersNo shadeCity walkHistoric site
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A popular paved trail that crosses several bridges and has lots of art and history. Many bathrooms along the way. Accessibility: The trail surface is paved and typically at least five feet wide. The estimated grade is mostly gentle (all 5% or less).

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Joshua Wyatt
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Diana Yusupova
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Hiking

Great ride

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Summer West
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Walking

Fantastic

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Summer West
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WalkingGreat!
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Sneaky Leaky
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Hiking

When you get to Hunter Museum don’t go down the steps to under the bridge. There is a homeless camp under the bridge. Stay on the road. Great view of the City, and river.

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Cedahlia Stand
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RunningGreat!

Cold day.. like 39 degrees, by the river it feels colder

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Cedahlia Stand
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Dennis Parr
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Mountain biking

trails are nice and flat just busy with other riders and walkers. if you are looking to coast any this is not the trail for that

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Joshua Elsea
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Mountain bikingGreat!

Great place to ride

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Glenn LaTerre
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Road bikingGreat!

The Best Bike/Walk Trail in a city of Tennessee. 8.7 Miles one way. Plan to out and back Paved with semi-wide trails. Lots of art and history. Many views of the river with bridges. Educational learn the distance of the planets. Bathroom every mile or so. Start at the dam and bike into Chattanooga to eat. So much to see. Sept 6th 2020.

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Glenn LaTerre
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Road bikingGreat!

The Best Bike/Walk Trail in a city of Tennessee. 8.7 Miles one way. Plan to out and back Paved with semi-wide trails. Lots of art and history. many views of the river with bridges. Educational learn the distance of the planets. Bathroom every mile or so. Start at the dam and bike into Chattanooga to eat. So much to see. Sept 6th 2020.

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charity howell
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WalkingGreat!

I love to walk here in the mornings . Great place to start the day .Miles are marked and the view can't be beat

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Paul Adkins
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Hiking

Great walk, and cool mix between the beautiful city, and it’s unbelievable surroundings!

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David Mitchell
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Hiking

Very easy paved trail, watch out for bikers. Most know to watch for people walking on trails. Nice views of the river and nature in an urban environment.

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terry daniel
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Road biking

Took a short trip from Atlanta to Chattanooga, on my 71st birthday.Brought my bike, and had an awesome time on the trail. Can't wait to go back.

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Robert Barber
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Hiking

Best to take friends visiting. Great views of the bridge from Whiskey Thief rest on top of EDWIN HOTEL

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Roger Flood
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Road bikingFlooded

Trail is closed right past Fishing Park behind Chattanooga State Community College toward Chickamauga Dam and near the Rowing Center at The Boathouse toward downtown Chattanooga due to the high water of the Tennessee River. Traffic on the open section of the trail today is light so it was a great day to get out and ride. South Chick Creek Greenway trail is taped off at Riverpoint.

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Lorrie Gibson
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Road biking

The trail is paved and clean. They maintain all the landscaping nicely. I have used this trail to walk my dogs and it is very dog friendly. My favorite way to traverse the miles is by bike. You can rent one in several areas along the path and on Wednesday the bikes are free to rent (you just need a credit card to sign in). The trail is mostly flat with just a couple of areas with easy inclines. You can begin at the dam and bike to Rembrandts for coffee and a lemon bar ( a favorite destination of mine).

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Joel Carneiro
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Running

I love this trail, normally I use to recover from a running and hard training. Including the beautiful river view all the way

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Leslie Wilson
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Hiking

I love to ride my bike at the River Park! I start at the dam and go all the way to St. Elmo and back. There are just a couple of places where you must climb hills. It is a great way to see the city!

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Andy Johns
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Road biking

Nice and flat. Easy and scenic

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Tiffany S
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Love

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Michael (Sambo) Bussell
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Road biking

nice greenway trail rate as moderate only because of milage . nice sights along the way more crowded near the dam but about half way it thins out a lot . nothing steep but not a lot of shade.

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Kisha VanHoose
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Beautiful! Must do when in Chattanooga!

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Sara Noureddine
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Easy fun trail with great views

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Tracey Hoehn
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Walking

Great trail clean

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Jennifer Ainsworth
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awesome and easy

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Scott Cavanaugh
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Hiking

Fun for hiking or biking all year long.

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Mark Warmoth
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Running

Fantastic place for any type of run; long, speed, or easy. This place can’t be beat! Start at the dam for pancake flat miles. Out and back up to 12 miles total with no elevation gain. For more of a challenge (and beautiful river views), start downtown and incorporate the bridges into your run.

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Kyle Trent
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Running

Best place in Chattanooga to go for a short or long run and train for a race. Connects to South Chickamauga Creek Greenway too.

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