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Explore Southern Tennessee From Your Chattanooga Vacation Home

Whether you want to enjoy the thrills of big city excitement or a more rustic, adventurous vacation experience, you can enjoy it all from your Chattanooga vacation home rental. The Chattanooga area sits at a crossroads of several Interstates as well as the natural junction point where the Appalachian Mountains meet the Cumberland Plateau, and these distinguishing characteristics make it a unique and gorgeous area to visit and explore. There is much to see and do while in Chattanooga, and you may plan to spend a week or longer in your vacation home to thoroughly enjoy all that the area has offer.

Outdoor Recreation

If you are planning to travel to your charming vacation home during the warmer months of the year, you may plan to spend time outdoors. Many vacation homes have lovely patios, views, hot tubs or even barbecue grilling areas, but you can get away from your vacation home to explore the area as well. Great views can be enjoyed at the popular Lookout Mountain. You can enjoy the beauty and grandeur of Raccoon Mountain Caverns any time of the year regardless of outdoor weather conditions. The Coolidge Park, Ruby Falls and Tennessee River Park are also popular outdoor spots that you can enjoy while in Chattanooga.

Attractions

Whether you are staying in your vacation home with friends, family or on your own, you can make plans to explore the local attractions while in the area. The popular Tennessee Aquarium has an incredible number of displays, and you can spend hours exploring the underwater life on display here. Creative Discovery Museum is a must-see destination if you plan to visit the area with your kids. If time permits in your travel plans, make a point to book a tour on the historic Tennessee Valley Railroad for an adventure that you will never forget. Other points of interest include the Bluff View Art District, the Chattanooga National Cemetery, the Lookout Mountain Incline Railway, the Chattanooga Zoo and others.

Nightlife

Chattanooga may not be known for its intense nightlife, but you can have an amazing time during the evening hours in this fun-filled city. For example, a number of venues feature special comedy shows, musical performance, theatrical productions and more. These include the Tivoli Theater, the Vaudeville Cafe Murder Mystery Dinner Theater, the Comedy Catch, Track 29, the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium and the Bessie Smith Hall. You can learn more about the productions planned for the dates of your trip by looking at the calendar of events before you arrive.

Weather

This area of Tennessee has a humid subtropical climate, so many of the days are rather warm and even humid. However, snowfall is common in the winter months, and the average high in December through February is only in the 50s. In the summer months from June through September, the average high is in the 80s and 90s. Rainfall is fairly even throughout most of the year, but the wettest month is usually November.

How to Get There

Chattanooga is relatively easy to reach by road as well as by air. The city is located at the convergence of Interstates 24, 59 and 75, making it easy to reach the area by almost every direction via roadway. There is also an airport located in town, the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, which has non-stop service from regional and national airlines.

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