Map, Rules, and Hours

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  1. Tennessee Riverpark

    Physical Address
    4301 Amnicola Highway
    Chattanooga, TN 37402

    Phone: 423-493-9239
    Fax: 423-493-5139

Hours

Monday - Sunday

Open 24/7 except for the section behind Chattanooga State which closes at dark.

Park Rules:

NO SWIMMING

NO Alcoholic Beverages or other intoxicants allowed

NO All-Terrain Vehicles

NO Camping

NO Entering Closed Areas

NO Plant Removal or Destruction

No Vending Without Permit

No Soliciting Without Permit

NO Motorized vehicles on Trails (except wheelchairs)

No Portable Grills, propane or any other allowed

No Deep Fryers allowed

No Water Balloons or Water Guns

No Confetti, Silly String, Spray Paint, or Glitter allowed (or anything that creates excessive mess)

Balloons must be taped to your own tablecloths or fastened to your own stuff (i.e. paper weights)

NO Blocking walking trails with anything, tables, chairs, etc.

NO TAPE USED ON ANY PAINTED AREA ANYWHERE IN PARK: WALLS, DOORS, AND SIGNS

ADDITIONAL RULES REQUIRING PERMISSION

NO horseshoes, croquet stakes, volleyball or badminton sets except on maintenance field as permitted.

NO Tents except on maintenance field as permitted.

NO use of inflatable play devices except on maintenance field as permitted.                                                                          

Marsh Meeting Room Rules:

NO SWIMMING

NO Alcoholic Beverages or other intoxicants allowed

NO Candles allowed

NO Tape applied to floor, walls, tables or chairs

No Nails in walls, floors or any woodwork including trees

No Paint use in meeting room

No Vending Without Permit

No Soliciting Without Permit

No Portable Grills allowed, propane or any other type

No Deep Fryers allowed

No Water Ballons or Water Guns

No Confetti, Silly String, Spray Paint, or Glitter allowed (or anything that creates excessive mess)

Balloons must be taped to your own tablecloths or fastened to your own stuff (i.e. paper weights)

NO TAPE USED ON ANY PAINTED AREA ANYWHERE IN PARK: WALLS, DOORS, AND SIGNS