7421 Bonny Oaks Dr.
Chattanooga, TN 37421-1084
Phone: (423) 499-9550
Fax: (423) 499-8715
Remember when roller-skating was the thing to do? Well, it still is at this Hamilton Place skating rink. Strap on your skates or rent a pair and hit the rink. Dance, skate and rock 'n roll to the high-energy music. Stop for some refreshments at the snack bar and then hit the rink again.Skating fee: $5; skate rental: $2.50. Each skating session lasts three hours or you can rent the rink for private parties. Cash only please.
Explore the depths and experience the thrill of scuba diving at the area's best source for scuba equipment and travel clothing. Don't know how to scuba dive? This facility also offers complete certification programs in PADI diving for beginners and advanced divers. You can even take your first dive for free in their heated indoor pool. If you have ever dreamed of learning to dive, the time is now and this is the place.
These days, children seem to be spending more time watching television and playing video games and less time outside. This facility is sure to lure your kids away from the electronic baby-sitter. A full-scale community playground, the Imagination Station features wooden forts and old train cars for kids to explore. There are enough swings, see-saws and slides to keep your active youngsters busy for hours. Admission is free. Collegedale is 15 miles east of downtown Chattanooga. Take I-75 North to the Collegedale exit.
The staff at ZGolf is dedicated to the game of golf and wants you to be, too! ZGolf offers private lessons, custom club fitting, club repair and golf attire and accessories. ZGolf is happy to introduce the Zeb Patten Golf Academy. The staff guarantees that it is unlike any golf class, school or clinic you have ever taken. Come learn golf for $99 a month! The Golf Academy is offered six days a week, four times a day! That is 24 lessons a week for you to choose from! Come by, call or visit the website for more information.
River recreation is a big part of the lives of local residents of the Scenic City. Visitors also spend a great deal of time in the tranquil settings of our state parks along the Tennessee River, including this one. With a boat launch, pool with bathhouse, picnic areas with grills, hiking trails, playgrounds and basketball courts, there is something for everyone to enjoy. There are camping spaces for 96 campers and a lodge that accommodates 42.
This small public course has been a local favorite for years. It is a nine-hole course, yet offers a lot of challenge for beginning and advanced players alike. Well manicured greens and tight fairways mean the ball moves fast and you better watch that slice. A small pro shop sells the things you always leave at home like extra tees, golf balls and replacement spikes for your shoes. You will have to walk this course, there are no carts, but the terrain is easy and the exercise will do you good.
Robin Hood may have been a fictional character, but children everywhere have been fascinated by his supposed skills in archery. If your fascination has grown up with you, stop by this unique training center. Teaching children and adults the art of archery, this school covers basic safety techniques and proper handling of your bow. A full archery range is available for training purposes and for the casual sportsman. Private and group lessons are available.
After 40 years in the business, this golf range has learned how to make golfers happy. A top quality driving range and pro shop are just the beginning. Covered hitting areas shade you from the sun's heat or protect you from light rain. The lighted range allows for "night driving" and the sand trap area gives you extra practice for getting out of the beach. Bring in damaged clubs for repair or purchase new or used clubs in the pro shop. New and X-out balls are for sale too.
If you enjoy playing a round of golf on a pro-caliber course, but do not have the means to join an exclusive country club, this course is for you. Tee times are offered 7 days a week. There's a a driving range; pro shop is fully stocked with clubs and accessories; and snackbar.
Chattanooga's Audubon Society operates these two facilities to provide a haven for wildlife and lovers of the great outdoors. Audubon Acres features over 10 miles of hiking trails on 140 acres in the wooded hills of East Tennessee. Numerous exhibits showcase the types of wildlife including endangered species, which are indigenous to this area. Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for children. Maclellan Island is a 20-acre strip of land in the middle of the Tennessee River that can only be reached by boat or canoe. Regular excursions to the island can be arranged through the Audubon Society. The island is extremely biodiverse with plants and animals found nowhere else in the world.
In 1995 the Eagle Bluff community created a focal point of the neighborhood: a championship 18-hole golf course. Designed by Bill Bergen, the course offers a real challenge to both novice and advanced players. The course began as a private club to Eagle Bluff residents, but soon opened to the public.Greens fees are very reasonable at only $11 during the week and only $18 on Saturday and Sunday. Cart rental is available too. Metal spikes are allowed, but please observe standard golf course dress code etiquette. You may not see any tigers, as in Tiger Woods, but you will see foxes prancing about, so do be careful.
Near Eastgate Town Center is the area's only remaining par 3 golf course. For decades, people have enjoyed a quick round of golf on this small, yet challenging course. Perfect for working your long iron game, the greens are very fast and course well maintained. Greens fees are a very affordable, but you'll walk this one; no carts are available. A small pro shop offers tees, balls, and soft drinks. Casual course with no specific dress code. Soft spikes are encouraged, but tennis shoes are fine.