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2655 Westside Dr. N.W., Cleveland, TN, US, 37312

  • Phone: (423) 472-3281
  • Fax: (423) 244-1033
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3.5 out of 5 (26 reviews)
58% of guests recommend this hotel
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  • Outdoor Activities

    »North Lee Lanes

    Located six miles from downtown, this bowling alley is a favorite among avid players and amateurs alike.

    5375 North Lee Highway
    Cleveland, Tennessee 37312-4523

    »Cherokee Springs Golf Course

    Designed with the novice golfer in mind, this semi-private golf course has eighteen holes, number 16 being the signature hole of the course. Tee times are only reserved for holidays and weekends, although the course is open year-round.

    3855 Dalton Pike Southeast
    Cleveland, Tennessee 37323

    »Double S Stables

    Welcome to Double S Stables, located in Benton, Tennessee. Their goal is to enable you to partner with your horse by working smarter, not harder. Clinician, Randy Speegle, has been training horses and their riders for over 20-years locally and is now offering clinics for novice and seasoned riders. With a total of 35-years of training, coaching and winning several World Grand Championships, Randy knows how to communicate with horses. His patient, kind and down-to-earth teaching technique allows both horse and rider to understand each other and gain a much better working relationship.

    465 Benton Station Road
    Benton, Tennessee 37307

    »Quest Expeditions

    Ocoee River whitewater rafting, cabin rentals, kayak instruction, camping and more.

    281 Highway 64
    Ocoee, Tennessee 37361

    »Adventures Unlimited

    Whitewater rafting on the world-class Ocoee River with log cabins and camping available for overnight stays in our private wooded campground. Open March through October.

    522 Highway 64
    Ocoee, Tennessee 37361

    »Cherokee Rafting

    Cherokee Rafting is the Ocoee River's favorite family-friendly outfitter. They have been specializing in whitewater rafting trips on the Ocoee River since 1978.

    869 Highway 64
    Ocoee, Tennessee 37361

    »Ocoee Outdoors

    Since 1977, Ocoee Outdoorshas offerd a guided whitewater rafting trip on the Ocoee River that allows more time on the water than the others. Choose from four river tours.

    Highway 64 East
    Ocoee, Tennessee 37361

    »Outdoor Adventure Rafting

    Enjoy whitewater rafting trips on the Ocoee River at the very site of the 1996 Olympic kayak events. The 20-acre plot of land lies on the banks of the Ocoee River and offers a variety of activities including rock climbing and a ropes course.

    Welcome Valley Road
    Ocoee, Tennessee 37361

    »Ocoee Mist Farm Llama Hikes

    A two to six hour hike through the Chilhowee Mountain with a llama.

    821 Parksville Road
    Benton, Tennessee 37307

    »Big Frog Expeditions

    A whitewater rafting company with guided tours down the Ocoee River. The Ocoee is a class III and IV river which hosted the 1996 Olympics. They also offer mountain bike riding, horseback riding, and a ropes course.

    1278 Welcome Valley Road
    Benton, Tennessee 37307

    »Imagination Station

    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.

    4910 Swinyar Drive
    Ooltewah, TN 37363

    »Eagle Bluff Golf Course

    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.

    5808 Clubhouse Drive
    Chattanooga, TN 37416
    Earn valuable points toward free nights.