Month: March 2018

Visit the Chattaooga Farmers Markets

You can learn a lot about a city by visiting the same places that the locals shop and eat.  Though public markets often act as a community hub featuring specialty shops, eateries, local artisans, and regional food vendors, they’ve also grown increasingly popular as tourist attractions as well.  The local markets are wonderful places to experience some great Southern traditions like crafts, music, food and the farm grown produce that is central …

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Bird Watching in Chattanooga

Given that Chattanooga is ranked as one of the top outdoors destinations in the country, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that it is also a top destination for bird watching.  In fact, Chattanooga is home to a wide range of protected habitats, which makes it an exciting destination for bird watching year-round. Chattanooga is home to the popular Sandhill Crane Festival and Bald Eagle trips during the winter, but …

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