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Spring is Coming in the TN Valley!

Spring is Coming in the TN Valley!

Here are 4 of our favorite things to do — come back for more!

What to do in Chattanooga in the spring?

Visit the Chattanooga Market (opening next month!):

The Chattanooga Market is one of our favorite weekend activities. It is our regions largest producer-only market and opens April 29th. Here you will find endless local vendors with homemade gifts and items, delicious one of a kind food, and more. You may also see some of our team shopping there too! Learn more here.

Goat yoga!

Bear with us, our team did this last year and it was SO fun! Goats galore, although we aren’t afraid of your typical farm friends. We truly enjoyed it, the perfect weekend pick me up a good stretch and fun goat cuddles. We can’t wait to go back.

Hiking on a variety of trails 

Chattanooga is home to SO many nature trails, from Rainbow Lake on Signal Mountain to the Cumberland Trail just past Soddy Creek. When the weather warms up you can find lots of Chattanooga natives exploring the area. Be sure to pack some snacks and plenty of water, there is a wide range of expertise and elevations. One of the great things we love about Chattanooga, plenty of room to explore and adventure. Read some of our favorite trails here from Visit Chattanooga. Be sure to tag us @joomahomes in your adventures to be featured on our page!

Walk the Walnut Street Bridge!

When you Google Chattanooga you immediately see the blue walking bridge. This bridge is iconic to Chattanooga, built in 1891 it is one of the worlds longest pedestrian bridges. We love walking our furry friends and kids across the bridge, watching the people below on the TN river and in Coolidge Park. Enjoy food and treats on either side, it is surely a site you don’t want to miss!

That’s just to name a few! Let us know your favorite in the comments below and come back for part 2!

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