Recreational and YFD Facility Locationswww.chattadata.org | Last Updated 1 Apr 2019
Location and description of recreational areas and YFD locations in the City of Chattanooga.
This dataset has the following 6 columns:
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Wyatt Community Center Tennis Courts
East Chattanooga Community Center Tennis Court
John A Patten Center
North Chattanooga Center
East Lake Centerview top 100
|YFD Facility Type||yfd_facility_type||text|
Athletic Fields, Tennis, Disc Golf, Skate Park
Swimming Poolview top 100
Featuring 2 Tennis Courts
1785 Reggie White Boulevard Chattown Skatepark is located at 1801 Carter Street adjacent to the First Tennessee Pavilion. The park is equipped with with ramps for roller bladers, skate boarders, and bmx bike riders as well as restrooms, a pavilion, and drinking fountain. There is also a hockey rink with scoreboard, and bleachers on site. The telephone number is 757-2076 and there is a staff person available during the park's hours of operation.New Winter Hours for the City’s Skate Park:Monday Through Firday 3:00 pm - 9:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Saturday 10 am - 12 noon will be for kids ages 12 and under. Sunday 12 :00 noon - 8:00 pm Summer Schedule 12Noon- 10:00pm Cost: Memberships - $50 for one-year Daily Rates: Member and Non-Member Sessions are $2 for members / $8 for non-members All Skatepark paticipants must have a current signed waiver on file. Participants under the age of 18 must have legal guardian's signature and if signed off premises waiver form must be notorized. Skatepark Waiver (http://www.chattanooga.gov/Files/2007skateparkwaiver.pdf)
The Sinks 18 Holes Address: 4502 North Access Road Chattanooga, Tennessee 37406 United States 423-505-5605 Description: 18 Hole Championship Disc Golf Course w/ dual teepads and multiple pin placements. a tight and wooded course. A technical course requiring several different shots to be successful. The Sinks disc golf course is a tight, wooded, technical eighteen hole course located an easy ten minute drive from downtown Chattanooga (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chattanooga,_Tennessee), Tennessee. Why is our disc golf course called the Sinks? Because of the many sinkholes scattered throughout this disc golf course. Large sinkholes. Deep sinkholes. You don't believe, I can tell. Click here for pictures, you doubter. The course sports concrete pads, short and long tees, and multiple pin placements. The Sinks also has a 350 foot driving range, a putting practice green, and restroom facilities. The Sinks is meticulously maintained and is constantly improving, thanks to the good works of the fine folks of the Chattanooga Flying Disc Club (http://nakedpretzel.com/phpbb3/viewforum.php?f=10&sid=545ae252ca38eb6cd09dae29dae17bbe). The course is dog and stroller friendly. Well, not the little umbrella strollers or the mall strollers but the ones with bike tires will work just fine. Please get a bag or two from our bag dispensers and pick up after your dog and / or child. Trash cans are provided at the entrance and at the white tees of Hole 4, Hole 7, Hole 13 and Hole 16 so please use them. The squirrels see everything and they are little snitches. UPDATE: Trash cans have been added to Hole 1, Hole 2, Hole 10 and Hole 18.
Carver Community Center Address: 600 N Orchard Knob Ave Chattanooga, TN 37404 Description: Mainly open around walking track. Good use of space - nice mix. Dual tees. Check-in at center & take a kid to play. Inner city - be mindful of surroundings.
2610 East Third Street (37404) * (423) 697-1284 Facility Manager: Ed Odom Facility Features: - Computer Lab - Full Size Gym - Community Meeting Room - Game Room - Neighborhood Reading Center - Cultural Arts Room - 2 Tennis Courtsview top 100
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