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About Black Creek

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Rich in history

Black Creek, a home to humans for 1000s of years. A perfect topography in the upland valley between Raccoon and Lookout Mountains with abundant wildlife, water, and wide open spaces. Close to the fertile Tennessee River but high enough above any floods. During the Civil War this valley was the ideal bivouac for the US Army prior to its assault on Lookout Mountain. Later on, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt stopped here on their way to Georgia, to treat the President’s polio symptoms.

Now, Black Creek is home to many, across 3000 acres, spread from valley to mountain sides. Six miles of hillside panorama looking into downtown Chattanooga and out to the fertile valley west of Lookout Mountain.

Uniquely situated

Chattanooga, “America’s Best Town Ever” according to Outside magazine, is centrally located a couple hours drive from Atlanta, Nashville, Birmingham, and Knoxville. ‘Chatty’ offers loads of outdoor activities and stunning scenery.

Along the Tennessee River and its tributaries, enjoy miles of paved bicycle & pedestrian trails, and extensive and maintained mountain bike trails, too. Also, outstanding rock climbing, world class hang gliding, excellent bass and trout fishing, hiking and picnicking on thousands of acres of US Park Service and privately conserved lands.

The Scenic City

Outside Magazine named Chattanooga "Best Town Ever"

Chattanooga - the "Scenic City" - is nestled in a dramatic natural environment, one of the most beautiful in the nation. Lookout Mountain, Signal Mountain and the Tennessee River frame this progressive and growing city. Over 500,000 people call the greater Chattanooga area home - and no wonder!

Fun Facts

A few noteworthy items about Chattanooga:

  • Home to first patented miniature golf course, Tom Thumb Golf on Lookout Mountain. Created in 1927.
  • Lookout Mountain Flight Park and Training School, world renowned for training hang gliding, pilot hopefuls.
  • Home to world’s first franchised Coca-Cola bottling plant, built by two local attorneys who bought the rights for $1 each.
  • Walnut Street Bridge, built in 1891, one of the world's longest pedestrian bridges at 2,376 feet.

The Black Creek Club

For the golfer in you, play 18-holes in the nearby "Black Creek" course- ranked among the Top 100 Residential Golf Courses by Golfweek magazine. The club features 7,204 yards of golf with non-stop views of the surrounding mountains. Vary your activities across clubhouse, two pools, tennis courts, a fitness center and a top-tier bar and restaurant.

People are talking

Chattanooga is popular in the news. See the shoutouts we’re getting- as a city and as a community.

Chattanooga Is Changing. But Its Charms Remain.

Chattanooga Blends Culture and the Outdoors

Gig City, Tennessee: A Southern City Re-emerges