Delight in Chattanooga Adventures with Rafting and Racing Attractions!

You can fully experience the thrills of Chattanooga on land or sea with great opportunities by raft or even go-kart. The Chattanooga area is packed full of natural attractions, scenic terrain and a beautiful cityscape. Once you’ve made it to the downtown area, you can explore by shopping, dining or otherwise having a great time observing the local attractions. You won’t want to leave once you get here, and you easily join in the fun by booking the following activities.

 Ocoee Middle River Whitewater Rafting Adventure

Gear up with your swimsuit as you prepare for this wild rafting trip down the river. You’ll begin your thrilling excursion in Ducktown with free transportation down to the roaring river in a deep ravine between the Tennessee Smoky Mountains. The trip in the water lasts approximately two hours, with a variety of high intensity rushes and cool, calm waters along the way. All equipment, such as life jackets, helmets and oars will be provided.

Ocoee Whitewater Rafting Adventure

You can see different parts of the Chattanooga area with this rafting excursion, which carries your raft on the upper part of the river. Since the river is controlled by a dam, the water flows high all through the summer, and you’ll be able to encounter the challenge of the watery rapids at their biggest. Your guide will lead you past rapids with such names as, “Let’s Get Wet,” “Slam Dunk” and “Humongous.”

Raccoon Mountains Go-Kart Caverns

If you’d like to try excitement on land, you can fulfill your dream by participating in this activity which lets you fly around corners and challenge other racers on the 630-foot track. The Go-Karts are officially licensed by NASkarts, making them some of the cleanest, quietest engines in their class. You can choose between a twin-seat or single-seat.

The best land and water activities are waiting for you in the exciting Tennessee area. Live it up in Chattanooga before the summer ends.

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