Sports & Outdoors

OYA

Visit Ooltewah Youth Association

Ooltewah Youth Association was started a couple of decades ago to provide youth sports opportunities for the local population. We started offering just baseball and softball, and now have grown to include football, basketball, and cheerleading. Our baseball program is affiliated with Dizzy Dean and we also offer a Fall instructional league.

Summit of Softball Complex

The Summit of Softball Complex located at 4900 La Collina Way, is a sports facility that incorporates 21st century innovation with the area's rich softball tradition, civic personality, and stewardship of the environment. The complex has 8 state of the art playing fields with concession areas, restrooms, shaded viewing areas, shaded bleachers, and picnic facilities. The Summit of Softball Complex has an environmentally conscious design within a natural setting. High tech capabilities on and off the field, hospitality areas, a walking trail, and extra details cater to the needs and comfort of players, spectators, coaches, and families. For questions and more information about this facility, please contact Chattanooga Youth and Family Recreational Services division at 423-643-6055 or 423-643-6065.

Collegedale Pickleball

Four pickleball courts are located behind Collegedale City Hall. The courts are on a first-come basis with players adhering to a courtesy time limit for those waiting. Lessons and equipment rental are in the works for residents wishing to learn how to play this popular paddleball sport for all skill levels.

Enterprise South

Hiking, Biking, Nature Center

Enterprise South Nature Park is situated on 2,800 wooded acres that were previously a part of the Volunteer Army Ammunition Plant property. The property’s heritage has been preserved in the concrete magazines used to store explosives during the days TNT was manufactured on the property. The Park offers miles of walking paths, bicycle paths and off-road biking trails. There are areas for picnics and a small lake that attracts deer, turkeys and other park inhabitants giving visitors an opportunity to view the animals in a natural setting. Access to the Park is from Interstate 75 via the Volkswagen Drive exit or from Bonny Oaks Drive via Volkswagen Drive.

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