Looking for something to do for Independence Day? Celebrate the birth of the ol’ red, white, and blue at Coolidge Park in Chattanooga on July 3, 2017, with the Pops on the River 2017 event. We at Capital Toyota think it’s the best local celebration and fireworks show to honor the nation’s birthday, featuring an outdoor live performance by the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera. The best part? It’s all free.
The live entertainment for the event kicks off at 5:00 pm with the Operation Song, a tribute to veterans written by veteran songwriters. Until 7 pm, the stage will be dedicated to veterans sharing their stories and musical work. Then, by 8 pm, the Symphony & Opera will take the stage to perform traditional patriotic music, followed by the concluding fireworks show at 9:45 pm. There will be concessions onsite and attendees are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets.
Coolidge Park closes to vehicular traffic at 4 pm, so make sure you get information on nearby parking and the event’s shuttle services so you don’t get stuck. Other than that, we at Capital Toyota urge you to spend a nice evening out enjoying Pops on the River 2017 with your friends and family in Chattanooga.
Memorial Day weekend tends to run a full three days, leaving plenty of time for some memory-making adventures and activities. There’s plenty to do in the Chattanooga area, ranging from historical areas to getting in touch with nature. Here are some can’t-miss Memorial Day weekend activities in Chattanooga recommended by us at Capital Toyota!
Chattanooga in the American Civil Wa
Chattanooga served as a major railway hub throughout the mid-1800s. As a result, it was a primary target for both Union and Confederate forces. The area saw the deaths of thousands of soldiers on both sides. Today, artillery demonstrations roar throughout Point Park. The Chickamauga Battlefield serves to honor the victims of the battle.
A picnic at the park is a great way to spend Memorial Day weekend and there are few better places than at Coolidge Park. Cool fountains offer a way to sit back and relax in the summer heat. Those feeling more adventurous will find that jumping across the river and into the cascading waterfalls might be more their style.
See a Concert
Kicking back and enjoying live music is the norm for Memorial Day weekend in Chattanooga. Nightfall, a free music series, boasts a number of local and well-known acts alike. Food, drinks, and a friendly atmosphere make Nightfall one of the best ways to enjoy time off!
The 2018 Toyota CH-R may have gotten its world debut at 2016 Geneva Auto Show, but fans recently got their first glance at the new, segment-defying vehicle on American soil at the Los Angeles Auto Show, where the vehicle was on full display.
This compact-sized vehicle has the makings of an SUV in a much smaller package, making it ideal for young drivers and small families. Its chief competitors are likely to be the Chevy Trax, Nissan Juke, and other similarly-sized models.
The new Toyota CH-R’s features include a 2-liter, four-cylinder engine that produces 144 horsepower and 140 lb-ft of torque, and the new pint-sized sports utility vehicle is built on the same foundational structure of the much-loved Toyota Prius.
While we don’t yet know pricing for the vehicle, we do know that it will come with the many standard safety features that Toyota Safety Sense has to offer, such as Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning, and Adaptive Cruise Control.
If you would like to learn more about the upcoming 2018 Toyota CH-R or would just like to check out the many other vehicles that Toyota has to offer, contact us or visit us any time here at Capital Toyota in Chattanooga, TN.
Who’s afraid of a little mud? We sure aren’t! Join us for the coming Chattanooga Mud Run next Saturday, August 15th, 2015 at the grounds of Greenway Farms in Hixson, TN. It’s sure to be a fun event with a great cause behind it!
The Chattanooga Mud Run is a 5K mud run to help raise funds for Habitat of Humanity of the Greater Chattanooga area. This run is through a military-style obstacle course with most of the obstacles covered in, you guessed it, mud! Come on out and get a little dirty while getting in your exercise and help support a great local charity!
Your participation in the mud run helps many hard-working people and families purchase energy-efficient Habitat for Humanity homes in Chattanooga that are both affordable and sustainable. You can help change someone’s life by joining us on August 15th.
“We are extremely blessed to be participating in an event such as this, contributing to the organization that helps so many people across the United States and in our local community with the Habitat for Humanity,” says Ed Emerson, Toyota New Car Sales Manager here at Capital Toyota. Be sure to see us there as we’ll be bringing our TRD Pro Toyota 4Runner for show!
For more information about run times, or to register individually or with a team, you can do so by visiting the official mud run website by clicking here!
Chattanooga, Tennessee is an ideal spot to enjoy the great outdoors. With beautiful mountains and rivers and abundant wildlife, there is plenty to enjoy. Here are some great camping destinations in Chattanooga.
Raccoon Mountain. This campground is open year-round and is located at the base of Raccoon Mountain. It provides great natural views while also being close to other local attractions. Campground amenities include guest laundry, outdoor swimming pool, hiking trails, no-charge wireless internet access, and more. Camping sites range from primitive tents to cabins to full-service RV sites.
Lookout Mountain. Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, this 37-acre KOA campground provides breathtaking views of the historic Lookout Mountain. Your family will enjoy the swimming pool, playground, free wireless internet, and more.
Harrison Bay State Park. At this beautiful park and campground, your family will be able to take a swim, enjoy a bike ride, observe the local bird population, head out on the water on Chickamauga Lake, and even go for a round of golf. Bring your RV or pack up your tent.
Will you be spending any part of the summer camping with your family this year?