WHERE TO FIND PARKING FOR THE SEAFOOD BASH
Downtown Chattanooga Parking and Free Shuttle Information
Visitors to the Chattanooga Seafood Bash on The River have several options for
getting to Coolidge Park where they can enjoy the festival. There are several
parking lots within walking distance of Coolidge Park (150 River Street).
The Coolidge Park Lot is beside Coolidge Park, while the Theatre Center Parking
Lot is located at 400 River Street.
The Renaissance Parking Lot is located at 54 Manufacturers Road across from the
street from Signal Mill and is a short walk under the Market Street bridge to
The Shuttle Park North Shore Parking Garage is located at 345 Frazier Avenue and
is within walking distance of Coolidge Park. It also serves as a shuttle stop
location for the free Route 2 North Shore Shuttle, which travels across the
Tennessee River to the Shuttle Park North Parking Garage at 215 Broad Street on
the downtown side of the river. Note that the Route 2 North Shore Shuttle only
runs until about 6 pm Friday and Saturday; there is no Sunday Service.
The Shuttle Park North Parking Garage is located at 215 Broad Street, a few steps
from the shuttle stop, so visitors can park and ride the Route 2 North Shore
Shuttle across the river to the Coolidge Park area.
The free Downtown Shuttle is an electric shuttle that runs between the Shuttle
Park South Parking Garage at 1362 Market Street next to the Chattanooga Choo
Choo and the Shuttle Park North Parking Garage at 215 Broad Street. The
Downtown Shuttle operates until 10 pm on Friday, 11 pm on Saturday, and 8:30
pm on Sunday. Remember that the Northshore Shuttle does not run past about 6
pm on Friday and Saturday, and there is no Sunday service, so there are no
connections to the Route 2 North Shore Shuttle in the evening.
The Walnut Street Bridge is the world’s longest pedestrian bridge and connects
the North Shore near Coolidge Park with downtown Chattanooga on the other
side of the river. There are no public parking lots or garages near the Walnut
Street Bridge on the downtown side of the river, but crossing the Walnut Street
Bridge would be a lovely walk with beautiful views.