Great views and interesting history. Small fee to enter park. Park rangers were very helpful when I had some questions. IMpressive view of Chattanooga from the top of the mountain.
I love this park! The views are amazing. It offers a mix of Civil War history and breathtaking views. There are memorials and a museum. There is a small fee to get in the park. It's free for those who hold a National Parks Pass. One should spend time taking in the views and absorbing the exhibits. The experience becomes... 更多
My husband and I took the Incline Railroad to the top of Lookout Mountain. But since we're Civil War buffs, we had to see the views from Point Park. It was powerfully moving to see the same views from the same locations as so many photographs from the Civil War. Point Park is operated by the National Park Service and... 更多
Tickets at Rock City can be $20 per person. But entrance into Point Park (just a short drive away) is only $3 per person! And the views of Chattanooga are beautiful especially in the evening. We got there around 5:30pm and the staff had left. So the entrance fees were submitted on the "honor system." There were hardly any people... 更多
After you get off the Incline Railway, three blocks to the right is the National Point Park $3 per adult & $1 per child (Free if you have a Senior National Park Pass) Please note that in several areas there are no guard rails and there is a definite drop from the edges. To get to the Museum, there are... 更多
The park includes a nice, easy stroll around a paved circle. We took our time, read the stories on the various historical markers/monuments, and took many nice photos from the mountain top. We were there on National Park celebration day (accidentally), which meant it was free.
If you're on a budget and looking for a view from the mountaintops, then you're probably better off paying $3 per person to enter Point Park, which is the Chattanooga National Military Park at Lookout Mountain. The NPS runs the park and they have a free visitor center across the street with exhibits and a small museum.
Stopped by for a visit since admission was free (National Park celebration day) and we were very impressed. The view of the city was outstanding and there were several different vantage points. Our group enjoyed all of the photo opportunities and there was even a few rocks to climb on. Be careful and mindful if bringing small children since there... 更多
Had the chance to experience this park on our recent trip to Chattanooga. Although the entrance was a little confusing (we went inside the store to pay our admission. We drove up and that was a little nerve wracking but the view was worth it, beautiful gem. there are lots of paths to climb and a little museum. note we... 更多
I took a Civil War Tour of Point Park/Chattanooga Battlefield with Richard "Rick" Manion of White Star Battlefield Tours last Saturday morning. A history professor, Rick is the consummate Chickamauga and Chattanooga subject matter expert. While most tourists visit the better-preserved Chickamauga Battlefield, Rick gave me an incredibly detailed six-hour tour of Chattanooga (Lookout Mountain, Orchard Knob, Missionary Ridge, and... 更多
We took the Incline Railroad up Lookout Mountain and discovered this park. What a great bonus to go along with the Incline Railroad. The park is at the top of the mountain and just three easy walking blocks from the train station at the top of the mountain. Lots of history and trails to discover. Give yourself plenty of time... 更多
this is a short walk but the views are incredible. The cost is only 3.00. It's a national park and has a civil war battlefield and information about the battle. There are cannons and a fort that I could not go down to because of the climbing back up. I am going back when I can walk down. This is... 更多
It's great to get out and see the beautiful views of this place. The staff are very helpful and it was a wonderful experience to have and to learn about the great battle that tool place here. I would highly recommend going and hiking the trails.
We loved this park, the view of the valley is unparalleled. We only wish we would have arrived earlier, as the visitor center closes at 5 and we didn't have enough time to spend in the visitor center (1/2 hour is NOT enough time). We stayed at the park for about an hour, even though it was extremely cold for... 更多