When you live at Greenbriar Cove, you are less than 20 minutes from Chattanooga, recognized by Retirement Lifestyles magazine as one of the top 10 places in the southeast to enjoy a retirement lifestyle. Chattanooga was the only city in Tennessee to make the Top 10 list.
With quality healthcare options, climate, safety and recreational activities, you’ll see why the Chattanooga-Ooltewah area is right for you. Over the last four decades, the area has received recognition for producing national best practices in air quality and revitalization.
Recognized by the Journal of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals as a great place to walk and bike, you’ll enjoy strolling down the 21st Century Waterfront Revitalization of the Tennessee River in downtown Chattanooga or taking a brisk walk in one of Chattanooga’s 98 parks (over 600 acres). Your outdoor options are limitless in the Chattanooga area, with whitewater paddling, hiking, fishing and more.
The immediate vicinity of Greenbriar Cove offers the conveniences of:
• Collegedale Four Corners area
• Collegedale City Hall
• Wolftever Greenway
• Life Care Center of Collegedale skilled nursing center
• Numerous churches throughout the area
• Historic Southern Adventist University
• Hamilton County Library
If you want to spend a day, a weekend, or a week in one of the most dynamic cities in the south, then look no further than Chattanooga. Long known for tourist attractions such as Lookout Mountain, Rock City, the Chattanooga Choo-Choo and various Civil War sites, Chattanooga has much more to offer:
• Tennessee Aquarium
• Hunter Museum of American Art
• Creative Discovery Museum
• Minor league baseball at Bellsouth Park
• Tennessee Riverwalk
• IMAX theater
• Hamilton Place Mall
• Dozens of fine eating establishments
The Wolftever Creek Greenway is a paved, pedestrian walking and exercise trail. It was built to provide a safe trail for residents. Beginning at the Imagination Station playground behind City Hall, Phase I stretches approximately seven-tenths of a mile. It continues north underneath Apison Pike until it intersects Wolftever Creek, follows it east, and goes underneath Ooltewah Ringgold Road, near the pond. Phase II goes over the Ooltewah Ringgold Road bridge and turns east on the other side of Wolftever Creek to Spalding Drive. Phase II is approximately eight-tenths of a mile. Phase III continues from Spalding Drive across Tucker Road to the Nature Nook located at Tallant Road and Apison Pike.
Additions to the greenway are being planned that will continue throughout the city and provide a safe means for walking and exercising.
The Nature Nook is an amphitheater located at the intersection of Tallant Road and Apison Pike along the Wolftever Creek Greenway. It was built by the East Hamilton County Kiwanis Club, who then donated it to the local residents. Nestled among the trees, the residents are free to use it at any time at no charge.
The Veterans Memorial Park is located along the Wolftever Creek Greenway close to city hall. The park includes numerous plaques, sculptures, and flags honoring those that have served in the armed forces of our country. Take a moment to walk through the park and reflect on those that have served and the sacrifices that have been made past and present.