Mon-Sat 10:00am - 6:00pm EST

Bicycle and Kayak Rentals

Bicycle Rentals

We have a selection of road bikes, mountain bikes, and cruisers for rent.

Standard Rates (outside of community ride times)

- Manual Bike - $8.00 per hour $24.00 all day
- Electric Bike - $20.00 per hour $60.00 all day

 

Community Bike Rides in Chickamauga Battlefield

Every Tuesday and Thursday we meet in the parking lot of our store at 6:00pm for a community ride through the Chickamauga Battlefield for our usual 12-mile ride. This is a no-drop ride, which means there will always be an experienced rider near you (no one will be left behind). We are a very friendly group of riders and welcome any and everyone of all skill levels.

Community Ride Rates

- Manual bike - $5.00
- Electric Bike - $10.00

 


 

Kayak Rentals

Kayak Rentals Chattanooga Area

There are a number of creeks, rivers, and lakes in this area to explore from a kayak. Renting one is quick and easy at Battlefield Outdoors. We have 12 kayaks in our rental fleet and will gladly help you load them up for your adventure.

 

Our kayak day rate is $30/day (includes the kayak, paddle, and life vest)

 

Kayak Adventure Ideas

The map below shows several different routes for kayaking (as well as disc golf courses). Zoom in and hover over any dark blue routes to see the name and length. The GREEN kayaks represent the put-in (starting point) and the RED kayaks represent the take-out (ending point). Our store is marked with the green house icon.

West Chickamauga Creek

Chickamauga Creek is a calm, leisurely waterway that is perfect for beginners or those who just want a leisurely cruise. There are many different launch points listed below with their driving time from our store:

O'Charley's Launch (7 min drive)
Cloud Springs Launch (10 min drive)
Camp Jordan (18 min drive)

 

Harrison Bay

Kayaking in Harrison Bay TN

Harrison bay is an extension of the Tennessee River and a great spot for kayaking. Popular with fisherman, and with numerous spots to unload your kayak into the water, it’s where we often take our kayaks for demo days. The bay is open to boats of all kinds, but kayakers should stick to the side areas so they aren’t tossed around in the waves.