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The Pumpkin PatchParks & Peaceful Places

The Pumpkin Patch
1836 Taft Hwy.

Contact the Walden Town Hall

Behind Walden Town Hall, this wonderful park, nestled among lovely shade trees, is filled with play structures designed to keep any child happy.

Picnic Pavilion
Next to the Pumpkin Patch, behind Walden Town Hall, 1836 Taft Hwy. Residents and visitors from all over the area use this facility for birthday parties, reunions, and informal gatherings. Anyone may use the pavilion, but to reserve it for private use, contact the Town of Walden, .

Mabbitt Springs
Glenway Avenue in Walden This popular place for hikes and picnics is a neighborhood park centered around the spring named after E.H. Mabbitt. In 1883 Mabbitt created the Mabbitt Springs subdivision in the heart of Summertown where wealthy Chattanoogans, escaping the heat and epidemics in the valley, built rustic homes surrounding the spring.

Little Brown ChurchUnion Chapel ("Little Brown Church")
Ivory and Spring Avenues in Walden

Services: 10AM Sundays, June - Labor Day

Board of Trustees Chairman: Doug Powell.

Built in 1908 to serve the Summertown community, the church holds services in the summer months only. All faiths are welcome and dress is very casual. Walk, ride a horse, or drive your car to the Little Brown Church and benefit from this charming experience.

For information on the Union Chapel, contact Ann Walldorf at .

James MonumentJames Park
Signal Mountain Road (just before the only traffic light on the mountain) This small park is dedicated to the memory of Charles E. James, who was responsible for promoting and developing Signal Mountain and much of 20th century Chattanooga as well. The bronze plaque honoring Mr. James is the center focus of this lovely, peaceful garden for all members of the community to enjoy and reflect on our heritage.

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