Introduction to Soddy Daisy, Tennessee
Soddy Daisy, Tennessee, in Hamilton county, is 14 miles NE of Chattanooga, Tennessee and 110 miles SE of Nashville, Tennessee. The city is located in the Chattanooga metropolitan area. Soddy Daisy has a population of 11,530.
Soddy Daisy History
Soddy Daisy was initially two separate coal towns, known as Soddy and Daisy. Soddy was named after William Sodder, who operated a trade post in the area, and Daisy was named honoring Daisy Parks, the daughter of a coal company manager. The City of Soddy Daisy was established in 1969.
Soddy Daisy and nearby Attractions
- North Chickamauga Creek Gorge
- Mont Lake Golf Course
- Harrison Bay State Park
- Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park
- Chattanooga Regional History Museum
Things To Do In Soddy Daisy
One can enjoy hiking at the North Chickamauga Creek Gorge. The Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park and the Harrison Bay State Park are nearby as well. Golfers can enjoy a round at the Mont Lake Golf Course. One can also plan to visit the Chattanooga Regional History Museum.
Soddy Daisy Transportation
Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport is nearby.
Soddy Daisy Higher Education
Higher education can be pursued at Bryan College, Lee University, Cleveland State Community College and Chattanooga State Technical Community College.