There are several campgrounds available in the Chattanooga area, we chose this one because the Trailer Life Rating was high. We figured, if they were full we’d just work down the list until we found a place.
The Park brags about being close to the Interstate, but there are no highway noises. The nearby Race Track and Airport drown out all highway noises!
We stayed for several nights and learned a love for the place. It’s easy on/off the Interstate Highway and a great place to live while exploring Chattanooga. Roads and sites are packed gravel and all are very level. The Hook-ups are modern including cable and wi-fi. The pool, showers, store, and laundry are all nice. For small trailers and Poppers, I’d recommend the back-in sites for the shade and privacy. The Pull-Thru’s vary in size with lot’s of space for anything a human can drive.
The city is just beautiful. We rode the Incline Railway, Saw Ruby Falls, and the Civil War Memorials. The attraction we loved best was Rock City. It seems to be a Tourist Trap pile of crap, but it was amazing. Take the kids, make it a day. The Tennessee Aquarium is also nearby and quite a nice tour.
You must have Breakfast at least once at the Waffle House .2 miles from the Park. We felt like we were having breakfast with old friends and family. I’d avoid the Italian Restaraunt nearby…it’s cheap, but crappy.
If your coming to Chattanooga, make this place your home base. You won’t be sorry.