3 Parks near Chattanooga, Tennessee
Dec 2015 - $1.00
We were here to have repairs done and we were happy to have a regular RV park to stay in. No charge if you are there for service. The park will flood if there is A LOT of rain. We arrived right after an evacuation so it was messy and very wet. FHU and cable. Trees for shade. Nice area to walk dogs. Service was excellent. Employees were friendly and helpful. Will stay again if in the area. - Travel4
Oct 2015 - $27.00
Previous posts are quite accurate, however we used the park on a Saturday night and found out after check-in there was a drag strip very near by. The sound went late into the night and was very distracting. I would not recommend this park when races are run. Sites are close but pretty level. Water, electric and cable worked well. - gokart2
Oct 2015 - $21.00
Campground reservations were at the Camping World store. I had to double park and block the roadway so anyone behind me could not get around me. There is no registration parking. The registration was by a young woman who had taken several advanced courses in speed speaking. After I exclaimed that I didn't understand what she said, she explained that the information was at the bottom of the reservation page. I then drove back to the campground, which there is no sign (says service area), and there was not a convenient place to unhook the toad, so again, I blocked several people trying to make the loops in the campground. (sorry, not intentional). A recent rainstorm left the campground a big mud hole with pot-holed streets. Sites are very close together, no picnic table on my site. There were no 30 amp sites that I could fit into available without lots of maneuvering, so, I called the campground store when I saw an unoccupied 50 amp site. The same young speed-speaking woman said it would be OK to take that site. Then, the instructions say you fill out the yellow slip with your site number and deposit it in site #9 in the mailbox. The camp host caught me depositing the slip, and decided it was her duty to tell me that I took a site she had been reserving, and the front desk didn't know what they were doing. She then proceeded unsolicitedly to tell me all about the local attractions in the area as she smoked her cigarette and blew offensive smoke.
Verizon worked well, the water pressure was 40 psi, and electricity at 124 volts. Turns are tight for big rigs, trees have over-hanging branches, and only a few sites are able to get satellite TV. - simonsrf
Apr 2016 - $36.00
Half the park is seasonal/permanent residents the other half is short term. Short term site lengths and widths vary greatly. One way driving rules in the park are not enforced. Dog run is fenced and has deep gravel. The people I saw using other areas to exercise their dogs picked up what was left. That was good to see. It was an o.k. park, but nothing special. I don't understand the high ratings. To me it is an average park. - TH travelers
Apr 2016 - $38.00
We had no problem navigating the park roads, plenty big enough for us, I would suggest some need to learn how to drive their rigs. The sites are a little close to each other. Easy check in. Some sites have shade some don't. Pool looks fairly large. Lots to see and do in the area . Didn't rain while we were here but I really don't see a real big problem in drainage. I would agree with those that said the fire rings are too close because they are. We would stay here again. - NPmoto
Apr 2016 - $36.00
Large entry way coming in but it gets smaller as you go. Roads into campsites narrow for big rigs. Sites long enough but quite narrow. 12 feet slide to slide. Thank the Lord no one used the fire rings as they were too close to the campers. Many rules concerning dogs, short leashes, no pens, don't walk them on your small grassy area etc. All of these rules constantly ignored by other campers. The staff was very nice. Rest rooms/showers clean and handy to campers. Office closed quite early each evening. Reasonable big laundry. We will seek other campgrounds in the future but might return in a pinch. - User1308
Apr 2016 - $39.00
We stayed ten days in a 39' RV with family staying in Cabin #1. Site was level, water and electricity no problem. Site was a bit small, and was in what should have been the continuation of a roadway, so folks were frequently cutting through.
When we made reservations in October, they advertised go-karts, mini-golf and a clubhouse, the primary reasons we choose to go there with two young children. None of these amenities were available during our stay.
Office staff were unfriendly. I was clearly bothering her each time I went into the office, and she did as little as possible, all three times, to answer questions or help. This was especially irritating as they removed all the trash receptacles mid-week, without notice, and we didn't know what to do with our trash.
I would take my business elsewhere given an option. - Sheryl E
Mar 2016 - $36.00
This campground is under new management and it is a good thing as this campground need some TLC bad. Sites are gravel and very unlevel.
Cable needs updating as what is listed is not where it is suppose to be. Good for an overnighter only until they clean up the place. - Biggyrat
Oct 2015 - $38.00
Good park for families but if you want peace and quiet, go somewhere else. They allow campfires so expect to have smoke around you a lot. The staff doesn't seem to enforce the dog leash rules and some of the pet owner's don't clean up after their dogs. We will probably stay at another park during our next visit. - StarlifterFE