3 Parks near Chattanooga, Tennessee
Oct 2015 - $36.00
This is an excellent park for exploring the battlefields and other Chattanooga attractions. One thing worth noting is that although the park is listed here as being in Chattanooga it is really in north Georgia. The sites are on the narrow side but they have been angled so that maneuvering even a large RV isn't a problem. The roads and sites are gravel with small strips of grass between them. Because of the recent rains the back portion of the park was rather flooded; it didn't affect the sites themselves very much, but the grass area between them was saturated. Sites nearer to the front of the park appeared to drain better. One really nice thing about the park is that there is a large area with several long lanes where RVs can park during the check-in process and, if necessary, when departing. This is in contrast to so many parks that barely have enough room for one RV to park while checking in. We had asked for a "satellite friendly" site and had no problem getting a signal; quite a few sites are shaded and this could be an issue. Verizon 4G signal was adequate, but not particularly fast. There is a fair amount of airplane takeoff and landing noise, but not too much so as to be a real annoyance.
If you are coming from the north on I-75 it is much less stressful to drive an extra couple of miles south and take Georgia exit 353 rather than Tennessee exit 1B. If you want to use 1B you have to immediately cross two southbound lanes of traffic entering the highway from I-24. At some times of the day this can be a but "challenging." Going south the extra couple of miles avoids having to do this maneuver and only costs you a couple of minutes at most in additional time. - docj
Oct 2015 - $37.00
Price includes tax--I don't know what the base rate is. Very nice park. Can't comment on amenities because we were just there for the night. Nice little dog park and a small children's playground. Sites close together but no problem maneuvering. - horseylady
Sep 2015 - $41.00
Sites are very close to each other. Although they are well maintained your neighbors hookups are right next to your leisure areas. If you sit outside you have limited privacy if you are too far forward and your neighbor is sitting outside.
The campground has plenty of roads for walking and is pretty level. The WiFi here keeps cutting out even though there seems to be good signal strength.
Roads are gravel. We had 2 days of rain while we were here and the sites and roads didn't drain well. - John Borajkiewicz
Jun 2015 - $22.00
They don't take reservations. They only take registrations in the Camping World store, which is only open 8-6 weekdays and 11-5 Sunday, so if you get in later than that you're out of luck. They have no idea what sites are occupied or not, and mark the camp full even when there's sites available. They don't communicate between registration and the camp host. The camp host was increasingly patronizing over the period of a 10 minute conversation, and smoked the whole time. I managed to overload the circuit (used the a/c and microwave at the same time) which kicked off not the breaker at the pedestal, but the breaker back at a central breaker box that is inaccessible to campers - and then we couldn't reach the maintenance people.
All in all, a very poorly managed facility. - AM-PM
May 2015 - $2.00
$2 with renewal of good Sam membership. Older park with lots of shade. Might be tight for large rigs. - chateau citation
May 2015 - $23.00
This has been our stopover between KY and GA for the last few years. There is no reservations system and the park seems to be full quite frequently now, so don't plan on staying here unless you get in early. Roads are a little tight but sites are fairly level and Water, Electricity, and Sewer are all good. Camping World is right there if you need anything and road noise is minimal. Roads and sites are gravel and access is less than a half mile off the highway. - jeffs
Oct 2015 - $38.00
Small campground near Ruby Falls and Rock City which was our primary reason for visit. Campground is right off I-24 with gravel roads. Sites are gravel, mostly level but very close. Lots of tents very few pull the us but can take big rigs. Turns are tight with front end brushing the Cedar trees. Staff is friendly. No dog run or walk area. Do not walk down entrance road as there are MANY large loose dogs. Good fitness center with treadmill, elliptical, free weights. Pool looked nice. Laundry not so good, 3
Washers and dryers with one dryer out of order and dryers take 45 min to dry. Small camp store and cavers on site. - gleLOAL
Sep 2015 - $35.00
This is a bigger campground than we usually like but we found it to be very nice. Check In went smoothly and the staff was great. Sites were a bit tight, probably due to the large amount of sites, but we couldn't find anything to complain about. I like when a campground has cabins and these were nice. We have family in the area and will definitely return. - Janemariejoe
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Very efficient and courteous reservations and checkin. We actually had stayed a couple months ago as we have family which lives in Chattanooga and had had a good experience. We were put into #135 which was a nice end pull thru long enough to accommodate our 40 ft and tow. A wooden deck with table, along with a fire ring was furnished. The park was less busy than in June when a lot of school age guests were visiting. A few long term campers as well as overnight guests were present during our 3 night stay. We did not use the showers, but they were clean and could use some remodeling. A few washers/dryers. Several cabins which are spread throughout park. Plenty of space for big rigs and nice folks. We will stay here for our visits to Chattanooga. - Gypsy Duo