Chattanooga Area Campgrounds

Chattanooga, Tennessee 37416

Chattanooga Area Campgrounds

Chattanooga Area Campgrounds Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Chattanooga is a vacation destination for many looking for family-oriented fun. This town is packed full of things for the entire family—whether you’re into museums, nature centers, theater, art, or aquariums. Chattanooga is home to the world’s largest freshwater aquarium, the first place Coca-Cola was bottled, the birthplace of miniature golf, and the location of the steepest passenger incline railway in the country. The city is surrounded by mountains, rivers, and lakes. It’s truly a place where there is something for everyone.

The campgrounds in this eTrail include: Chester Frost Park, Harrison Bay State Park, Foster Falls, and Marion County Park."

Chattanooga Area Campgrounds Trip Reports

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There are two KOA Campgrounds in and around the Chattanooga area, each of which are great places to stay for visitors looking for improved tent or RV camping facilities or rental cabins in a campground setting. As is typical of KOA facilities, they both well-maintained with sizeable campsites, clean bathhouses, Wi-Fi, and laundry facilities. Both also have designated hiking trails within the campground’s property. I have stayed at both of the campgrounds and had a positive experience at both facilities. They are both close to Chattanooga’s major tourist attractions. The Chattanooga North, Cleveland KOA is off I-75, Exit 20 in the town on McDonald (near Cleveland). The other one is the Lookout Mountain/ Chattanooga West campground. It is just across the state line Trenton, GA and is located of I-59, just below where it intersects with I-24. If you are looking for the closest stopping point if you’re coming in from Nashville or Birmingham, the Trenton property is your best bet. If you want a spot that puts you closer to spots north of Chattanooga (such as the Lost Sea in Sweetwater), the McDonald location is a better spot. If you are a fan of KOAs, you won’t go wrong with either.
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Trail Information

Chattanooga
Nearby City
Year-round
Season
Swimming, Boating, Golf/Disc Golf, Fishing, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Biking, Rock Climbing
Additional Use
Hamilton County Parks and Recreation, Tennessee Valley Authority
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