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About Chattanooga

Chattanooga, affectionately known as “Chatt,” is located near the Tennessee River, on the Georgia border. The city is situated at the point where the Appalachian Mountains transition from ridge to valley. Unlike many large municipalities, there are a handful of Chattanooga campgrounds. And in the surrounding towns, there are even more RV parks near Chattanooga.


Raccoon Mountain caverns, less than 10 miles west of Chatt, consists of underground caverns with more than 5 miles of passages featuring stalagmites, stalactites, natural bridges, and more. The natural formations that develop in these types of caves in Tennessee are some of the most visited attractions in the state. At ground level, you can try your hand at panning for semi-precious gems, fossils, and arrowheads. At the end of the day, meander over to your motorhome on foot because Raccoon Mountain has full service RV sites with hookups, as well as primitive sites for boondockers.


Drive just half an hour northeast of Chattanooga for a visit to Harrison Bay State Park. The fishing, biking, hiking, and a variety of water activities are pretty standard ways to pass the time in an outdoorsy place like Tennessee.


Lookout Mountain park may be considered one of the most visited Chattanooga attractions, but in actuality, it’s located on the Georgia side of the border. Lookout Mountain consists of mountaintop rivers, falls, a ridge from where visitors can view surrounding states, mountains, and state forests. It’s less than 20 miles from the middle of the city and even closer to a cluster of campgrounds near Chattanooga.