Raccoon Mountain RV Park & Campground is conveniently located just 1.3 miles off Interstate 24 at the Lookout Valley exit (#174) and very convenient to downtown Chattanooga and attractions. Since it is off the highway, it is blissfully quiet. If you have time for a tour, Raccoon Mountain Caverns are on-site for an additional fee.
1319 West Hills, Chattanooga, TN
Pull-Thru - Full hook-ups, 50/30/20 amp
Back-in - Full- Hook-ups 50/30 amp
Pull-Thru - 30/20 amps Water/Electric
Pull-Thru 50/30 amps Water Electric
Back-in - 30/20 Water/Electric
There are 9 camping cabins ; each unique and offers something different.
Special Note: Five cabins have bunk beds and Tennessee law prohibits children under age 6 from occupying the top bunk.
Check their website for details and floor-plans for camping cabins
Basketball Hoop/Shuffleboard/Ladder Ball
Adjacent to Raccoon Mountain Caverns (additional fee)
PricingCheck their website for pricing information!
About 30 minutes north of Birmingham is Rickwood Caverns State Park, known for its massive cave where visitors can head underground to view ancient formations. The cave is a constant 58-62 degrees which is welcoming in the heat of summer. Visit their website for tour information and fees.
The other main feature of Rickwood Caverns State Park is the cave water-fed Olympic-size swimming pool (there is also a kiddie pool). Visit website for pool fee information.
There is a primitive campground not well suited for RV's, however, there are plans to make improvements
Fossil Mountain Hiking Trail
Gemstone Mining (fee)
Guided Cave Tours