It is all about the biscuits at Maple Street Biscuit Company. Baked throughout the day you are ensured fresh, warm pieces of heaven. Their menu includes simple biscuit sandwiches as well as Signature Specialties. There is also a great sides menu to complete your meal.
Monday - Thursday 7a.m. - 2 p.m.
Friday & Saturday -7a.m. - 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. - 9 p.m.
407 Broad Street, Chattanooga, TN
Other locations located in Florida - check their website for details
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!
Iconic Ruby Falls is named one of the "Ten Most Incredible Cave Waterfalls on Earth" and it easy to see why. Water pours from rocks 145-feet above before cascading down into a small pool. Standing at the base of the falls, you can feel the mist and hear the power of the water. Tours start an elevator ride that lowers visitors over 1,000 feet below the surface of Lookout Mountain. Your tour guide will meet you and take you along the tour route that gives ample time to view beautiful cave formations.
Lookout Mountain Tower can be accessed at the end of the tour for panoramic views of the Tennessee Valley below.
Open Daily 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. except Christmas Day
1720 South Scenic Hwy, Chattanooga, TN
Other Activities Available
“Fun Forest Playground”
Gemstone Panning (fee)
Zip Stream Aerial Adventure (fee)
Tennessee Aquarium, located along the banks of the Tennessee River, is truly a gem. Housed in two buildings; each has it own focus. River Journey follows a single drop of rain as it falls into a creek high in the Appalachian Mountains all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. There are stunning tanks filled with colorful trout, immense catfish and ancient-looking sturgeon. The river otters at play will capture your heart. The Ocean Journey building houses salt-water life including colorful coral reef inhabitants, sharks, rays, sea-turtles and more. Penguins can be viewed here and don't forget to enjoy the rain forest where butterflies fly free.
Entry times are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily - Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
Available for Additional Fee
Sleep in the Dark Sleepovers
River Gorge Explorer - a boat ride to view the Tennessee River Gorge
1 Broad Street, Chattanooga, TN
Take a break from the hectic and relax on a ride back in time at Tennessee Valley Railway! Historic steam locomotives pulling vintage passenger cars travel along rail lines from the early days of Chattanooga. Short on time? There is usually a "Local" ride which is about an hour. They offer longer train excursions as well as specialty train trips such as Day Out with Thomas and North Pole Express.
Trains run at various times, especially weekends. Please view their website for schedule calendar.
4119 Cromwell Rd, Chattanooga, TN