- Discounted Attraction Tickets
- Game Room w/pool tables
- Group Rates Available
- Heated & Ventilated Showerhouse
- Hiking Trails
- Horseshoes & Cornhole
- Laundry Facility
- Recycling Depot
- Separate Tenting Area
- Tether ball (no charge)
- Wooded/Shaded Sites
- Jumping Pad (No charge)
Bounce with your kids and let yourself go.
Cool down in our large 56,000-gallon free form pool.
Test your skills on our family-oriented, 4 basket, practice disc golf field.
Mini-Marshmallow Shooter "Shootin' Gallery"
Aim your shooter at the target range and get as many points as you can.
Hike through 15 acres of forest and natural landscape.
Plan ahead for our annual "Spooktacular Weekend" Oct 25 & 26th 2013
See why everyone makes plans early. We have been doing this for years and it just keeps getting better. We have trick or treating ( for the young ones and the older ones), the amazing haunted forest, site decorating contests, costume decorating contests (including pets), and much more. Join us for all the fun KOA directed activities (angry birds,egg toss, mini marshmallow shooter shooting gallery, etc.)
New meeting room with Video Capabilities
Coming soon (March 2013) - Plan a party, church group, or family reunion in our new meeting/party room directly adjacent to the pool and game room. This area offers both an enclosed room and a covered outside area open to the beautiful Georgia weather. Call us directly and discuss details with Brian on planning your next big event.
We now have a salt water pool
Come join us and try what everyone is talking about. Experience the smooth silky feeling of swimming in a salt water pool. Enjoy the largest KOA pool in the Chattanooga area.
Meet Your Hosts
"Have fun participating in our KOA directed activities"
The importance of family time was the deciding factor to enter into the campground business for Brian and Allison, owners of the Lookout Mountain/Chattanooga West KOA in Tennessee. We get to be with our children (Max and Tessa) every day.
Brian, who had been an electrical/mechanical engineer, and his wife Allison, who was an MDS nurse, decided to purchase their campground because they felt they needed to spend more time with their family. "We had been avid campers in the past," says Brian, "and felt that running our own campground would be a good opportunity to work at something we like to do. We understand what campers like and enjoy while camping."
Campers can enjoy going for a cooling dip in the swimming pool or bouncing on our jumping pad. "We treat our customers the way we would like to be treated," says Brian.
When they're not busy working on the campground, Brian can be found landscaping and Allison enjoys reading.