- Discounted Attraction Tickets
- Game Room w/pool table
- Group Rates Available
- Heated & Ventilated Showerhouse
- Hiking Trails
- Horseshoes & Cornhole
- Jumping Pad (No charge)
- Laundry Facility
- Recycling Depot
- Separate Tenting Area
- Tether ball (no charge)
- Wooded/Shaded Sites
Let the kids have a great time bouncing.
Cool down in our large 56,000-gallon salt water 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 25 acres of forest and natural landscape.
Campground EventsListing Calendar
Halloween Spooktacular - October 17-18 & 25-26, 2014
Campers agree that these are the Halloween events not to miss! Join us for a ghostly good time during our Halloween weekends October 17th & 18th and 25th & 26th, 2014. Dress up in your favorite costumes and enter our costume contests and go trick-or-treating on the grounds. Come get the wits scared out of you at our 7th annual Haunted Forest . See why the competition is so "intense" during the site decorating contest. Decorate your campsite and pets to win a hauntingly ghoulish prize! We still are having all the KOA directed activities that you have loved for years. Check out our video in the Videos Tab. It just keeps getting bigger and better every year. Already both weekends nearly sold out.
Plan ahead for our "Spooktacular Weekends" October 2014
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 (Tie-Dye T-shirts,egg toss, mini marshmallow shooter shooting gallery, etc.) Please note we have added a second weekend this year (2014), so we can share the good times even more. Weekend dates are October 17th & 18th and October 24th & 25th 2014. See some of the fun in the videos tab on our website.
Do you know its illegal to transport firewood?
Going camping? Choosing a campsite or campground?
Or picking a place to park your camper? It’s the perfect vacation getaway. Pulling up to a beautiful campsite, enjoying nature, the woods or forest, in a state or national park. And you might be thinking about bringing firewood along from home. But don’t! Bringing firewood from home to the place you’re camping could put your favorite campsite or park in danger.
How far is too far to move firewood? And what do you mean by "local" firewood?
When we say local firewood, we are referring to the closest convenient source of wood that you can find. That might be from down the street, or a state forest in your county. As a very general rule of thumb, 50 miles is too far, and 10 miles or less is best. In many states there are rules, regulations, and quarantines that clearly state how far is too far. Some states have laws about crossing their state line with firewood, and the fines can be hefty.
After hours check-ins
Many folks will arrive after normal business hours, therefore if you show up and the office is closed proceed to the night registration box ( just to the left of the front door). If you have an existing RV or tent reservation your map ( with your name on it ) will be located at the night registration box. If you have an existing cabin reservation your map ( with your name on it and a key ) will be located at the night registration box. If you don't have a existing reservation, read the directions located at the night registration on how to find an available RV or tent sites in the campground. Cabins are not available after normal business hours. Call campground for normal business hours.
Jumping Pillow and Gemstone panning -Dates of Operation
The Jumping pillow and Gemstone panning are seasonal activities and therefore will be in operation from March 15th thru December 1st.
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.