General Campground Information
Adapters, Electric vehicles
Adapters, Dog Bones, etc are prohibited for use in our campground. Our 50 amp sites are NOT appropriate for EV charging. We do not have EV charging stations. Damages to property due to illegal use of an adapter or charging an EV will result in a minimum $50 fine.
For a list of KOA campgrounds supporting EV charging, please follow; https://koa.com/ev
Check in and check out times
On Site Laundry
For the safety and enjoyment of all guests, we have limits on the number of people who may be at the campground per reservation. At check-in, you will be asked to verify the number of guests staying at your site. A limit of 6, 4, or 3 people per site (depending on site type) will be enforced. That total number includes both the number of people on your reservation and any day visitors. If you have the maximum number of people on your reservation, day visitors are not allowed without prior notice. RV and Tent sites are limited to 6, or 4 people per site (depending on site type), Cabins are limited to 6, 4, or 3 people (depending on site type). If the number of overnight guests on your reservation allows for day visitors, those day visitors must check in at the front desk upon arrival and pay a day-pass fee.
PARKING OF EXTRA VEHICLES OR TRAILERS
Data and Communications
We do not have pet-friendly cabins.
Meet Your Hosts
"Welcome to our home"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 Georgia.
Brian, who had been an Mechatronics engineer, and his wife, Allison, who was an MDS nurse, decided to purchase their campground in 2007 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 also get to be with our children (Max and Tessa) every day." During the last 13 years, Max has been working at the park and takes pride in knowing that he has been a major part in the success of our campground. Tessa is a heading off to college this year to advance her education.
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 recording & playing music and Allison enjoys reading & volunteering time for the orchestral and marching band at our local school.