March 26, 2021 - reviewed by Doug
Expensive, Muddy, Smokey, Loose Pets
If you don’t mind paying $60 a night with a 2 night minimum to get a sloping spot that doesn’t have enough gravel because the leaky water spigot has washed red mud over it and you like smoke filled air and peoples little nippy dogs running loose everywhere this is the place for you. Not exaggerating, everything got muddy here and it wasn’t even raining out, my steps, floors etc still have red mud on them.
February 24, 2021 - reviewed by Tiffany
Great Place To Stay
Stayed for 2 nights. Due to a recent cold snap, half of the park was unable to get water due to the lines freezing. Lots of construction because they’re adding new sites, which is beneficial for future campers. No outside firewood allowed, so we paid $10 for 2 bundles. We got about 8 pieces of wet wood that was more like kindling. Gem stone panning and hiking trails on site. Very close to downtown Chattanooga. If you stay check out Raccoon Mountain, Lookout Mountain and Rock City (located atop Lookout Mountain). Will absolutely be returning here and dedicating more than just 2 days. Park is pet-friendly and has a small dog park within campground limit.
February 7, 2021 - reviewed by Paul & Kelly
We stopped here for one night. Friendly young ladies at the office. Unfortunately it rained overnight and our particular spot was a muddy mess the next morning....our steps happened to be in a particularly muddy spot. That wasn’t fabulous. However, I wish we had more time to spend here to see the caves. This will be on our list to come back and visit with more time.
January 9, 2021 - reviewed by Jerry Robinson
Great Place To Stay
Wife and I stayed a week there this past October. The people there were great, plenty of room, good location for things to see in and around Chattanooga. Great view of Signal Mountain and Covenant College. Would definitely go back again.
October 24, 2020 - reviewed by Steve & Peggy
Very attentive staff that appreciates you being there. Much to do nearby and this made for a good base. We will definitely be back.
September 29, 2020 - reviewed by Dean Anderson
Great campground, very nice and helpful staff, clean, well kept. Sites are a little small , but we would certainly stay again. ... we liked it so much we stayed two extra nights.
September 7, 2020 - reviewed by Twisle
Camping For Fun!
Great park! We will recommend Raccoon Mountain to everyone we know that has a camper. The staff was great (cigar smokers for sure)..😂🤣🤣👍😎. The one thing I would encourage,especially for the price you pay, would be to upgrade the sites; they are a little outdated. Other then that, it's a great place to camp.
August 29, 2020 - reviewed by The Tarman
It’s Called Raccoon Mountain For A Reaso
After lights out the Raccoons WILL come out to play in your camp site.
Other than that this place is awesome. Kind of strange driving in a subdivision
Then bam Camp Ground.
Very Clean, Nice Staff, close to Lookout mountain, Ruby Falls, incline railway, and much much more.
August 27, 2020 - reviewed by The Cardona's
We stay 2 nights in this super nice campground the staff are super friendly and the sites are level .is close to everything you going to need.
July 16, 2020 - reviewed by Tracy
Really nice place to stay. We were only there one night & wanted to stay another. We came in after hours & the staff was super helpful in getting us to our spot. The fire pit had its own grate to grill on & the view of the mountains in the morning with coffee was breathtaking! Very clean grounds. We did not utilize the facilities, but they looked well maintained. Nice dog run/parkish area too!
June 29, 2020 - reviewed by chris reed
This was our very first campground camping trip. The staff was very helpful. The place is quite and relaxing. We will definitely be back sometime soon!
May 2, 2020 - reviewed by Michael Koepke
Great RV park. Very clean. Staff
Very helpful. All staff members wears masks and gloves. Felt very safe.
And it has a great view of the Smokey
March 5, 2020 - reviewed by Glypsy
Loved The Caves
Highly recommend if you’re physically able to do the cave climbing crawling tour. It was awesome! Decent size spots, but the one we were in was not very level. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Nice laundry room that takes credit cards. Was able to get an Uber to downtown Chattanooga and back. Not far from the Walmart in a few restaurants.
August 25, 2019 - reviewed by Short
This campground is all about the caves and I guess climbing too. If you are slender, exploring this cave system can be an experience of a lifetime. We had an awesome new guide who dared to divert a little from our route. I’ve not seen it advertised, but they should mention the acoustic features in a few rooms. There’s a large, rounded echo chamber and in a nearby hallway you can use rocks on these thin formations and play notes. Someone needs to record down there.
The RV spot was fine, it’s a 15min Lyft ride to pinball and the pool gets a lot of sun. Would return.
August 10, 2019 - reviewed by John
Great Staff Tight Spots
Staff was awesome but the sites are tight and I could see how it could get very crowded. The cave that joins the property is expensive to go through. though it is a neat cave to walk through
June 25, 2019 - reviewed by Bonnie
The people are very nice and helpful.
We stayed two extra days. Perfect place to see the lookout mountain, Chickamauga and downtown. There is a cavern right here which is great. Take your tour on a hot afternoon. I am not a high rating person but this is a very nice place.
June 14, 2019 - reviewed by Ryan
Improvements Could Be Made
My biggest complaint is with the bathhouse, they made the shower stall with a step-up and if your over 5'6" you have to duck to get under the shower head.
April 24, 2019 - reviewed by Chris Blanton
This campground was great. Peaceful and quiet and the staff was fantastic. The sights are a little close together but that was my inlet complaint. Full hookup site with great WiFi and cable. Couldn’t get the cable to work and maintenance guy came right out and helped me figure it out. Problem was on my end with my TV and he stayed till it was working. Had to trade trucks while in Chattanooga and told them I would need to check out late because I was figuring out brake controller hookup, they offered to have a maintenance man come over to try and help. Didn’t do their cave tour but the place is 10 minutes from Ruby Falls and Lookout Mountain. We will be back!
March 17, 2019 - reviewed by Elizabeth Tate
Great overnight spot
Very nice and accommodating staff. Sites are close together, and right maneuvering, but we have a Big Rig and a tow. Would stay again.
September 26, 2018 - reviewed by DeeMc33
Good Enough Site Great Cable
Sites are a bit close no very close. When it fills up it will feel crowded. Nice friendly checkin. Love that they escort you to your site. Almost level travel site with full hook up. Premium site but truly not that large. But wifi great and loads of cable channels. View of mountains is nice. Pool looks inviting. Trash picked up daily but our site had trash in firepit and on the grounds which I picked up. Come on campers "pick up your trash and dont throw it in the fire pit." Close to downtown Chattanooga.
June 29, 2018 - reviewed by Dallas Neal
We stayed 2 nights and enjoyed the walking cave tour. The campground is very well run and cared for. Pull through sites with all the amenities. WIFI exceeded any we've found elsewhere! Staff was helpful, including and escort to our site. Pool was busy with families at play. Truly southern hospitality.
June 28, 2018 - reviewed by Family Camper
Was very nice. Beautiful location and nice staff. Was only passing through on the way to Disney but we stopped in time for the family to take a cave tour which is right in the park. Already including this park in our next trip down in 2019.
June 27, 2018 - reviewed by Randall Jackson
We had a great stay ,the staff was very professional and the campground was very clean, also enjoyed the cave tour,Walmart and Logans ,Jack's is just down the road ,we will definitely be back
April 29, 2018 - reviewed by Susan Peterson
We stayed here for 4 days and loved it. Not far from downtown but it doesn’t feel that way. Surrounded by lush green mountains and very friendly and helpful staff. Our firewood we bought however was terrible. $10.00 for 10 pieces of wet wood that wouldn’t burn. But love the campground and will definitely return.
December 28, 2017 - reviewed by P. Ardis
We stayed after Christmas and found CG very clean and the staff very nice. Campsite was very level. We would definitely stay here again.
August 3, 2017 - reviewed by Wally
All was well with our stay- nice lot, good water, nice staff, yes the cat was a little annoying for a few minites, but what a great place. Hope we can make it back for another stay.
July 2, 2017 - reviewed by Sarah A
Beautiful camp ground & nice people. If you get a chance, do the cave tour. Not the walking tour, but the put-on-a-helmet-get-ready-to-crawl-squeeze-get-dirty tour. Our 9 year old girls loved it & we had a blast. Ashley was an excellent guide!
April 24, 2017 - reviewed by Laura
Gorgeous And Quiet
Far enough away from the main road to make the Park real quiet and peaceful. Sites are level. Lots of trees. We loved it!
April 21, 2017 - reviewed by Dan
Very nice facility with very friendly staff. Came in after hours and there was still an employee to guide us to our site. WIFI was good but we were close to the office. Definitely would stay here again
February 3, 2017 - reviewed by C. Wilder
Better than most for the price. 20% full and internet worked great. Love the cave tour.
January 16, 2017 - reviewed by Sue
Campsite was fine. My issue is with the red/brown water. Water made me sick. I bought water to use for everything at the trailer. In the office there were 2 cats. You can't even check in without the cats being in your face. I won't be back.
January 5, 2016 - reviewed by Alex
Nice place with mountains surrounding the park and great cave to explore!
December 11, 2015 - reviewed by Jones
Great family place at an amazing price! This has become a family tradition ??