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Cloud Haven Retreat • Ultra-Lite • 2016 Keystone Passport 2400BH • Gr
2004 Dutchmen Lite Weight Sport. Can easily be pulled with a 1/2 ton pickup
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Book an RV in Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, and you are a step away from an unforgettable vacation with some of the most beautiful natural areas in the South. You don’t even have to go far to find them when you rent an RV here. You'll have access to a variety of fascinating attractions to explore, from the nearby military park and archaeological park to a vast state park that could keep you occupied for weeks. There’s a lot more to see than just the parks, too, and you can check out the city of Chattanooga within minutes. You also aren’t too far from the urban spread of Atlanta. When you want a break from the Fort Oglethorpe motorhome rental, Catoosa County Transit can get you where you need to go.
Whether you are looking for history, culture, or anything else with your natural areas, you can find a ton of variety when you head out with the RV rental from Fort Oglethorpe to explore. Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park is a spacious park that takes up most of Fort Oglethorpe and chronicles multiple Civil War battles including one of the final fights of the war. You can find rangers to give you a tour of the park or set out on your own and map out the trails. Hiking isn’t all there is to enjoy either, with paddle boating, rock climbing, and more activities to try. You have over 50 miles of trails and history to explore, and one could lead you over to Moccasin Bend National Archaeological District. There you can find the history of man that ranges as far back as 10,000 BC. There’s much to learn and see here as you walk the trails.
There is a vast amount of nature to explore at Chattahoochee National Forest. With well over 800,000 acres of forest to see, you could visit every year and still find plenty to see. Don’t let the over 850 miles of trail overwhelm you as you plot out a few for the day. Head down to one of the streams and try some fishing or just find a beautiful spot to relax at one of the many campsites. The nature viewing opportunities are immense along with the assorted water activities, scenic driving, and unique rocks and minerals to keep you busy. Not too far from there, you can check out Johns Mountain Wildlife Management Area. Nearly 25,000 acres is still plenty to explore, and you can do that with hiking trails, nature trails, camping, and even hunting if you like, on land or with a pole in the water.
You don’t have to spend all your time camping with the Fort Oglethorpe RV rental in the wilderness as the surrounding area also gives you many other places to choose from. One such option is Holiday Trav-L-Park of Chattanooga found in Rossville. This park has amenities like full hookups and a camp store, and you can find restaurant and shopping options within walking distance. Another option is Battlefield Campground & RV Park which can be found in Ringgold. There you will find food and shopping options within walking distance and amenities that include 50 amp electrical hookups and a swimming pool.
Raccoon Mountain RV Park & Campground could also be a good option. This park has amenities that include full hookups and cable TV, and you can drive a couple of blocks for restaurants and shopping. You could also try Lookout Mountain Flight Park which can be found in Fawn. This park features amenities like Wi-Fi and full hookups though you will have to drive a bit for food and shopping options.
To put a nice bow on your trip and complete your vacation nirvana, Fort Oglethorpe offers more attractions to check out and enjoy. Sometimes you want to dive beneath the surface, and for that, spots like the Tennessee Aquarium are the perfect place to go. You also have to check out the local landmarks like Lookout Mountain and the Walnut Street Bridge, especially if the sun is about to set. Speaking of amazing landmarks, Ruby Falls is the tallest and deepest underground waterfall open to the public in the entire United States.
You might also want to visit Rock City Gardens for a geological themed tour that will take you through a variety of sights. You could also kick back and relax at a local distillery or check out the interesting exhibits at the Creative Discovery Museum. You can even find amusement parks in the area to keep your trip with the RV rental in Fort Oglethorpe as entertaining as possible.