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In northwest Georgia, Rossville City is a beautiful destination near Chattanooga, TN, and Fort Oglethorpe. Named after John Ross, chief of the Cherokee Indians who previously inhabited the area Rossville is one of the best places to visit for those after natural attractions, fun and beautiful views.
Whilst here, be sure to rent an RV in Rossville so as to enjoy the great outdoors that surrounds the city. There is no shortage of interesting places to explore.
Wondering where you should visit? Rossville is packed with some of the finest natural attractions. When you are satisfied with your choice of RV rental, Cloudland Canyon State Park is a good place to start with. Overlooking the Lookout Mountain the park is a fusion of nature and adventure. Depending on your level of fitness, the park offers great hiking trails ranging from strenuous to easy. If you are fit enough, be sure to hike the 600-step staircase to get breathtaking of the scenic canyons and creeks. Cloudland Canyon State Park has an expansive campground with a dump station, bathhouses, and a camp store. Harrison Bay State Park is another great option, not too far from town. Covering 1,200 acres, the park offers an array of recreation, including boating, fishing, and golf courses.
Sprawling over 8,456 acres Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park extends to Georgia and Tennessee. The park is rich in history and visitors can tour the various points of interests including Missionary Ridge, Lookout Mountain Battlefield and Chickamauga Battle Field. For recreational seekers, the park offers visitors hiking, kayaking and biking opportunities.
And finally, if interested in exploring beyond the city limits, Fort Mountain State Park is approximately an hour’s drive from Rossville. For avid nature lovers, consider immersing yourself into the outdoor trails of the park. As bikers, hikers and horseback riders pass along the trails; they will be in awe of hardwood forests, blueberry thickets, and the lovely streams. In addition, there is Lakeside beach, cottages, and a campground perfect for RV campers. The nearby Cohutta Wilderness offers tons of hiking trails and recreational activities.
While you’re taking in the city's beauty, there are plenty of places to stay with your travel trailer rental in Rossville and neighboring cities. One of the most recommended RV Park to go is Holiday Travel Park of Chattanooga. The park's campground offers amenities such as a Pool area, a laundry facility, and propane.
Lookout Mountain/ Chattanooga West KOA in Trenton, GA offers full hookup services, TV hookup, and laundry facilities. Camping World RV Sales of Chattanooga in East Ridge offers RV rentals, and a campground equipped with full hookup sites, showers, and picnic tables. Close to the Rossville Town Chattanooga Raccoon Mountain RV Park and campground is a perfect place to stay while enjoying the many attractions surrounding the facility. This conveniently located park offers a laundry room, pool, and WiFi.
For the adventurous, the park borders Raccoon Mountain Caverns offering great caving experience. Battlefield Campground and RV Park eight miles away offer a perfect setting for RV campers to enjoy their stay. Featuring amenities like laundry facilities, full hookup sites, and water spigot the park is next to I-75, making it a convenient place to stay with your motorhome rental from Rossville.
The city offers many attractions open throughout the year, and all close enough to visit during the day and return to the city at night. Park, your luxury motorhome rental from Rossville in the many RV parks, spread in town and take your family to Lake Winnepesaukah Theme Park. With close to a century of existence, this amusement park offers fun to kids of all ages. The park offers a variety of rides from carousels, Ferris wheels to boat chutes. Rock City Gardens has a nice walking path surrounded by natural beauty. A self-guided tour to Rock City Gardens will bring visitors close to rock formations, caves, and rock bridges. Watch the 100-foot waterfall, marvel at the lovely gardens or better still relax on the rocking chairs at the top to enjoy the peaceful nature.
Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center home to the endangered red wolves is another cool place not to miss. The over 300-acre nature center, with stunning wildlife exhibits, can be explored by driving, biking or hiking, and can be combined with a visit to the nearby Ruby Falls. Visitors come here to witness this fascinating underground falls that lie over 1,000 feet below the Lookout Mountain and the caves. Also, Creative Discovery Museum, Tennessee Aquarium, Lookout Mountain Incline Railway, and Point Park are nearby and worth a visit while you are out on your outdoor excursion.