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Perched in the foothills of the forest-swathed Appalachians, Chattanooga, TN is a city rich in culture, history and natural beauty. Home to the world-famous Rock City Gardens and Cumberland Trail, as well as a famed railway system and historic past, Chattanooga is the perfect place to rent an RV. Not only does this city offer a variety of natural attractions just minutes from its bustling downtown, but it also sits right along the Tennessee-Georgia border—under an hour from nearby Cleveland, TN and Dalton, GA! With magnificent waterfalls, striking scenery and unforgettable views, Chattanooga might just be the ideal RV rental city. Sitting at what Abraham Lincoln called the “gateway to the Deep South,” there’s something for everyone here. Just remember—when you rent a motorhome in Chattanooga, be sure to pack for adventure!
Chattanooga offers a huge variety of options for the outdoorsy RV renter. It’s right on the banks of the Tennessee River, so if you’re planning your trip during the warmer months of the year, don’t forget your swimsuit. On the eastern slopes of nearby Lookout Mountain, for instance, you’ll find Lula Lake Trails, which features a captivating waterfall feeding into one of the best swimming holes in the state. Lookout Mountain is about 15 minutes from the nearest Walmart. And by the way—while you’re on Lookout Mountain, don’t forget to check out Rock City’s spectacular Lover’s Leap! On a clear day, this stony outcrop offers views not just of the valley below, but of seven states: Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Virginia, and North and South Carolina. Rock City also boasts a number of nearby climbing walls, as well as views of High Falls, which plummets off Lover’s Leap.
You can also check out Rock City’s unique garden’s and art installations, along with a tour of its caverns—home to Ruby Falls, the highest underground waterfall in the entire United States. Over a thousand feet below Lookout Mountain’s surface, you don’t want miss out of the eerie beauty of this 145-foot cascade, crashing down the mountain’s rocky heart. And when you finally head out from Lookout Mountain, be sure to take the storied Lookout Mountain Incline Railway. It’s over a hundred years old!
And that’s just the start of Chattanooga’s famed natural beauty. Swimming holes, mountains, waterfalls, and gorges are all over the area. After you pick up your RV rental in Chattanooga, just look for trailheads to the Cumberland Trail. Or, if you don’t feel like leaving the city one day, head over to Moccasin Bend National Park. It’s just 10 minutes from downtown! (Take care on this adventure, though—the park is said to be haunted.)
There’s no shortage of places to park your RV rental in Chattanooga. Just a little way from downtown, consider Chattanooga Holiday Travel Park, which offers easy access to the interstates, and is also in easy driving distance of Chickamauga Battlefield, the Tennessee Aquarium, Ruby Falls, and Rock City.
If you’d prefer a more rustic approach, you can also take a look at Raccoon Mountain Caverns & Campground. This RV park is just outside of Chattanooga, with stunning views of Lookout and Raccoon Mountains. Raccoon Mountain just happens to be the highest-rated cave in the state, offering tours and gem-panning, along with 52 full-service sites for RV renters complete with access to water, electricity, cable TV, and sewage. Other parks to consider include Battlefield Campground & RV Park and Holiday RV Park, among others. Search for an RV in Chattanooga and you’re sure to find a fantastic place to stay.
If you’re looking for a couple days out on the town, there’s no shortage of things to do when you rent an RV in Chattanooga. During the spring and summer, you’ll find a farmer’s market downtown every Sunday, complete with everything from produce to photography and fine art. During the week, don’t forget to visit the Hunter Museum of American Art, which is a truly remarkable building, both within and without. It’s perched on the edge of a bluff overlooking the beautiful Tennessee River, and inside you’ll find American art ranging from the colonial period up to the present day.
History buffs, meanwhile, will want to take a ride on one of the famous Chattanooga choo-choos at the Tennessee Railroad Valley Museum. This is not your typical museum—not by a long shot. These are actual, fully-operational railroad cars, and they’ll take you on a ride through the beautiful Chattanooga countryside as you relive this slower-paced way of life. And once your ride is over, you can continue your trek through history with a visit to the Battles of Chattanooga Museum—honoring pivotal Civil War battles fought around this town—or even head out to the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park a few miles outside of town.
If you’re looking for a unique mix of history, culture, and natural beauty, Chattanooga is the place for you. It’s a city built for outdoorsy folks, so when you book an RV in Chattanooga, you will feel right at home!