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Raccoon Mountain Caverns

319 West Hills Drive
Chattanooga, TN 37419
7 Reviews
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We had PT site #132. Site was gravel and basically level. Each site has a small picnic table and a fire ring(no grill). Some had small concrete pads at site. There are 5 cabins at park. Management has planted some trees between sites for future shade. We could not use our awning because tree was growing in the way. There is a nice playground near the pool, but we could not figure out why the swings were across the road and behind the office. When we checked in (on a Sat) we were told the go karts and pool would be open until 8pm that day and 6 pm on Sun and during week. We went down to the go karts at 7:30 pm and they told us they were closed already. We found out later that they don't open during the week after the summer holidays are over. Management was nice though and opened both the pool and the go karts for us to use. There is a cave on premises and gem mining as well. There is a gift shop next to the caves. Bath houses were old but kept clean. Showers in both men's and women's have been re-tiled. There is no place to leave your stuff in the women's stall though. They have racks across the room to place your items on. Chattanooga and attractions about 4 miles away. New Wal-mart about 10 min. away.

Received from for visit in Sep 2008

Site Number: 132
Stay Again? YES
beautiful campgrounds, and cave is great. the only real complaint i had was with the people they had running the check in--they weren't very friendly and always seemed as though i was bothering them rather than trying to be helpful.

Received from nocnalem for visit in Apr 2008

Site Number:
Stay Again? YES
They seemed to have done a lot of work since the last reviews were written. The site itself was gravel but the table was on concrete and the rest was grass. We had to level a bit, about 2 inches. We didn't use the bathhouse or restrooms but I didn't hear any complaints. Everything was working/open except the batting cages. We were there with 2 other couples (they had their own trailers) and everyone said we would come back again.

Received from Dale for visit in May 2007

Site Number: 139
Stay Again? YES
This is a busy campground, with many outside activities going on. The bathrooms were in the process of being remodeled, so there was only 1 shower for the whole campground, and it wasn't any too clean. The staff was young and not too knowledgeable or friendly. I had a heck of a time just finding out which TV channels were available, and what the user name/password was for the wi-fi. It was close to the area attractions, and the surrounding scenery was quite lovely. I don't think we would camp here again if we had a choice.

Received from Anon for visit in Apr 2007

Site Number: None
Stay Again? NO
Made reservations day ahead of arrival. Went to the campground and selected a site. When we got there the next day, the site we picked was not available but got a site just as good. The sites were nice but the trees and shrubs need trimming badly. The cave on the property is better than Ruby Falls and the guide was great. This campground has a lot of potential but seeing all the new houses built nearby, looks like the campground might not survive much longer.

Received from Jerry D for visit in Jun 2006

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
Stayed here to see the downtown attractions, read previous review and was kinda worried but found that everything with the exception of the batting cages that was advertised were in use...nice park they had just got done upgrading the electric to some of the sites, gokarts were great and the bathrroms were fine. We will be back again and hope that we can bring our friends also.

Received from Mike for visit in Jun 2006

Site Number: 136
Stay Again? YES
We wanted to visit the Tennessee Aquarium and only had a weekend for camping. We found this campground to be close to the Chattanooga sites and chose it for that reason. Once there, we quickly realized that it was not worth the $24 a day fee. The lots were "dirt filled", no gravel and not level, the bath houses were dirty and the activities advertised were closed. I am giving a "2" because the staff at Raccoon Mountain were friendly.

Received from Teresa for visit in May 2005

Site Number: None
Stay Again? NO

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