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The two RV Gypsies and Karen's sister
in Point Park on Lookout Mountain
July 20, 2014
(photos by Karen, Lee, and Ilse)

POINT PARK, part of the Chickamauga - Chattanooga National Military Park system, just a few short blocks - about 1/4 mile -from the Incline top station. Since this is a National Park Service-operated military park, there is an entrance fee. You'll pay $3 unless you have your annual National Parks Pass. Children 12 and under are free.

Point Park sign at the entrance
The entrance to Point Park
Point Park was completed in 1905 to commemorate the "Battle Above the Clouds" as part of the Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park.
Karen's sister, Ilse Blahak
Karen Duquette
cannon at Point Park
cannons at Point Park
The 3,000 acre Lookout Mountain Battlefield contains monuments, historical markers, trails, and scenic vistas. Point Park, a unit of the Lookout Mountain Battlefield, is located on top of the mountain and is the most prominent feature in the area
sign about the confederate casualties
sign about the Union casualties
sign about the occupation of the summit of Lookout
sign about the war
sogm anpit tje war
sign about Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain
The Cracker Line info
sign about the Battle Above The Clouds
war info
sign about the capture of Orchard Knob
View of Chattanooga plus Moccasin Bend and the Tennessee River from Point Park on top of Lookout Mountain. Moccasin Bend National Archeological District (MOBE), with its approximately 755 acres, is a valuable landmark and repository of over 12,000 years of American identity. Its stories include those of the native peoples who used the rich, natural resources of the region to feed, clothe, shelter, and protect themselves. The Bend also helps convey the disastrous consequences that befell Native Americans who came in contact with European explorers on their quests for the riches associated with the North American continent.
sign showing location of Moccasin Bend
view from Point Park
panorama and view from Point Park
view from Point Park
view from Point Park
The centerpiece of Point Park is the New York Peace Memorial. At the center of the monument is a tall monolith, topped with a statue of a Confederate soldier and a Union soldier, shaking hands. At its base is a small sheltered area surrounded by columns.
the New York Peace Memorial
the New York Peace Memorial
stairs at Point Park
Point Park
Point Park

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Menu for the two RV Gypsies Adventures
in  Chattanooga, Tennessee - July 19-21, 2014
You may visit these eight (8) sites in any order you choose.
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Chattanooga, Ross Landing, water steps, sculptures & more

Chattanooga Choo-Choo

Incline Railway

Rock City

Ruby Falls - a waterfall in a cave

Point Park

duck ride on the Tennessee River

Lookout Mountain Chattanooga West KOA in Trenton, Georgia

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go to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesAFTER you have enjoyed all eight (8) sections, above, please continue on to the adventures of the two RV Gypsies in Alabama: the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, botanical gardens and more