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The two RV Gypsies parked their RV at
Lookout Mountain Chattanooga West KOA
930 Mountain Shadows Drive
Trenton, Georgia 30752
'706-657-6815
July 19-21, 2014

The road approaching the Lookout Mountain Chattanooga West KOA and a Leisure Valley Ranch sign.

The road approaching the Lookout Mountain Chattanooga West KOA
KOA sign

The KOA office and a hummingbird feeder hanging outside of the KOA office.

The KOA office
a hummingbird feeder

Part of a nice playground for the kids

Gemstone panning station

Part of a nice playground
Gemstone panning station

The inside of the KOA office was unique and had lots of interesting items.

The inside of the KOA office
The inside of the KOA office

Ilse and Karen played cowgirl and rode the barrel. Can you see the lasso that Karen is swinging around?

Ilse playing cowgirl
Karen with her lassoo
a decoration in the KOA office
the laundromat

Painted signs in the laundry room at the KOA

Painted signs in the laundry room at the KOA
Painted signs in the laundry room at the KOA

The pool that the two RV Gypsies never used had an 8-1/2 foot deep end. That is deeper than most campground pools.

Lee Duquette checks out the pool area
pool

Below: Sign on a building about outdoor bowling, but the two RV Gypsies never made the time to try it.

outdoor bowling sign

The rec room had several unique things in it, but didn't seem that clean or inviting to the two RV Gypsies.

rec room
rec room
rec room
jukebox in the rec room

Below: Ilse in the doorway of a miniature log cabin, and Karen inside the log cabin, kneeling down on her knees to peek out the window at Ilse.

Ilse in the doorway of a miniature log cabin
Karen inside the log cabin

The RV and toad of the two RV Gypsies in their new yard, a nice pull-through spot by a campground road. Cabins were across from the RV, and tents were behind the fence.

The RV and toad of the two RV Gypsies
The RV of the two RV Gypsies

This was a nice, large campground, with nice workers in the office, but the roads were dirt and gravel, as are most KOA's. Check in time was 2 P.M. Eastern time, and check out time was NOON. Late check-out and early check-in fees apply.

As usual, there were a lot of rules, but all rules were fairly standard, such as no vehicle washing, no clotheslines, etc. About 10 TV channels came in at the site of the two RV Gypsies. The campground did have Wi-Fi at sites, but it was unsecured and extremely slow. The water pressure at sites was very poor. Trains could be heard late in the evening and early morning hours, but they were not super annoying.

flowers
flowers
flowers
flowers

Ilse likes to photograph stairs. She said she always photographs stairs going up (like they are going up to Heaven) never downwards. Interesting thoughts.

Ilse likes to photograph stairs.
Ilse likes to photograph stairs.

Deer were often seen alongside the road entering the KOA.

A squirrel found some food.

Deer
squirrel
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