Chattanooga North KOA had gravel roads and long
gravel sites. However, the longer sites towards the back of the campground
had giant rocks on all sides of every site, which meant that big RVs
towing a toad had to be very careful pulling into and out of the sites.
The shorter sites in the front of the park did not have giant rocks
at those sites.
The picnic table on the two RV Gypsies'
site was so dirty, warped, full of mildew, and disgusting, that they
could not use it even if they wanted to, which they seldom do. And as
is often the case, picnic tables were right by the neighbor's sewer.
Yuck! The campground Wi-Fi sometimes worked, and sometimes did not.
The cable TV came in very well, but the TV guide listing on the campground brochure was totally not accurate. Standard campground rules were listed on the small brochure given out at the office. Check-out time was 11:30 a.m.