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Old 06-09-2005, 11:27 AM   #1
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Just returned from a 3 week trip to Tenn., one of the places we stayed was Racoon Mountain Cavern and Campground. Very clean, well kept, level sites, full hookups, with caverns to explore or take guided tours of the caves. Nice hiking trails. Highly recommend this for those in the area of Chattanooga.
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Just returned from a 3 week trip to Tenn., one of the places we stayed was Racoon Mountain Cavern and Campground. Very clean, well kept, level sites, full hookups, with caverns to explore or take guided tours of the caves. Nice hiking trails. Highly recommend this for those in the area of Chattanooga.
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I didn't camp there, but I did tour the caverns about 2 years ago. Much more enjoyable than the tourist trap of Ruby Falls. More natural, and more to see. They offer several tour lengths, including an overnight trip in the depths of the caverns! I definately recommend it if you're in the area.
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