Shipp's RV Center & Campground

6728 Ringold Road, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 37412, United States | Campground
 

Travel Blogs from Chattanooga

We have landed!

A travel blog entry by leahkeith-houle

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... shoes and reassembling your stuff to run to the gate with 2 minutes to spare? As I said divine intervention.  Our host at the Crystal Palace had our sign up for us when we touched down and with our luggage we were whisked into paradise.  Note the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga web page has a article about my adventure in San Salvador on today. Been a good day!   Here is the ...

I have just completed my "Research Project"

A travel blog entry by vpritchard

... that could result, as approximately 2,000 intermarried Jews were taken to the headquarters of the Jewish Community in the heart of Berlin, on the street of Rosenstrasse. The Nazis do not want to risk others finding out the facts concerning the evacuation of Jews and what the transportation of the Jews really means. Here on Rosenstrasse, the Jews who are married to the Aryan German women are being prepared for ...

Counting Down to Departure.....

A travel blog entry by tmullinax

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I am so excited (and a bit nervous I must say) about leaving for Alaska in 2 days! It's actually less than that since my flight leaves at 5:30 am Wednesday. Yikes!

Today, I am catching up on laundry and packing what I can in the suitcase. We've purchased snacks for the plane- trail mix and chocolate, and bought a rain jacket for my 12 yr old traveling buddy. We've made arrangements for the girls to sleep over at Grandmother's on Tuesday ...

Leaving Ellijay

A travel blog entry by cblake3493

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Linda – just being away from the office.

Peggy calculates the following. We drove 1,298 miles, and we spent approximately $295 each on this trip: $175 condo, $67 food (including meals in restaurants), $36 gas, $17 admissions, parking, ...

Chief Vann House, Fort Mountain State Park

A travel blog entry by cblake3493

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... speaks of a race of "moon-eyed" people who built the wall. Could that be white people or a reference to the god they worshipped? Another myth revolves around the Welsh prince Madoc. He arrived in Mobile Bay around 1400 AD and moved north. Others state the English were trying to lay claim to the land in the late 1600's and the English built the wall.

We also hiked to the Fire Tower and around the lake.
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Location

This campground, located on 6728 Ringold Road, Chattanooga, is near Lake Winnepesaukah, Sir Goony's Family Fun Center, Miller Plaza, and Audubon Acres and Maclellan Island.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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