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Off the beaten path if you’re staying in North Chattanooga, but this is our favorite locally owned restaurant. Views of the TN River. Food value is great bang for the buck. Try one of the nightly specials!!
A bit of a drive but I LOVE this place. Great food and a full bar. Ask for a "Dark Knight" named after your host. They are closed on Mondays. Happy Hour is 5-6pm and they have excellent Mahi tacos and Lakeshore fries.
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“This has a man made beach and very close to your stay . you can swim, cook out hike, camp and fish here ”
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“Harrison Bay State Park is a 1,200 acre park with approximately 40 miles of Chickamauga Lake shoreline, and was originally developed as a Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) recreation area in the 1930s. Its name is derived from a large bay at the main channel of the Tennessee River that covers the old town of Harrison, and the last Cherokee Campground. The parklands are historically significant because the Cherokee Campground consisted of three villages which were ruled by one of the last great Cherokee Chieftains. Harrison Bay became the first Tennessee State Park in 1937. This beautiful wooded park is a haven for campers, golfers, boaters and fishermen, as well as picnickers and other day-use visitors from Chattanooga and the surrounding tri-state area. It has one of the most complete marina facilities available on any of the TVA lakes and all types of boats and water recreation vehicles are allowed at the park.”
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“Another neat area to walk in nature. There also WWII ammunition bunkers on-site, with even one you can explore! ”
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“Georgia's first farm winery and the Chattanooga Valley's oldest and most celebrated winery. Tasting Room Hours: Monday-Thursday 10-6 Friday & Saturday 10-8 Sunday 12:30-6 Be sure to check out the seasonal offerings and the calendar of events. The Summer 2017 Bluberry Blush is a fabulous sweet wine.”
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