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Chester Frost Park (Hamilton County Park)

Beautiful Campground!!!
  • CampingBotCampingBot January 2011
    Originally posted in the old review system on 10/29/2009 by cj180

    We recently stayed at this park for three (3) weeks. There are three sections, the first and second ones are very close to the ranger station - one section being a tent only section with most sites on the waterfront, the second with small sites, although there are many on the waterfront. The third one is a good bit farther away and the sites are bigger, with a lot of them being on the waterfront or having a water view, since this park is on the Tennessee River. It is a wonderful county owned park offering several boat ramps; several docks for fishing and tieing up your boat; very little traffic which makes for easy bike riding or walking; clean, roomy modern bath houses and restrooms. It is a beautiful hilly campground with lots of shade trees. The only downsides to this campground are: 1)there are no sewer hookups at any of the sites, although there is a sewerage disposal site in both sections allowing RV's, in addition to one in the 'day park' area as you are entering/leaving the park: 2) they take no reservations - it is first come/first served. Neither of these will keep us from going there again.

    The park is close to grocery shopping and anything else you may want. This is a beautiful campground and very well maintained, as well as being constantly patrolled by the Rangers. They run a tight ship. You can feel very safe here!!!