Great Camping Destinations in Chattanooga

camping destinations in Chattanooga

Chattanooga, Tennessee is an ideal spot to enjoy the great outdoors. With beautiful mountains and rivers and abundant wildlife, there is plenty to enjoy. Here are some great camping destinations in Chattanooga.

  • Raccoon Mountain. This campground is open year-round and is located at the base of Raccoon Mountain. It provides great natural views while also being close to other local attractions. Campground amenities include guest laundry, outdoor swimming pool, hiking trails, no-charge wireless internet access, and more. Camping sites range from primitive tents to cabins to full-service RV sites.
  • Lookout Mountain. Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, this 37-acre KOA campground provides breathtaking views of the historic Lookout Mountain. Your family will enjoy the swimming pool, playground, free wireless internet, and more.
  • Harrison Bay State Park. At this beautiful park and campground, your family will be able to take a swim, enjoy a bike ride, observe the local bird population, head out on the water on Chickamauga Lake, and even go for a round of golf. Bring your RV or pack up your tent.

Will you be spending any part of the summer camping with your family this year?

Toyota Celebrates Innovation in the Automotive Industry

Earlier this month, Toyota celebrated innovation in the automotive industry by recognizing many of its engineers and researchers who have been awarded patents during the past year. One of these patent recipients was Nora Arellano, who was recognized for receiving the 1000th patent issued to Toyota’s North American Manufacturing and Engineering headquarters.

Innovation in the Automotive Industry

Arellano’s patent was for side curtain airbags used in the Toyota Tundra. This was her eighth patent. She was also included in the list of “Michigan’s Most Valuable Millennials” by Corp! Magazine.

In addition to Arellano, 114 other Toyota engineers and researchers were honored at the event. Toyota North American CEO Jim Lentz spoke to the group at the Michigan Science Center.

“These patents represent your brainpower, your innovation, your diligence, your hard work and your passion,” Lentz said, in a statement. “Patents were essential in creating Toyota in 1937 and are equally important today in protecting the innovative products and processes you invent to make our customers’ experience the best in the business.”

Here at Capital Toyota, we are proud to be a part of a company that recognizes the importance of innovation.