Hawkins Pointe
Park, Store & More


Hawkins Pointe is a brand new 6.4 acre park,  just south of the I-24 / I-75 split in Chattanooga across from the Tennessee Welcome Center at Exit #1 offering pull thru and back in spaces, with all the conveniences including 50 amp power, overnight,  and extended stay parking, for one of the southeast most popular destination points Chattanooga. 


Hawkins Pointe parking

motorcoach over night parking


Hawkins Pointe offers 54 overnight parking spots with 50-amp power at all sites. (30-amp adaptor required). Each site has water and sewer hook up with clear satellite reception. The park area has large 64 foot pull thru’s and 55 foot back in’s. All sites have asphalt parking and grass areas. We have two gated entries for easy entry and exit.




Our long term stay policy, is no vehicle can stay more than 30 days on one site. No exceptions... 




DOG PARK: An all gated grass Dog Park with an entry bullpen that has multiple obstacles for their entertainment, water for playing and drinking. There is a covered seating section for the owners.

WASH AREA: For recreational vehicles offering a pressure washer, hoses and ionized rinse water. Registration at the office is required and there is a charge.




Chattanooga, Tennessee, is set along the Tennessee River at the base of the Appalachian Mountains and the well known Lookout Mountain, home of the Incline Railway climbing to the top of the mountain, Ruby Falls, and Rock City, featuring breathe taking views, and gardens. Point Park, a site of battle in the Civil War is also on top of Lookout Mountain. Visit Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, located in northern Georgia and eastern Tennessee, it preserves the sites of two major battles of the American Civil War.

Downtown Chattanooga has become a model for the all-major industrial cities on just how to reestablish a vibrant living and shopping capital. Coolidge Park on the North Shore at the foot of the walking bridge offers a unique downtown experience with arts, food, kids venues, and entertainment. The Chattanooga Choo Choo gives people a visual history of the railroad era. Also the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum not only enhances that era, but also offers daily rides. Walnut Street Bridge built in 1891 and the Bluff View Art District for galleries and cafes. The Tennessee Aquarium offers two massive building and is the world’s largest fresh water Aquarium. The Chattanooga River Walk travels for miles and winds it’s way from the one of TVA’s largest hydropower dams Chickamauga to downtown and beyond. This journey is popular with bikers and joggers.

Chattanooga is also premiere destination for hang gliding off of Lookout Mountain as well as one the countries best known rock climbing walls. Lake Guntersville, Lake Nickajack and Lake Chickmauga are well known for tournament bass fishing.




Like all parks we have restrictions on the operating of generators. No hanging clothes, correct parking, number of vehicles, and appearance of any recreational vehicle.   

We mow each week and have daily pick up of trash in the morning from 8:00 to 9:30 AM. If there are issues with the site please do not hesitate to bring it to our immediate attention by contacting us.