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Adventure is everywhere in Southeast Tennessee. Cleveland, though not the one of Cavalier’s fame, is a lovely small Southern city right in the middle of some of the most beautiful landscapes in the South. Set just East of Nantahala National Forest and the Smokies, with Chattanooga less than an hour away, and Knoxville to the North, when you rent an RV in Cleveland, Tennessee, you’re primed for a fantastic vacation. The city is beautiful and historic, with quite a few awe-inspiring churches. The area was originally occupied for more than a thousand years by Cherokee tribes and there are many opportunities to learn about the history of the land in Cleveland. Search for an RV rental in Cleveland and come see why it’s deemed “The City with Spirit”.

The Great Outdoors

When you book a rental RV in Cleveland, TN, you can explore beautiful natural areas. Red Clay State Historic Park is a unique experience for anyone who wants to learn more about the history of Native Americans in the area. The park is at the site where the Cherokee held general councils, and was also the site where the Trail of Tears began. In 1937, Harrison Bay became the first State Park in Tennessee. This recreational park on the bay has a pool, marina, bike trail, and a Jack Nicklaus designed golf course, as well as places to camp in the lush wooded area. Avid hikers will want to head over to the southern portion of the Cumberland Trail for a scenic day hike.

You can head East in your Cleveland RV rental and explore the Southern portion of Cherokee National Forest. It is divided in two sections by Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and the northern half is only about three hours away. There are numerous hiking and biking trails in the southern part of the park, and scenic drives you can take in your Cleveland motorhome rental, including the Ocoee Scenic Byway. The Ocoee River was used for the canoe slaloms in the 1996 Summer Olympics, and people come from all over to kayak and canoe on this famous river. Get an adrenaline rush on the Ocoee on a white-water rafting tour, or if you’d rather experience nature on a boat that probably won’t flip, head one river over to the Hiwassee Wildlife Refuge for a guided tour with a naturalist. Want to get a bird’s eye view of the river and forest? Take a zipline or canopy tour and see the world from a new perspective!

RV Parks

There are several places to camp in your RV rental in Cleveland, TN, and surrounding areas. There is the Chattanooga North/Cleveland KOA just West of the city, which is open to larger RVs and has electric hookups, free cable and WiFi, a pool, and dog park. Harrison Bay State Park can accommodate nearly 130 RVs and each site has water and electrical hookups. It is located about a half hour outside of Cleveland. For those who want a more secluded option, you can camp at the Airbnb Tiny House Campground, a single wooded campsite with full RV hookups. Further North on the lake is Possum Creek RV Park & Campground which has full RV hookups and showers. There are also plenty of places to stay in your Cleveland, TN camper rental in the national forests around the area, or along the Chickamauga Lake.

Exploring the City

Get a feel for the city by spending a little bit of time on the Cleveland Downtown Historic Walking Tour. Pick up a brochure at the Chamber of Commerce, and start your self-guided tour! Along the way you can stop for a bite to eat at The Spot, which is a restaurant built before the 1900s. You can also enjoy a walk on the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway, a four mile long public walking path that is paved and winds through parks and residential areas. In the heart of downtown is the Museum Center at 5ive Points, which has permanent and rotating exhibits about the history and culture of the city. Downtown Cleveland is charming, and has plenty of boutiques and shopping opportunities, as well as delicious Southern eateries. Depending on when you plan your trip, you could be exploring Cleveland at the same time as the annual Cleveland apple festival. It occurs in October and features an art and craft show, live bluegrass music, food, and entertainment, plus kid’s activities are all free. Aspiring sommeliers will want to visit Morris Vineyard and Winery, just outside of town. Rent a luxury RV in Cleveland and you’re sure to have an enjoyable vacation; from historical sites to adrenaline-pumping adventures, there is something for everyone in Southern Tennessee.

RV Rentals in Cleveland, TN

Cleveland, TN is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Cleveland. Outdoorsy's Cleveland RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Cleveland are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site, and Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area.

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Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Virgin Falls Trail Sparta Tennessee
Abrams Falls Trail Townsend Tennessee
Rainbow Falls Trail Gatlinburg Tennessee
Fiery Gizzard Trail to Raven's Point Tracy City Tennessee
Raven Cliff Falls Trail Helen Georgia
Blood Mountain and Freeman Loop Trail Blairsville Georgia
Alum Cave Trail to Mount LeConte Gatlinburg Tennessee
Grotto Falls Trail Gatlinburg Tennessee
Chimney Tops Trail [CLOSED] Gatlinburg Tennessee
Kennesaw Mountain East and West Trail Loop Marietta Georgia

Nearby Campgrounds

Toccoa Valley Campground

campground Blue Ridge, GA
You could stay in the heart of the North Georgia mountains, and enjoy all the water activities on Toccoa River. You can view the mountains as you are tubing or rafting down the river, you can also experience the landscape through hikes, biking or on horseback. The campsites are spacious and provide shade. Although this is a small campsite (only 10 RV sites) it has much to offer on the recreational side.

Mercier Orchard

attraction Blue Ridge, GA
It is considered one of the best apple orchards in the area. You can pick your own apples, choose from a selection of products such as apple butter, jams, pies, hard cider, or take a wagon ride through the orchard and experience all its beauty. You can also a enjoy a home made meal here.

Blue Ridge Lodge and RV Park

campground Morganton, GA
Located only 5 miles from historic Blue Ridge town, and the nearby Blue Ridge Lake Shore, the park is situated on a ridge top with spectacular views. Lake Blue Ridge offers great fishing and boaing. Near the dam area there is some of the best trout fishing in the region. Also the Aska Adventure area is conveniently located close to the park.

Holiday Travel Park of Chattanooga

campground Rossville, GA
Are you looking for a great place to stay in Chattanooga, Tennessee? If so, why don't you stay at the Holiday Park of Chattanooga? It's located one mile off the 1-75. and has been built on a Civil War Battlefield. It was a skirmish site in 1863, right before the Battle of Chickamauga. If you are a Civil War buff, this place will suit you right down to the ground. This area is full of history and memories of the Civil War. The Chattanooga National Military Park is a great place to visit. Other interesting attractions in the area include the Tennessee Aquarium and 3D Max Theater, the Creative Discovery Museum, the Tennessee Valley Railroad, Ruby Falls, and the Chattanooga Zoo. There are 170 campsites in this RV Park, all with water, electricity, and cable TV. If you fancy staying on site, there is a swimming pool and playground at your disposal. Don't hesitate to book a vacation here. The park was recognized by The Good Sam Travel Guide and Campground Directory as the top family campground in the last three years.

Frank Gross

campground Morganton, GA
A national park which is perfect for trout fishing, since it's located downstream from the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Fish Hatchery. The park is very rustic and it's surrounded by the great outdoors. Book a RV rental with a generator to keep your electronic devices charged (or just to make sure you can have coffee in the am).

Blue Ridge Scenic Railway

attraction Blue Ridge, GA
Take a train deep into the scenic landscape of North Georgia, starting in the town of Blue Ridge. The total excursion is 26 miles (4 hours roundtrip), where the train follows Toccoa River. You'll be sitting in vintage cars with modern amenities, you can choose between climate controlled rail cars or open-air. You'll visit mountain towns such as McCaysville in Georgia and Copperhill in Tennessee.

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