Dayton, TN attractions

DAYTON, TN ATTRACTIONS

There are many things to do in Dayton, TN with attractions of interest to the whole family. Here are just a few suggestions our guests enjoy visiting the most.

Things to Do

  • Fishing – Dayton TN is the NEW Bass Fishing Capitol fishdayton.com. Wanting to fish but not sure where to start? Seeking an edge on these waters? Ask about our Professional Fishing Guide, Capt. Billy Joe Wheat!
  • Swimming – Enjoy fun on Lake Chickamauga
  • Geocaching
  • Golf
  • Hiking

Area Events

    • April 8 – Spring Fling Arts and Crafts Fair
    • May 12-13 – TN Strawberry Festival
    • July 14-16 – Scopes Trial Play and Festival
    • September (Date TBD) – Farm to Table Dinner
    • September 2 – Fish the Chick
    • October 27-28 – PumpkinFest
    • November 9 – Holiday Stroll
    • December 2 – Christmas at the Courthouse and Horse and Carriage Parade

*PLEASE NOTE: For the latest information, visit www.mainstreetdayton.org

Local Resources

  • Nearby Restaurants
  • Nearby Shops – While we are out in the country where it’s quiet, Wal-Mart, Lowe’s and nice restaurants are only 10 minutes away. You can view a Google map of our Dayton RV Park location. Directions

Blue Water Resort Events

August 21, 2017 – Total Solar Eclipse: Reserve your accommodations now by calling Barron at 423-775-3265.

October 5-8, 2017 – Wild Heart Adventure: Join a gathering of great guys on a wild adventure with the occasional cigar, glass of red wine, and some conversations about the big issues of life.

Stay tuned for upcoming events!

Calendar of Events

    • April 8 – Spring Fling Arts and Crafts Fair
    • April 16 – Easter Sunday
    • May 3-6 – COSTA FLW Series Tournament
    • May 12-13 – TN Strawberry Festival
    • May 13 – Chattanooga Bass Association and NW Ga High School Classic
    • May 20-21 – Bass Pro Shops Big Bass Tour
    • May 29 – Memorial Day
    • June 10-11 – Sealy Big Bass Tour
    • June 17 – Chattanooga Bass Association
    • July 1-20 – USA Bassin’
    • July 1-4 – July 4th Weekend
    • July 14-16 – Scopes Trial Play and Festival
    • August 21 – Total Solar Eclipse in Dayton TN
    • September (Date TBD) – Farm to Table Dinner
    • September 2 – Fish the Chick
    • September 1-4 – Labor Day Weekend
    • September 9-10 – ABA Area 1 Championship
    • September 23-24 – ABA Team 2 Day Tournament
    • September 28-29 – Senior Bass Tournament
    • September 30 – Morristown Marine
    • October 3-7 – Fishers of Men District Championship
    • October 7-8 – Rhea Alliance Scholarship Bass Tournament
    • October 14-15 – Heartland Anglers Classic
    • October 21 – Annual Bryan College Tournament
    • October 27-28 – PumpkinFest
    • November 9 – Holiday Stroll
    • December 2 – Christmas at the Courthouse and Horse and Carriage Parade

*PLEASE NOTE: Tournament and event dates are subject to change. For the latest information, visit www.mainstreetdayton.org and www.fishdayton.com

Read about Ponds & Plants, a Dayton business that is “part pet store, part zoo, part playground, part wildlife refuge and part sculpture garden”.
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TESTIMONIALS

We recently stayed at Bluewater Campground for about ten days and absolutely loved it. I had arranged ahead of time with the Campground Manager that twelve motorhomes would be in my group! We also wanted to be together in a group since some are handicapped. Everything was perfect! The views, hospitality, all the ammenities were great! Treat your self and try this little piece of Paridise tucked away in a wonderful little town! Tell them Muffin sent you!

Brilorna on TripAdvisor

This is a great place to stage your motorcycle tour of the Trail of Tears, Fall Creek Falls, Tale of the Dragon, Cherohala Skyway and the Smoky Mountain area. Clean, quiet, and convenient. Dayton, TN is a nice little town with a lot of historical significance, some good restaurants, antique and gift stores without typical tourist traps. Pretty and scenic!

- Lois Eltz

One of the nicest campgrounds we've had the pleasure of staying in the last three years. Everything about this place is nice from the grounds, restrooms and laundry, to the great people that own and run this place. Can't say enough good things about staying here. That said, the road leading to the campground is tad intimidating, but once you're here you'll be glad you made the choice. As an aside, the fishing is excellent as well.

- David Corbett