Lookout Mountain, GA, USA

Lookout Mountain, GA, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 199 vacation rentals near Lookout Mountain. From 105 houses to 28 apartments, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Lookout Mountain for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Set your sights on scenic Lookout Mountain

Hugging the Georgia/Tennessee border just south of Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain offers some of the prettiest landscapes you'll find anywhere. Perched on a mountain of the same name, the cozy town draws visitors from far and wide due to its stunning natural landscapes. A Lookout Mountain vacation rental puts you on the doorstep of nearly any natural phenomenon you can imagine. Looking for one-of-a-kind rock formations or a glittering waterfall in a cave? They've got it. Strap on your hiking boots and immerse yourself in nature. Who know, you might even cross paths with a fairy along the way.

A hiker's paradise in otherworldly terrain

If you like to get up close and personal with nature, with some amazing views to boot, a Lookout Mountain vacation rental might just be the place for you. Ochs Gateway Trailhead winds through serene forests, while a Rock City hike takes you past impressive balanced rocks, towering waterfalls, and quaint gardens. Do prepare yourself for the swinging suspension bridge if you're afraid of heights. The Lula Lake Land Trust has over 6 miles of trails for running, biking, and hiking. Paddleboard through the trees and wild birds of Lookout Creek. In town, check out the festivals and holiday light shows.

Capture seven states in a single photograph

Perhaps the area's biggest attraction, Rock City has it all – a towering waterfall, a 200-foot suspension bridge, and the Seven States scenic point (yes, you can really see seven on a clear day). Try to spot some elves and gnomes at the quirky Fairyland Caverns while you're there. Wonder at the magic of Ruby Falls, the country's largest underground waterfall and deepest cave wrapped into one incredible sight. Round it all out with a thrilling ride up the Lookout Mountain Incline Railway, the steepest passenger railway in the world.

A break from the sweltering southern heat

Summers in Lookout Mountain are pleasant and warm, without the sultry heats you get in much of the south. High temps from June to August are typically in the 80s. Winters tend to be mild, though temperatures can dip down just below freezing from December to February, so remember to bring a jacket. Autumn is a popular time for Lookout Mountain vacation rentals, thanks in large part to the stunning fall foliage that turns the popular scenic views into a blanket of fiery colors, particularly in October and early November.

Unbelievable panoramas are in our nature

Thanks to its unique rock formations and towering outcrops, Lookout Mountain offers plenty of chances to look out on the forests and hills below. Sitting at 1,700 feet above sea level, it's no surprise you can see seven states from here. The landscape is impressively varied, from cascading waterfalls, to winding creeks, to deep caves like Ruby Falls, where it's always 59 degrees. Throughout it all you'll find miles and miles of trails that let you get up close and personal with nature and enjoy the fresh mountain air.