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Homer II will be missed. Many memories... Adventure Journal
Entry Date: April 2013
We'd spent the first few days of our 2013 Spring Break at Desoto State Park near Fort Payne, Alabama. We love Desoto, but have an equal passion for Chester Frost Park in Hixson, Tennessee (Near Chattanooga). So, we packed everything up and headed north.

Chester Frost is located on Lake Chickamauga along the banks of the Tennessee River, and Unfortunately, despite record rainfall over the last few months, the lake level was low. That didn't dampen our spirits, we just had to cast a little farther than usual. The biggest negative is that when the levels are this low, Dallas Bay (the body of water surrounding the island we like to camp on) is dangerously plagued by obstacles, mostly stumps. That little factor limits boating activities.

there is a positive aspect to lake levels being low, and that's the fact that rockhounding is at its best. On this particular stay, we hiked to the back side of the island/peninsula and walked along the shoreline. We found an incredible collection of shells, fossils, agates, quartz, chert, and a geode or two. The rocky shoreline was secluded and looked like a great place for a picnic.

During our stay, the kids enjoyed riding their bikes, frequenting the playground, and various other outdoor activities. We played Frisbee quite a lot. As always, fishing was popular, but yielded few results.

One of the things the kids love most about Chester Frost is its proximity to Chattanooga. That means things like bowling, movie theaters, a zoo, Ruby Falls, Rock City, the Chattanooga Choo Choo, the Tennessee Aquarium, and dozens of great eating establishments are nearby. On this particular trip, the children discovered sushi. Not the hard-core stuff, but mostly of the veggie variety. They liked it!

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