Sasquatch Farm offers over 120 acres of natural habitat to hike, jog, or bike through.
Owner will entertain offers with Owner Financing as low as 30% down. Take a look at this amazing property!
The property boasts waterfalls, creeks, wildlife, and vast open skies, located on top of a mountain with beautiful valley overlooks.
Sasquatch Farm is just 40 miles west of Chattanooga, and easily accessible from I-59 and Hwy 156. Enjoy 52 generously-sized RV sites – many large enough to accommodate toy haulers – as well as a number of secluded tent camping sites.
From generously-sized RV sites – some large enough to accommodate toy-haulers – to primitive, tucked-away tent sites, you’ll find the ideal spot to camp in the style that suits you best. Plenty of room to park your vehicle, horse and atv trailer too. Just you, the birds, and the trees in this remote, idyllic mountain-top playground.
South Pittsburg is situated in the southwestern Sequatchie Valley between the South Cumberland Mountains on the west and the Tennessee River (Guntersville Lake) on the east. Two steep ridges— Whitacre Point on the north and Lodge Point on the south— extend outward from the Plateau to “wall in” the main portion of the city on the north, west, and south. The Richard City area lies opposite Lodge Point to the south, and the Battle Creek area lies opposite Whitacre Point to the north. Cedar Avenue (US-72) in South Pittsburg
The city’s municipal boundaries stretch southward to the Tennessee-Alabama state line. Kimball borders South Pittsburg to the north, and New Hope lies across the river to the east. Chattanooga is located approximately 25 miles (40 km) to the east.
U.S. Route 72 passes north-to-south through South Pittsburg, connecting the city with Jasper to the north and Bridgeport, Alabama, to the south. Tennessee State Route 156, which crosses the river via the Shelby Reinhart Bridge (Know by locals as “The Blue Bridge), connects the city with New Hope and Haletown to the east, and the Sewanee and Monteagle areas atop the Plateau to the west. Interstate 24 passes through Kimball, just north of South Pittsburg. (info from southpittsburgtn.org)
What is there to do in South Pittsburg, Tennessee?
South Pittsburg, Tennessee offers various recreational activities including visiting the Lodge Cast Iron Factory Store, exploring the nearby Fiery Gizzard Trail and Foster Falls, fishing at Nickajack Lake or Lake Guntersville, and strolling through the historic downtown.