Plan Your Escape to Chickamauga Lake

Enjoy Our Lodge Amenities & Local Attractions

Featured Amenities

Free Outdoor Parking

Optional Secure, Private Garages*

Free WiFi

Complimentary Morning Coffee

Free Bicycle Rentals

Outdoor Grills

Ice Maker

Outdoor Water Access for Boat/Car Washing

Backup Generator Power

Views of Chickamauga Lake

* Indicates amenity requires additional cost

Experience Dayton Like a Local

Check Out Some of Our Favorite Restaurants, Attractions and Activities

Featured Restaurants

Dayton Boat Dock & Grill

Enjoy a freshly made breakfast, lunch or dinner at Dayton Boat Dock and Grill. The Boat Dock shop carries a variety of live bait and fishing supplies, so you can stock up for your day on the lake. Visit their Facebook page for up-to-date hours and information.

Screen Door Kitchen

Choose from a variety of unique and traditional southern dishes at Screen Door Kitchen. Owned by the Camp family, the restaurant operates out of their beautiful family home. Visit their website for hours and current menu offerings.

Jacob Myers Restaurant on the River

Order a classic burger or steak at Jacob Myers Restaurant on the River. Live music performances take place multiple nights of the week. Check out their website for a performance schedule and restaurant menu.

Banjo's BBQ

Enjoy wings, ribs, BBQ and more at Banjo’s BBQ. Owned and operated by an acclaimed BBQ pitmaster, the restaurant menu is inspired by decades of the owner’s food industry experience and extensive travel throughout the country. Visit their website for hours and menu offerings.

Featured Attractions

Chickamauga Lake

Whether you prefer bass fishing, recreational boating or swimming, Chickamauga Lake is the perfect place to enjoy the water. When you stay at PB Lodge, you have easy access to the Dayton Boat Dock ramp, so you can be out of bed and on the water in no time.

Rhea County Heritage & Scopes Trial Museum

Learn about the historic Scopes Trial of 1925 by exploring the Rhea County Heritage and Scopes Trial Museum. Recently renovated in 2018, the exhibition uses easy-to-read storyboards and interactive touch screens to educate visitors on the historical events that put Dayton, TN in the spotlight. Visit the museum’s website for current operating hours.

Cherokee Removal Memorial Park

Educate yourself on the Cherokee Removal and the “Trail of Tears” at Cherokee Removal Memorial Park. Located close by in Birchwood, TN, the park offers a memorial wall exhibit, a history wall exhibit and other exhibits for you to explore.

Bryan College

Explore the grounds of Bryan College. Originally founded in 1930, Bryan College is a Christian liberal arts college surrounded by Tennessee mountains. Learn more about visiting Bryan college by visiting their website.

Main Street Dayton

Stroll historic Main Street and explore local art and antique shops. Grab a coffee at Dayton Coffee Shop or end the day with a cold beer at Monkey Town Brewing Co. Learn more about shopping and dining opportunities on the Main Street Dayton website.

Ponds & Plants

Known as a botanical garden, zoo, playground and more, you can explore a little bit of everything at Ponds & Plants. They offer activities and hands-on workshops for both children and adults. Check out their website for a map and a schedule of upcoming events.

Silver Springs Vineyard

Sit back and relax with a glass of wine. Located approximately 35 minutes outside of Dayton in Riceville, TN, Silver Springs Vineyard offers wine tastings in their cozy tasting room. You can also enjoy wine by the glass or bottle in their on-site Greek Cafe. Their wine selection varies seasonally, so visit their website for up-to-date information about their offerings and operating hours.