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When you are looking at RV rentals in Dade County, you may want to make the Cloudland Canyon Campground at the Cloudland Canyon State Park your temporary home. Besides spectacular scenery, historic sites, and outdoor recreation opportunities, the campground offers picnic shelters with grills, a group lodge, and a gift shop. Other campground amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a dump station, and a comfort station.
The campsites at Cloudland Canyon Campground may be pull-through or back-in. Sites include water and electric hookups, picnic tables, and fire rings. Premium and standard campsites are available. Pets are welcome.
You will, of course, want to spend plenty of time exploring Cloudland Canyon State Park itself with your rental motorhome near the Cloudland Canyon Campground. This is one of Georgia’s largest and most scenic parks with caves, canyons, cliffs, creeks, waterfalls, woodlands, and wildlife. It is situated on the western edge of Lookout Mountain and includes the Five Points Recreation Area, the Cloudland Connector Trail, an 18-hole disc golf course, a fishing pond, bike rentals, picnic areas, a playground, and a gift shop and camp store. Other recreational opportunities include 64 miles of hiking trails, 30 miles of biking trails, 16 miles of horseback riding trails, climbing, caving, geocaching, and nature viewing and photography. A downloadable trail map is available. Wild cave tours are offered seasonally with permits and reservations required.
The Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park pays homage to the “death knell of the Confederacy” and is well worth a visit when you are Cloudland Canyon Campground camping near here. The park features a wide range of educational programming, including living history reenactments, guided and self-guided tours, interpretive exhibits, interactive activities, and ranger-led programming. The bookstores in the visitor centers offer park merchandise, books and other educational materials, games and toys, and much more. Outdoor recreational activities here include paddling and canoeing, hiking, biking, rock climbing, horseback riding, and picnicking.
The Little River Canyon National Preserve is a unique protected property in the southern Appalachians, and you can appreciate it with your Rising Fawn camper rental. The Little River Canyon and the Little River Falls are spectacular, and the preserve also features other waterfalls, canyons, bluffs, sandstone cliffs, and forested uplands. The park is home to a diverse range of plants and animals, including several threatened and endangered species. Recreational opportunities here include world-class whitewater paddling, swimming, climbing, fishing, hunting and trapping, and scenic drives. The Little River Canyon Center, in conjunction with Jacksonville State University, is staffed and offers an information desk, a movie, maps and brochures, restrooms, a picnic area, and a gift shop.
Cloudland Canyon State Park has plenty to keep you busy when you rent a camper near Trenton, GA. Besides exceptional outdoor recreation and campground hospitality, there is an interpretive center adjacent to the canyon so that you can learn more about the geology, history, and culture of the area. Special events that take place in the park every year include a Wildflower Program, an Adventure Weekend, a children’s Catfish Rodeo, concerts, nature hikes, and hayrides and other seasonal activities. There are also numerous ranger-led interpretive programs. The gift shop features park merchandise, educational toys and games, and gifts and souvenirs.
Chattanooga is not far from where you will be staying when you are camping at the Cloudland Canyon Campground. You won’t want to miss the chance to see what this southern city's all about. The arts scene is one of the top attractions, and it is also a historically and culturally significant city with plenty of museums and historic sites. Downtown offers food, drink, and retail therapy, as well as live music and other performance venues. Special events held here every year include the Riverbend Festival, the Chattanooga Film Festival, the Tennessee Whiskey Festival, and CultureFest. Make sure to check out the Chattanooga Visitors Bureau and the State of Tennessee’s Department of Tourist Development for the most up-to-date information on local attractions, events, and visitor guides.
There are a gift shop and grocery store with some snacks, treats, and supplies at the RV park, but when you want something more substantial, you’ll have plenty of choices nearby as the town caters to tourists and visitors. Choose from upscale steakhouses, family-friendly comfort food, barbecue, pizza, or familiar fast-casual chains. You will likewise have lots of choices when you need to fill up your tank as you can find either gasoline or diesel fuel easily at any of the local service stations, truck stops, or convenience stores.