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Cloudland Canyon State Park has been hailed as one of the most scenic parks in Georgia. This 3,500-acre expanse is located on the western side of Lookout Mountain and encompasses dense woodlands, waterfalls, sandstone cliffs, and stunning canyons.
Book an RV in Dade County, Georgia and stay a while at Cloudland Canyon. Chattanooga, Tennessee is only about a 40-minute drive northeast, making the park a convenient stopover for visitors looking to explore all the big city has to offer. Huntsville, Alabama is also about a two-hour drive from Cloudland Canyon.
Biking through Cloudland Canyon State Park is an excellent way to see the spectacular scenery and cascading waterfalls. Test your endurance on over 30 miles of biking trails throughout the park. Be sure to bring your bike along when RV camping at Cloudland Canyon State Park, or rent a bike and helmet from the visitors' center. Georgia state law requires all bike riders 15 years old and younger to wear helmets.
Hiking the trails at Cloudland Canyon State Park is a great way to see the park's abundant wildlife. A short, paved trail leads from the parking lot to an overlook and is easy for strollers and wheelchairs to traverse. While hiking the park's 64-mile trail network, take time to visit Cloudland Canyon's two waterfalls. The steep, two-mile hike to Cherokee Falls and Hemlock Falls is strenuous, but hikers are rewarded with stunning views of the cascades and a serene place to rest.
Another popular activity at Cloudland Canyon State Park is disc golf. The 18-hole disc golf course is a great way for Cloudland Canyon State Park campers to host their very own tournament with friends and fellow campers. Additional fees apply to access the disc golf course. Other popular outdoor activities at Cloudland Canyon State Park include fishing, caving (for experienced cavers only), horseback riding, and picnicking.
State park RV campgrounds are a great place to pull in and unwind for the weekend, and Cloudland Canyon State Park is no exception. The park's campground offers more than 70 campsites with electric and water hookups. Premium campsites provide sewer hookups as well. Vehicles up to 50 feet long are well-accommodated here with modern restroom facilities within easy walking distance. Additional amenities include showers, a dump station, and laundry facilities. Alternatively, guests can choose to stay in one of Cloudland Canyon's yurts or cabins.
Camping with an RV is an exhilarating adventure, but on the off chance that Cloudland Canyon State Park's campground is full, Lookout Mountain/Chattanooga West KOA is only about 30 minutes away. This campground offers several activities for campers to enjoy when they're not exploring the surrounding area, including swimming, hiking, and outdoor games. Full RV hookups and Wi-Fi are available, as well as cable TV, propane, and firewood.
Alternatively, you can stay in Fort Payne, Alabama at Will’s Creek RV Park, about a 45-minute drive south of Cloudland Canyon State Park. This RV park offers all the creature comforts motorhome campers could need or want, including full hookups, cable TV, and Wi-Fi. Modern restrooms with showers and coin-operated laundry facilities are also available on-site.
While you're camping at Cloudland Canyon State Park, take some time to visit the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga. The aquarium is housed in two buildings, and visitors get to follow the water as it cascades down the mountains and into the sea. You'll have up-close experiences with native turtles, mammals, and amphibians, making this excursion a treat for kids and adults alike.
The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is another must-see for visitors. Take a short day trip on the Missionary Ridge Local train. You'll depart from the Grand Junction depot and cross over one of the tallest bridges in the state. Then, you'll travel through a tunnel that will take you to the museum founded by the National Railway Historical Society in 1960. You can stroll through the museum to learn about the significance of the railroad in Chattanooga and the surrounding communities.
Stop in at the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park in Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, just over a half-hour from Cloudland Canyon State Park. This is the site of two major battles Civil War battles: the Battle of Chickamauga and the Chattanooga Campaign. The park houses national monuments and a museum for history buffs to enjoy.
When your camping trip at Cloudland Canyon State Park has come to an end, stop in nearby Trenton to restock and refuel your rental RV before continuing your Georgia road trip along I-59.