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Surrounded by the Chattahoochee National Forest, James H. Floyd State Park is a haven for anglers, hikers, and campers. The state park is located just outside of Summerville, GA, and half an hour away from Rome. Even though it is among Georgia’s smallest state parks, this place stands out with its remoteness and untouched nature. The changing terrain and the nearby Taylor Ridge create recreational opportunities for visitors of all ages.

The 561-acre state park was named after James H. Floyd, a Democrat who served in the Georgia House of Representatives. He grew up in the area, and the locals wanted to honor him. Whether you are an avid hiker, you love birdwatching, or you just want to spend a day fishing, you will have plenty of things to do at James H. Floyd State Park. Look for RV rentals in Chattooga County and start exploring this beautiful place.

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Getting Outdoors

Hiking is incredibly popular among visitors who go RV camping at James H. Floyd State Park. One of the reasons for that is easy access to the famous Pinhoti Trail. It is just 1.6 miles away from the camp. If you are not in the mood for exploring the Southern Appalachian Mountains, you still have three miles of trails within the state park. It passes over rolling hills and through dense forests. Dozens of different songbirds reside in these woods, so if you like birdwatching, you could have a really fun time during the hike.

This state park features two 51-acre lakes that are frequented by kayakers and canoers. A large boardwalk runs right next to the water, and anglers can often be seen on the piers. Campers who just want to sit back and relax during their stay at the park could spend their time in a nearby picnic area. It is well-maintained, with four picnic shelters and grills. Younger campers enjoy using the playground or hanging out near the lakes, feeding the ducks.

Camping at James H. Floyd State Park

James H. Floyd State Park campground welcomes visitors all year round. The campground is surrounded by tree-covered hills, and there is plenty of shade during long summer days. It has 25 sites that can accommodate RVs and long vehicles. This place features amenities that will make your motorhome camping trip very delightful. Campers will have access to showers, restrooms, playgrounds, picnic areas, and a dump station.

The campground offers water and electric hookups at all sites. There is also a laundry area that could be useful if you wish to stay here for several days. Since the campground is right next to the lakes, there are two boat ramps reserved for visitors only. You may also rent a kayak or canoe here. Considering the limited number of sites, potential campers should make a reservation in advance, especially if they are planning to visit at the peak of the season. Reservations are available both online and via phone.

Exploring the Area

Rome is a beautiful little city with plenty of things to offer to its visitors. It is famous for rare trees that grow all around the downtown area and in public parks. Tourists often go on tours just to see the magnificent tree species and get to know this place better. Speaking of parks, did you know that Rome has a labyrinth? What started as an old amphitheater is now the favorite place for kids to play. A group of volunteers created a small labyrinth by using a total of 5,490 bricks. If you are camping at James H. Floyd State Park with your family, this unusual place is worth a visit.

The city is known for its interesting museums. The most visited ones are the Rome Area History Museum and the Clock Tower. The Rome Area History Museum focuses on the development of the city, starting with Native Americans who once lived on this land, to the founding of Rome, the Civil War, and modern times. Standing on one of seven hills, the Clock Tower is the symbol of Rome. This tower was once used for water supply, and it became a museum in 1995. The inside of the Clock Tower is decorated with large murals painted by a local artist named Chuck Smultz. They tell a story of Rome through centuries.

The downtown area and Broad Street is the place to be when you want to try some local delicacies. The street is lined with diners, restaurants, and shops selling various curiosities. Broad Street often smells like sweets, thanks to a couple of bakeries located there. Both visitors and locals are very keen on desserts, namely the mouthwatering cupcakes they could purchase in Rome.

When you feel it is time to continue your Georgia adventure, make a stop at one of several gas stations within the city limits. Take your rental RV southeast down the I-75 to Atlanta, the capital of the state, and enjoy the outdoors there.

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