2019 Dutchmen Coleman
2019 Dutchmen Coleman
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Lake Allatoona is a 12,010-acre manmade lake in Northwestern Georgia near the town of Acworth and lies approximately 23 miles away from Cartersville. Lake Allatoona was created in 1946 by damning the Etowah River, making it one of the oldest Corps of Engineers Lakes.
Lake Allatoona has 270 miles of shorelines extending to Bartow, Cobb, and Cherokee counties. The lake is also home to seven islands. Lake Allatoona isn’t just perfect for exploring the islands there is so much more to see and do in this pretty lake. Book a motorhome rental in Cobb County and head out to enjoy fishing, boating, hiking, and hunting.
Lake Allatoona has options for every person who visits to have fun. Whether you are interested in water sports or land activities, Lake Allatoona is sure to help recharge your outdoor spirit. No matter the season you visit Lake Allatoona, fishing should be on top of the list of things to do. Spend an afternoon outdoors fishing for striped bass, largemouth bass and spotted bass. Fishermen also enjoy angling for crappie, carp and flathead catfish.
With over a dozen boat ramps and eight marinas, there is enough space for everyone to enjoy boating. Boating is always fun and a great way to explore the islands and get an up-close view of Lake Allatoona aquatic life and surrounding scenery.
When you want to stay out of the water, hiking is a wonderful way to enjoy nature. There is a fine mix of lengthy and easy trail, so regardless of your hiking ability, you will find a trail that is suitable for you. Iron Hill Trail and Homestead Trail are the most popular trails.
Sitting on the northeastern shores of Lake Allatoona, the nearly 7,000 acres Allatoona Wildlife Management Area is a popular hunting spot. Visitors with valid Georgia hunting license can enjoy hunting for waterfowl, deer, turkey, and bear.
Should you prefer to stay closer to Lake Allatoona, there are seven campgrounds managed by the Army Corps of Engineers on the lake shorelines. They include McCaskey Creek Campground, Victoria Campground, Payne Campground, and Upper Stamp Creek Campground. Whether you are bringing a motorhome rental or pitching a tent, you will find a site with all the amenities you’ll need during your camping stay. Amenities offered include water and electric hookups, showers, bathrooms, laundry facilities, picnic tables, grills, sanitary dump stations.
For the adventurous campers, Red Top Mountain State Park allows tents and RV rentals. Located on Lake Allatoona, this park features electric and water hookups. Other amenities include a dump station, laundry facilities, restrooms, and showers.
For KOA fans, Cartersville/Cassville–White KOA is not too far away. Full hookups are available for your travel trailer rental, and amenities include laundry facilities, a dump station, and showers.
When you are planning to explore the region beyond Lake Allatoona, consider renting a motorhome in Cartersville. Whether you are looking for zoos, theme parks, golf courses, or gardens, this area has great opportunities for your family to have an awesome day in the outdoors.
No matter the time of year you rent an RV in Cartersville, there is always something to keep you engaged. If you are interested in history, Etowah Indian Mound Historic Site is worth checking out. Spreading over 54 acres, this is home to six mounds. For the physically fit, climbing the gigantic mounds is a rewarding experience. To learn more about the history of the mounds, visit the on-site museum.
Atlanta, which is 40 miles away, is a beehive of attractions and should not be missed during your RV rental vacation. For visitors traveling with kids, there are plenty of attractions to explore in this city, including Zoo Atlanta. This zoo plays host to animals such as giant pandas, lions, tigers, gorillas, komodo dragons, giraffes, and elephants.
Another family-friendly attraction to visit with your motorhome rental in Atlanta is the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Comprising of 30 acres, Atlanta Botanical Garden features both indoor and outdoor gardens. Japanese Garden and Rose Garden are the most popular gardens. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll through the gardens as they observe the flowers, sculptures, and fountains. For an eagle's eye view of this magnificent garden, don’t miss the Kendeda Canopy Walk. Fuqua Orchid Center is another nice attraction within the gardens.
Complete your RV rental vacation with a visit to Six Flags Over Georgia. Resting on nearly 300 acres, this is a combination of a theme park and a water park. Located in Austell, Six Flags Over Georgia has enough activities to keep everyone busy. There are several outdoor activities to enjoy, including water rides, roller coasters, and thrilling rides.