Georgia, Where We've Been

Cloudland Canyon State Park

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Rock City Gardens

Rock City Gardens was a neat little spot made up of natural rock features and incorporated into a garden adventure/walking park. 

I’m actually not quite sure how to describe this place.

There were walkways with narrow slots in the rocks to walk through, outcroppings with views to see seven states at once, natural waterfalls, a fairyland garden inside a cave, and a swinging bridge running through the middle of it. How would you describe it?

It was unique, fun, and an adventure rolled into one.

Cloudland Canyon

While we were staying at Cloudland Canyon State Park, we hiked a few of the trails. We went down into the canyon and enjoyed the view of the waterfalls down below. 

This is Cherokee Falls. There were others, but they were further down and my legs were not having it this time around.


Cloudland Canyon State Park

Cloudland Canyon State Park Campground was surprisingly easy for our 40′ fifth wheel to navigate. We had our site switched on us on checkin and ended up in site 52. There was plenty of room in front of us to maneuver to back up into our site.

We were fairly close to the trails down into the canyon and to the rim. The kids were able to set up the hammock between a couple trees. There was a bathhouse on site just a few sites over. It had warm water and a double shower head. 

We had electric and water at our site. The dump station on the way out of the campground would have been too tight to get our rig in and out, so unfortunately we ended up using the dump tank and hauling it back and forth to dump at the end of the week.   

Starlink was intermittent due to the trees, but we were able to get 92 down / 14 up. We had 2 bar on the Verizon phones (60/6) and 5 bars with the cell antenna (88/8). AT&T was 2 bars with the cell antenna (25/0.7).