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Right now the business receives a rating of 4.8 stars out of 5 and this rating was based on 2371 reviews.
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This Tourist Attraction is classified in the category of State park.
We stayed in the yurt village this weekend. The volunteers and staff who maintain the village do such an excellent job that I'm already planning our next trip. The yurts are wonderfully maintained, community bathrooms are very clean, trash is always picked up. Wonderful experience that adds to the joy of visiting the park.
Beautiful park. Lots to see and do. My husband and I got married there in 1999 and we are still holding on strong. Also they have a disc golf course ❤️
Great hiking but not for the faint of heart. Spectacular views above and in the Canyon. Comfortable camping at walk-in campsites.
Beautiful natural area with plenty to do over a span of days. Campground is well kept and the facilities are clean.
It looks like a nice place, but they had no open sites. When I tried to make reservations last week there were a number of sites available, but because each of them was only available for one night, we couldn't make reservations because it wouldn't meet the 2 night minimum requirement... sad, but that's the breaks... we ended up at a nice little KOA in Trenton, GA. Really nice people, we just prefer more space...
Beautiful views, well marked trails. Get ready for a lot of stairs to see the waterfalls. I would definitely come back in the fall when the leaves start changing.
Amazing Location..science drive and breath taking view .. Foggy morning walk was the best experience. Trail is pretty good work out. We have rented Group Lodge for the first time..but it was the best experience.. It was very comfortable.. Men and women restrooms inside.. 4 washroom and 4 bathroom each. Make so much sense in group setting.. Everyone was well engaged from age 2 to age 72.. huge space for the group. We will come back again.
Awesome place to bring the whole family.. Nice cabins lots of camping spaces for RV's or tents and plenty of hiking trails for the beginner or more advanced.. Pet friendly as well ... And make sure to check out the beautiful waterfalls...
Absolutely beautiful location, the canyon brought tears to my eyes. I recommend Cherokee Falls it's easy to get to and by far the most tranquil. Be ready to walk and climb it's a lot of steps but worth it.
Amazing place! Best $5 dollars spent! Spent here half of the day. We walked the waterfalls trail and it was a blast! Tons of great pictures, and memories!
We stayed at the west rim campsite. Always clean bathrooms and relaxing campsite. I love the hiking oportunities, disnt get a chance to play disc golf but hopefully next time.
I love the place, there are good overlooks, there are bath houses, trails, and overall it is awesome. I agree with the 4.8 star rating. It should have a 5 star rating.
The park was great ,lots of hiking trails. The staff was very helpful and friendly, bathhouse were a little dated but clean. I would have given this park a 5 but they have a issue with voltage drops, especially on the weekends. It would drop down as low as 97 101 causing our EMS to disconnect the power to our rig. Otherwise it was a great visit
Fantastic family outing place. Lots of varied hiking trails. Waterfalls are amazing, we had no idea such large and beautiful waterfalls were in Georgia! Lots of swimmers in the plunge pools below the waterfalls. But be careful...saw a water moccasin in one of them!!!
Had a great time with our family. The water falls trail was nice. Start training now if you plan to carry a kid on your back!!
I play the Disc golf course every week. Whoever mows that park deserves a raise. The maintenance is excellent!
Have always enjoyed this place, been going there for years. Plan a full day as there is lots to do.
We did the overlook and waterfall trails and had a great time. There was a great waterfall that had a pool in front of it where people were swimming, which signs said was a no no. The water is really murky, but the breeze was great on a hot, sticky day. Word to the wise, the Hemlock falls, I believe it was, had hundreds of stairs on its path which can be a killer.
It was awesome! First time camping and it was blast, all the trails are well maintained, the rangers were awesome and helped out when we couldn't get out power working and there were lots of geocaches to snatch. Over all the views were breath taking and seeing the fog leave the canyon as the sun got hotter was really cool. Would definitely recommend to all my family and friends
Amazing views. Great hikes. Beautiful spaces to camp at. This is one of those getaway spaces you can enjoy nature and are not do far away from the city. Plenty of activities in the area. Its even close to a Walmart. Great for family events. The waterfall is the highlight great swimming area..
This place is absolutely amazing. The views at the top are just breathtaking, and there are a few trails. Be warned, try to go down the the waterfalls, and you're in for a bit of an upward hike. Go even further down the gulch trail for all kinds of beautiful nature. If you're physically for enough for such an adventure, I highly recommend it.
This a great State Park. Very Clean. We stayed in a yurt. It was great. I highly recommend
Awesome, amazing...stumbled across this gem. Spectacular views, Campground pristine. Will come back to stay in cabins or camp, for sure
This is a magical place. Amazing waterfalls, overlooks, hiking trails, and campsites. This is a great spot for day trips and for long weekends.
A lot of great hiking and viewing areas. Beautiful in the fall.
Beautiful place and great camping experience we will be back to take over the Yurt circle!
Awesome cabins, very affordable! Trails are beautiful and the quiet is so nice.
My family and I enjoy camping throughout the southeast and this is one of the more unique places we have camped, nice amenities, amazing views and hiking trails, it is also a nice place to us as home base to visit Chattanooga. Why go see rock city when you can camp in a place as breathtaking! For RV campers I will say as with many GA state parks we have staid at their are no full hookups, eccentric and water only. But the campground is one of the nicest we have staid at in GA.
The restaurant, the service was great ! As for the menu and the quality of the dishes that are prepared and presented in ( how can I say ?) Absolutely FABULOUS !!!! The quality of they're meats, poultry,fish and seafood are EXTREMELY EPIC I ABLE. This was our first time there for my son's college graduation. I haven't had such a Delicious meal and experience since I lived in Chicago. I will definitely recommend this WONDERFUL establishment. And will definitely RETURN.!! Thank you for making this event and evening so SPECIAL.
We stumbled across Cloudland Canyon during our RV adventure. We had no reservation and had a late check-in the hosts were very helpful and nice. We stayed on the West side. Absolutely beautiful we had a blast. I would want to stay on the East side if we ever get a chance to visit again. The hike was fun,,places for kids to swim and 2 waterfalls to look at and breathtaking views.
This place was an amazing find. Definitely worth the 8 hour drive from Orlando FL. There is easy parking but be careful there is a 5 dollar per car fee and it's easy to miss. The hiking was good more on the moderate side
We camp here a couple of times a year and thoroughly enjoy it every time. We usually camp in the West Rim campground in our fifth wheel. Every campsite is shaded. The road around the campground is a bit narrow and there are elevation changes so don't get in a hurry. The sites themselves are fairly level because they almost all have retaining walls around them. The campsites are really well done. They don't have sewer hookups, but they have water and many of the electric hookups (if not all), have two 30-Amp connections and a 60-Amp and 30-Amp breaker. The hike into the canyon to the waterfalls has many stairs and a large elevation change, but is worth doing. We also enjoy hiking around the rim around sunset or dawn. We also enjoy driving around the area. There are some twisty roads with good views if that's your thing. We also have dinner at Canyon Grill which is located outside the park about a mile away.
Beautiful, huge park, nice for camping. We saw deer frequently. Very nice camp store. Bathrooms are very old but mostly clean. There are 2 waterfalls but only accessible on foot; too much unless you're very healthy. There are some gorgeous views of the canyon.
Very cool park. We hiked to the waterfalls which are both very beautiful. Be warned there are a lot of stairs, and sections are sometimes wet and slippery. Our children were able to do the hike to Cherokee and Hemlock Falls but were tired going back up.
Beautiful park!! I have been wanting to visit here for a long time and it certainly didn't disappoint. Breathtaking views from the West rim canyon trail. Fabulous overlook trail with equally awesome views. Sittons Gulch is an awesome hike down into the canyon and runs along Daniel Creek and is a must see!! The waterfall trail offers you stunning views of Hemlock Falls and Cherokee Falls. The only thing I didn't like much was all the stairs. I believe there are a total of 600. Despite the stairs it was a wonderful trip and can't wait to visit again. The campground is very nice, well maintained , clean and most importantly quiet. We really enjoyed staying here. Rangers and staff are very friendly and the visitors center sells s bit of everything . Firewood and ice is also available for sale at the visitors center.
Excellent Park with a nice quiet campground. Had a great family camping trip. Hosts were very friendly bath houses dated but clean, everything worked. Hiking trails were great and the views were incredible. Only downside is camp sites don't have sewer hookups and the dump station is over a mile and a half away. If the dump station was on the campsite loop or there were hookups at the site it would be 5 stars
Beautiful camping area. We were blown off because we came in late looking for a spot...on the east rim. Drove over to the west rim and found the host Alex!!! Awesome individual! Fixed us right up. Said there were plenty of empty spots. It seems like half the staff love it and half hate it. We did stay for free! We were late check in, so the off ice was closed. Alex told us the office opened at 8 am and we could go settle up in the morning. Well 8 am come and went!!! 8:15 office still closed. We had a schedule to keep.
The waterfall can look very different based on the time of the year. The yurts are about $100 a night. Not a bad vacation.
Definitely worth a visit. The waterfalls alone warrant exploration, as you will find their magnificence nearly overwhelming. Be prepared for a lot of stairs to visit the falls: easy to descend, a bit more of a challenge to return to the top. Cloudland Canyon is certainly among the prettiest state parks in Georgia.
Beautiful park. Clean. Friendly staff and rangers. Free to visit, $5 parking. Gorgeous overlook, trails and falls. Perfect site for photography sessions, especially in the fall! Highly recommended for visoting with the family. We've never stayed overnight to camp, but the accommodations look worthwhile.
Beautiful hike. There are different routes, only one leads to the best waterfall
Beautiful place. There are 2 waterfalls. It is a little rougher hike so be sure bring lots of water!! The views are breathtaking. The park rangers were all very helpful. It is a perfect spot also for a picnic under one of the many covered patios (some include grills). Lots of space available for camping too. You can bring a tent, RV or rent a cabin!
My kids and I visited Cloudland for the first time together. Took a hike for a birthday fun time. We didn't do any research. Drove up and picked a trail in front of us. It's a beautiful place. The scenery ...the rocks! The flowers were in bloom. We spent about an hour there. We plan to come back.
Good Trails, great views. The waterfalls are good too. One of the better natural places I have been to in the US. The hike os not bad at all. Even my 2.5yr old did the hike to Hamlock falls without much fuss. It is a Nice place to spend a day eating, grilling and hiking. Recommend a visit.
What an amazing park! Reminds me of trips with my whole family as a child. A must visit. BUT... Be sure to come in the rainy season to catch the falls at their fullest. It's still pleasant in the late winter... Layer up for the hike down the canyon. Bring lots of water, and a good snack. With it being the rainy season, weather proof boots with good grip will help with any remaining ice and the muck! It is absolutely breathtaking to behold and worth every stair!
We camped here a few weeks ago and what a beautiful place. We stayed at the west rim. This is the nicest camp ground in the world lol. We will be going back in a couple of weeks. I should take back one star for the lack of gravel on the roads in the west rim. I complained about the drop offs on the edges of the roads. It can be really bad if your tires go off the edge. Ron and Dan came and put down some gravel for me. I was nervous about. Ron is head of maintenance ,and also helped me navigate out of my spot ,number 47. This was a pull through . Ron and Dan can fix the roads if they had more funding. The state park needs more money to fix the roads in the west rim,so let's not blame Ron or Dan let's blame who's in charge of the park. GIVE MAINTENANCE MORE FUNDING TO FIX THE ROADS IN WEST RIM!!!
Enjoyed our visit to this state park. Many different trails to hike. We went with the purpose of hunting a waterfall. Asked the attendant on way in and she did not inform us that it was dried up due to the lack of rain. 600 man made steps to see nothing :-( Did see a lot of wildlife :-)
A most beautiful park with breathtaking views. I attended my nephew's wedding which was held outside. Reception area and cabins are extraordinary. Everyone felt right at home and enjoyed being outside in all the beauty.
Even on a rainy spring day we had a wonderful camping experience! The park employees were very helpful and friendly and the campground host greeted us as we were parking! We were in the East Rim campground which is very near the walking paths to the falls lookout. Rugged and beautiful cascading falls and an easy walk to see them. The trail is well maintained but the natural rock lookouts are a little tricky. Definitely worth the ride up the mountain!
Awesome place. If u wanna see everything be ready to spend the whole day over there. It's gonna be worth your time
We camp here for the weekend. The hike to the falls is a good work out especially going back up. The waterfalls are beautiful and worth every sweat. Its not crowded during weekdays. Love to camp out again this fall.The staff are friendly. The rangers are helpful as well as the host of the camp ground. Trails are marked. The steps going down to the waterfalls i think is more than seven hundred. All in all we did enjoy our stay here.
This is such a beautiful place. The boulders, rock formations are breathtaking. There has been a drought this year so the waterfalls were barely dripping, but the areas were still astonishing. And yes, there are 600 stair steps down to the Falls! West Rim Loop trail features amazing vistas, as does the Overlook Trail. There are clean restrooms at each parking location, and the rangers are very helpful.
What an experience! Our cabin was perfect and we'll priced. There are also some really good restaurants near the park. Really enjoyed all of the trails I took and beautiful views. Just make sure you book in advance because it's hard to get a spot here. They do have, I believe 2, dog friendly cabins.
Always a great sight when the waterfalls are flowing. West Rim trail offers stunning views of the canyon. The water fall trails are strenuous and involve A LOT of stairs. A LOT of stairs.
Great place to camp! So scenic, waterfalls to hike to and hiking trails of all skill levels. Definitely will be back.
Can't thank Brad Gibson and his staff enough for a very pleasurable Memorial Day Weekend in Cloudland Canyon State Park. Property in great repair, clean, and particularly spacious sites on the Western Rim Campground. Grand Kids and I have traveled every year for the Holiday in GA, FL, SC, and it looks like Cloudland is getting high marks. Hope we can do it again. Thanks again to all.
Had a lot of fun playing disc golf today. 18 hole, Par 3. Challenging basket placement. No water, but lots of trees and some elevation changes.
Great trails and views. Dry do no water for waterfall but still cool walk. Long trek up 600+ stairs
We had a great overnight trip. Late check-in was super easy, even without prior arrangements. There were severe thunderstorms all night, but our yurt was cozy and dry. In the morning, the waterfalls were powerful and impressive! We did the waterfall trail (me at 13 weeks pregnant and my husband carrying our 1-year-old). The stairs were tough but totally doable, even in a light rain.The only slight disappointment is that the interpretive center was closed (around 10 on Good Friday). We decided not to tackle anything else in the rain but definitely enjoyed our quick trip to Cloudland Canyon.
We stayed in one of the cabins at cloudland canyon over labor day weekend. The cabin was clean & well stocked except for a cutting board and frying pan. The staff dropped off what we needed the next day. Plenty of hikes to choose from. The trails are well maintained. Be prepared to climb a LOT of steps on your way to see the two water falls below the west rim. A great experience overall
Really pretty sights! Make sure to stretch before some of the trails though unless you're used to it. I am not and therefore was exhausted! The waterfalls are nice though, and love all the overlooks. Also there is a place to park and camp, a playground, and a visitor's center. Really enjoyed our time there!
My 4yr old did his first hike here recently and nailed it. It was my first time as well. We had a picnic and then enjoyed the trek to the waterfalls. It's a pretty strenuous hike especially on the way back, with so may stairs, so you have been warned. But a little dude did it.
Very reasonable $5 entry fee per vehicle. The waterfalls are gorgeous. We saw 4 while I was there. One of the waterfalls is pretty easy to get to. (not many stairs) The second one is a bit bigger and you can walk behind it, but its a looooong set of stairs to get there. If you hike all the way to the bottom of the canyon you can see the 2 baby waterfalls. From the very bottom it is 580 stairs back up the canyon, so make sure you bring lots of water and PACE YOURSELF!
The trails down to the falls were well maintained and very enjoyable. We stayed in the cabins for several nights. When we first arrived, the floor was covered in centipedes (~30-40). We ran the vacuum to clean them up, and didn't have much of a problem after that. But it seemed like the cabin hadn't been tended to in about a week based on the amount of bugs when we arrived.
Beautiful park with great amenities! We really enjoyed the waterfall trail, although the stairs are real killers. The many benches along the way are a lifesaver.
Very good state park. There is an entrance fee of $5 for cars, worth it. Nice scenic spots and good walk to falls. I would definitely recommend for family to make a visit.
Great place for hiking, camping, or really anything nature related. Had the privilege of running into a park ranger before our hike and he was as friendly as could be. I will caution you.... This place gets busy fast get in early for the best parking and experience.
What a beautiful place! Loved the waterfalls - both of them. Wish the weather would have cooperated more (it was rainy), but we made the best of it! Cabin we stayed in was nice and clean. Fully stocked kitchen and it was comfortable furnishings. Wood stove in the LR was used and made for a toasty evening. It also had a wraparound closed-in deck - would have used it for sure if not too cold. A nice touch - board games were provided as well. If you want to hike to waterfalls, its a short one, but be prepared to walk back up 600 steps!
I have hiked in this beautiful park at least four times, and it never disappoints. This trip, we descended to Cherokee and Hemlock Falls, lovely after the recent rains. Then we did the western rim loop, getting soaked by an afternoon downpour the last hour of our hike. Lots of scenery, various degrees of difficulty of trails, and facilities for cooking, eating and camping. Great park!
My husband and I visited Cloudland Canyon Park during a road trip we took a couple weeks ago. It's absolutely beautiful. We plan to go back this fall when the water falls are in full swing. This was our early anniversary get-a-way. Maried 32 years and counting, November 21st
Nice place for a hike. I also found out that they have a disk golf course. I didn't have time to play but will check out the course next time.
One of the most beautiful places I have seen. The canyon and waterfalls are incredible. The hiking trails are well maintained and very scenic.
One of my all time favorite places to hike. The waterfalls hike isn't super long, though it's a ton of stairs. Beautiful views though.
This place is the most beautiful place I have ever seen. The overview of the outstanding mountains are gourgous. As you walk down the mountain,you can hear the beautiful trees swaying, the birds chirping, the water of the waterfall slapping the rocks as it hits, the beauty of fun and laughter is all around. This is a place I will never forget. The picture down below is one of the waterfalls at this magnificent creation.
This park was on credible to camp at. The back country trails are gorgeous and 15 minutes hike into the forest gives you a very private secluded feeling with tree canopies all around. I can't wait to go again!
1st time here , I must say it was absolutely breathtaking and adventurous! Let's not forget those stairs was a challenging workout! The views above the mountains & the waterfalls are my favorite parts! Will definitely be coming back!
Some of the best trails to hike in Georgia. Amazing waterfalls and scenery. You can spend hours here enjoying the view. Takes about 1 hour to visit both trails but it is worth spending some extra time if possible.
This is a well maintained state park. I did the west rim trail, which some sources say is moderate and others say easy. It was both...easy for intermediate hikers and above, moderate for beginners, and impossible for someone who has never been in the woods. This place is beautiful, and an easy drive from Rome, Chattanooga, and Fort Payne/Mentone. I will be back. Yes...$5 entrance fee, so bring cash.
Wife took me here for my birthday. Was a beautiful 5 mile trail loop that ran aside the canyon. It was accompanied by beautiful scenic outlooks, deep woods, water features and a few creature friends. Was a lovely and challenging getaway for us. Would do again.
This is a very nice State Park located conveniently to Chattanooga and a short drive to Atlanta. The sites are heavily wooded and spacious. We were visiting in a 40 Class A and found no problems getting to the park or maneuvering inside the park. It's well kept and the facilities are clean albeit aging a bit. The hikes are awesome and pet friendly in most areas. We will definitely visit again!
Visited Cloudland-Canyon-State-Park for the first time this weekend. My family and I stayed in a yurt just to try something new and we had a great time. The park itself is beautiful and has something for everyone, the facilities were clean and fees are reasonable. If you're looking for something new to try, give this place a try!
Love this place! The last time we were here the falls were dried out due to scanty rainfall received for the season but the trail would surely give you a good workout.
Super amazing hike! We did the West Rim and falls trails. Definitely recommend both. So much fun and great views all over the whole park
My wife and I stay at alot of Ga Parks,and I will have to say this was the worst of all of them...It started upon arrival at the check in station with a staff member at the desk goes by the the name Jeff Burner,in my opinion he should not be greeting people that are checking in,he was completely lacking people skills and was just plain rude..On the West rim where we camped,there was a total of 4 on site Host that we never met, they do not enforce quiet hours,not the speed limit through the camp ground..Over all the park is clean and views are spectacular,but I would not suggest camping there..
Beautiful and amazing place to hike. Watch out......the steps to the lower falls are killer. You are in for a workout!
Great camping spots and clean restrooms. Some of the trails wood walk ways are slick and light moss growing and staircase wood structures have settled causing them to slope downward. Come prepared to see some wildlife, worms, millipedes and snakes around the falls. Be sure to carry a couple of bottles of water per person if you go to the falls below the hemlock overlook.
We visited this place,once. It was raining hard on that day but somehow we didn't get the notice so we still kept going to see the waterfalls. On the way back, it was raining hard and we got loss. It was quite a scary experience. We was so naive and didn't prepare well for the hiking trips. So be prepared for your safety. We learned our lessons.
What a beautiful area! Pictures cannot do it justice! Great for picnics with a playground for the kids. So many hiking trails! Breathtaking views! Inexpensive recreation!
Waterfalls were great but there were a lot of people. All the trail guides say this is a difficult and strenous hike but I didn't really think it was too bad. We brought our two dogs and we're able to do it just fine, although most of the trail are metal grated stairs which didn't make it so fun for them, they still didn't though and didn't have any issues.
Great place to camp!! The sites a great size and very clean and well kept. We stayed in the west rim which is more secluded than the others. The bathhouse is not the cleanest, but enough to still use. Very close to places to eat, places to see, trails to hike and bike, and beautiful scenery!! Definitely will be coming back again!!
I love going here. It's a beautiful park to hike, picnic, camp, and bicycle in. The only thing they're missing is a pool. They used to have one but took it out. Bummer.
Amazingly beautiful! The waterfall hike was gorgeous and tranquil.
It is really a canyon. The views make you think...this is Georgia? If it rains, Chattanooga isn't far away. The Tennessee Aquarium offers an indoor adventure. Camping is wonderful. Hiking along the rim and down to the bottom are the highlights of the many trails. They have freesbie golf through the woods...the best course for beginners.
Loved the place. Waterfalls, hiking and the comfort of camping. Hate the flying cockroaches and the spiders and huge bugs in shower stalls. That caused me not to camp there anymore. Will go to visit but not camp.
I love the fact he has most of the parts that you would need for your car repairs. Also love the fact that all of the workers are willing to help out. #TeamWork
Clean, great trails with different levels of difficulty. Beautiful views! Great camping rates, nice new cabins to rent as well
A very large park, far more rugged than most parks with most of the park undisturbed by campsites, cabins, etc. Fantastic scenery. The main attraction is the trails....hiking, bicycle, and horse. Many of the trails are quite challenging with significant inclines (you are on top of a mountain). For those who are in less than good physical condition there are a couple of short easy trails but you will have to avoid the really good ones. The yurt "village" is nice, and includes a decent playground for young children. The cottages are very nice and well furnished
The visitors center is among the best I've seen at a state park..lots of cool souvenirs. Great trails to hike all while enjoying great scenery.