Cloudland Canyon

5 out of 5 based on 4 ratings.

Trenton, GA
GPS Coords: 34.83, -85.48166
Phone: 800-864-PARK
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Cloudland Canyon
5 out of 5 based on 4 ratings.
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  • BBQ Grills
  • Handicapped Access
  • Pavillion


  • Golf Course
  • Mini Golf
  • Playground
  • Tennis


  • Pet Friendly

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Reviews for Cloudland Canyon

4 reviews for this RV park

  1. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    August 27, 2008
    Loved Fall Creek Falls!
    Campground: Pros - nice sites, very private and wooded, scenery was nice, level sites,very clean bathhouses. Cons - not full hookups, not much to do.
  2. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    February 12, 2008
    Cloudland Canyon Campground has two campgrounds; east rim and west rim. The east rim was closed during my visit, but the west rim is the most private and roomiest of the two. The overlook into the canyon is near the east rim campground and is not within walking distance of the west rim campground. It is worth the drive to see it. When checking in, the personnel were very helpful, professional, and friendly. They did not require me to report back to them which site I was to occupy, just told me to put the signage on the site post, which eliminated having to make another trip back to the check in. There are about 10-12 miles of trails here and the west rim trail is very scenic. The trip to the waterfalls is very difficult- not going, but coming back up out of the canyon is a thigh burner! The waterfalls to the left at the trail junction are easier to get to. The path to both falls are steps, not trail and there are a lot of 'em! The restrooms were very clean, the showers had plenty of hot water, and the laundry room was very clean as well. I liked the park and would recommend it.
  3. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    December 13, 2007
    The road up Lookout Mt. was beautiful, with switchbacks, but pulling the 5er up was a breeze. They were closed when we got there, and although we had a reservation, they do not assign sights. Ranger told us to just go pick a sight and sign in, in the morning. We chose West rim (thanks to this sight), and it was beautiful. The pads are leveled...they are like rustic patios with railings, so that our sight could hang over a small canyon. We chose # 107. All sights on outside of circle have these "patios". There are some on the opposite side that also really hangover the little canyon. There are also plenty of sights with level ground beside and behind for kids to play. The hiking trail is about 2 miles each way from the west rim. We did one way each day. We also hiked down to the waterfalls. Brochure says it is difficult...but it is not at all. There are stairs down (open grill type) and our beagle was afraid to step on we carried her all the way down and up...and well worth it. Just to note...we got excellent TV reception with just our antennae. Rock City, Ruby Falls and the tram, are about 20 minutes on up the mountain. We only did Rock City...they allow dogs, but would have loved to do them all. Very picturesque campground.....didn't use their facilities, and pumpout was easy.
  4. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    September 19, 2007
    The Campsites had level lots with deckings in a wooded environment. Sites were very private and bathhouses were clean. Lots of hiking trails. Great Campground!

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