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Rome is the perfect place for adventurous campers and RVers. There's so much to see and do, from exhilarating hikes or bike rides to exploring the local dining and shopping. You're sure to find the perfect spot for your Georgia camping adventure.

Best Glamping Sites Near Rome, GA (23)

    Camper-submitted photo from Red Top Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Red Top Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Red Top Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Red Top Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Red Top Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Red Top Mountain State Park Campground

    1.

    Red Top Mountain State Park Campground

    72 Reviews
    262 Photos
    420 Saves
    Emerson, Georgia

    This popular park on Lake Allatoona is ideal for swimming, water skiing and fishing. Visitors can bring their own boats or rent from nearby marinas. A sand swimming beach is nestled in a cove and surrounded by trees, providing a great place to cool off during summer. Picnic shelters and group shelters may be rented for meetings, parties, reunions and other celebrations. Guests often stay overnight in rental cottages, a spacious campground, or the park’s lakeside yurt. While best known for the 12,000 acre lake, Red Top Mountain is also a hiker’s haven. More than 15 miles of trails wind through the forested park, providing opportunities for exercise and nature photography. A short, paved trail behind the park office is suitable for wheelchairs and strollers, welcoming guests to explore a reconstructed 1860s homestead. The gravel-topped 4 mile Iron Hill Trail is open to both hikers and bikers, offering pretty views of the lake’s shoreline. Named for the soil’s rich red color caused by high iron-ore content, Red Top Mountain was once an important mining area. Iron pour programs are occasionally held near the Vaughn Cabin behind the park office. The park also maintains Allatoona Pass Battlefield, a historically significant battlefield due to the well-preserved trenches and earthworks.

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    Camper-submitted photo from Cloudland Canyon State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Cloudland Canyon State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Cloudland Canyon State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Cloudland Canyon State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Cloudland Canyon State Park Campground
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    Cloudland Canyon State Park Campground

    124 Reviews
    654 Photos
    918 Saves
    Trenton, Georgia

    Resting on the western edge of northwest Georgia’s Lookout Mountain, Cloudland Canyon State Park is more than 3,000 acres—one of the state’s largest parks—of rugged geology, and offers visitors hiking, camping, rock climbing and more along the park’s most iconic feature: the deep gorge cut through the mountain (elevation varies from 800 to more than 1,800 feet!) by the Sitton Gulch Creek. Multiple waterfalls and cascades, including the uber-popular Hemlock Falls, can be found throughout the gorge, making this park feel like a hidden gem around Lookout Mountain.

    Staring at the geographic anomaly isn’t the only thing to do at this park, however. Beyond the countless miles of hiking, biking and horse riding trails, geology fanatics can find rock climbing, rappelling and spelunking across the park—cave tours are even offered for beginning cave explorers at Sitton’s Cave.

    The park holds a massive variety of camping options, including 72 spots suitable for both tent and RV campers, 30 walk-in sites, 13 dispersed sites, 16 cottages and 10 yurts, each in a different area of the park. With this many options, campers can find seclusion all around.

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    $65 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Fort Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Fort Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Fort Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Fort Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Fort Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Fort Mountain State Park Campground

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    Fort Mountain State Park Campground

    56 Reviews
    359 Photos
    411 Saves
    Chatsworth, Georgia

    Fort Mountain State Park is a place of legends. Literally! Home to an mysterious, ancient, rock wall at the peak of a mountain, Fort Mountain’s associated legends include the construction of a Welsh military fort, a honeymoon destination for native newlyweds, and a relation to “moon-eyed people” of Cherokee folklore. Whatever the truth may be, there is no denying that this park’s unique features have made it one of the major draws within the Chattahoochee National Forest.

    Located just a short scenic drive off of Highway 52 near the Cohuatta Wilderness, the campground at Fort Mountain State Park hosts 70 campsites for tents and RVs. Campers can bring their paddles to take advantage of all 17 acres of Fort Mountain Lake, or take part in the local rental program for easier travels.

    While there is no need to leave the park to find adventure, many campers take a short drive east to a historic site featuring the Chief Vann House. This well-preserved structure was the first Cherokee brick residence and is often referred to as the “showplace” of the Cherokee Nation. Continue your travels to the peak of Fort Mountain where you can take a tour of a stone fire tower built by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression. Enjoy panoramic views and marvel at the legendary beauty of Fort Mountain State Park.

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    Camper-submitted photo from Mckinney Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Mckinney Campground
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    Camper-submitted photo from Mckinney Campground

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    Mckinney Campground

    22 Reviews
    57 Photos
    195 Saves
    Emerson, Georgia

    Overview

    McKinney Campground sits on the banks of Allatoona Lake, providing visitors with a variety of water activities in the green rolling hills of Georgia.

    Recreation

    Allatoona Lake is one of the most frequently visited Corps of Engineers lakes in the nation. Nearly 7 million visitors each year enjoy picnicking, swimming, camping, hunting, fishing, boating and observing wildlife along the 270 miles of shoreline. The lake is annually stocked with bass, crappie, bream, gar and catfish, making it a popular destination for anglers. Fishing jetties are available at numerous shoreline fishing locations, and a dock is provided at the campground.

    Facilities

    Allatoona Lake is one of the most frequently visited Corps of Engineers lakes in the nation. Nearly 7 million visitors each year enjoy picnicking, swimming, camping, hunting, fishing, boating and observing wildlife along the 270 miles of shoreline. The lake is annually stocked with bass, crappie, bream, gar and catfish, making it a popular destination for anglers. Fishing jetties are available at numerous shoreline fishing locations, and a dock is provided at the campground.

    Natural Features

    Located just 30 miles from Atlanta, Georgia, Allatoona Lake is situated on the Etowah River, a tributary of the Coosa River. The serene lake and peaceful surroundings offer visitors respite from the rush of city living.

    Nearby Attractions

    The city of Acworth and Woodstock are nearby, offering restaurants, shopping, and historic downtown areas. Historic sites like the Etowah Indian Mounds and Booth Western Art Museum are a close drive to the city of Cartersville. The Visitor Center at Allatoona Lake Project Management Office features video exhibits and displays about the area___s history, ranging from the time of early Native Americans, to the Civil War and to present times. The Visitor Center overlooks the dam and offers many hiking trails. Red Top Mountain State Park has more than 15 miles of trails and offers interpretive programs. Eight marinas are located on Allatoona Lake that offer boat rentals and restaurants. Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield is located in Kennesaw and White Water Park is in Marietta. Zoo Atlanta and Georgia Aquarium are located in Atlanta.

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    This location is staffed. Please call (770) 975-7485 to speak with local staff.

    Charges & Cancellations

    Change and Cancellation Policies and Fees Overnight and Day Use Facilities: To ensure fairness, reservation arrival or departure dates may not be changed beyond the booking window until 18 days after booking the reservation.__ Camping / Day Use: A $10.00 service fee will apply if you change or cancel your reservation (including campsites, cabins, lookouts, group facilities, etc.). The $10.00 service fee will be deducted from the refund amount. You can cancel or change reservations through Recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.__ Late Cancellations Overnight and Day Use Facilities: Late cancellations are those cancelled between 12:01 a.m. (Eastern) on the day before arrival and check out time on the day after arrival. Individual Campsites: If a customer cancels a reservation the day before or on the day of arrival they will be charged a $10.00 service fee and will also forfeit the first night's use fee (not to exceed the total paid for the original reservation). Cancellations for a single night's reservation will forfeit the entire use fee but no cancellation fee will apply. Group Facility: If a customer cancels a group overnight facility reservation within 14 days of the scheduled arrival date they will be charged the $10.00 service fee and forfeit the first night's use fee. Cancellations for a single night's use will not be assessed a service fee. Group Day Use Area: If a customer cancels a group day use facility reservation within 14 days of the scheduled arrival date, they will forfeit the total day use fee with no service fee charge.__ No-Shows Camping / Day Use: A camping no-show customer is one who does not arrive at a campground and does not cancel the reservation by check-out time on the day after the scheduled arrival date. Reserved campsites and group overnight facilities will be held until check-out time on the day following your scheduled arrival. Group day-use facilities will be held until check-in time on your scheduled arrival date.__ If a customer does not arrive at the campground or group facility by check-out time the day after arrival or does not cancel the reservation by the times listed under "Late Cancellations" above, the customer may be assessed a $20.00 service fee and forfeit use fees.__ Refunds Customers must request refunds no later than 14 days after the scheduled departure date. Recreation.gov will not grant refund requests after 14 days of departure.__ Reservation Fee: For some facilities, tours or permits an additional reservation fee is charged. For some overnight and day-use facilities, an additional non-refundable reservation fee may apply. The non-refundable reservation fee for tours and tickets is $1.00. The non-refundable reservation fee for permits varies by location. Refunds for Bankcard Purchases: Refunds for bank card payments will be issued as a credit to the original bank card. Refunds for Check or Cash Purchases: Refunds for Recreation.gov payments made by check or money order, and cash payments at selected campgrounds will be issued a check refund. A refund will be processed within 30 days of receipt and approval. Please Note: Refund requests made during or after departure can only be processed when approved by the facility management staff based upon local policy. Refunds for Emergency Closures: In the event of an emergency closure, the Recreation.gov team will attempt to notify users and offer alternate dates (as appropriate). If this is not possible, reservations will be cancelled and all fees paid will be refunded. Reservation fees for free tickets are non-refundable in the event of an emergency closure.__ .

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    $34 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from West Rim - Cloudland Canyon State Park
    Camper-submitted photo from West Rim - Cloudland Canyon State Park
    Camper-submitted photo from West Rim - Cloudland Canyon State Park
    Camper-submitted photo from West Rim - Cloudland Canyon State Park
    Camper-submitted photo from West Rim - Cloudland Canyon State Park
    Camper-submitted photo from West Rim - Cloudland Canyon State Park

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    West Rim - Cloudland Canyon State Park

    41 Reviews
    158 Photos
    386 Saves
    Trenton, Georgia

    West Rim Campground at Cloudland Canyon State Park is a gem tucked away near Rising Fawn, GA. This spot has a lot to offer, from its diverse hiking trails to its well-maintained campsites. If you’re into hiking, you’ll love the trails here. They range from easy walks along the canyon rim with stunning vistas to more challenging treks through the gulch, where canyon walls tower above you. The waterfalls are a sight to behold, though they can be a bit underwhelming after dry spells.

    The campsites themselves are spacious and provide good privacy, thanks to the wooded surroundings. You’ll find clean facilities, including hot showers and well-kept restrooms. Some sites come with full hookups, which is a nice perk if you’re bringing an RV. There are also yurts available, which are equipped with beds and heating/AC, making them a great option during the hotter months.

    Pets are welcome, so feel free to bring your furry friends along. And if you’re planning to stay a while, you’ll appreciate the sanitary dump stations and the availability of firewood. The campground is also big rig friendly, which is a plus for those with larger setups.

    Visitors have mentioned the recent renovations, which include nice pads and good cell service. The West Rim Loop is particularly noted for its serene environment and the beautiful Cherokee Falls, which you can hike to directly from the campground. Whether you’re here for a night or a week, the combination of natural beauty and solid amenities makes this a fantastic spot to set up camp.

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    $8 - $110 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Cedar Creek RV & Outdoor Center
    Camper-submitted photo from Cedar Creek RV & Outdoor Center
    Camper-submitted photo from Cedar Creek RV & Outdoor Center
    Camper-submitted photo from Cedar Creek RV & Outdoor Center
    Camper-submitted photo from Cedar Creek RV & Outdoor Center
    Camper-submitted photo from Cedar Creek RV & Outdoor Center

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    Cedar Creek RV & Outdoor Center

    7 Reviews
    7 Photos
    37 Saves
    Cave Spring, Georgia
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    • Reservable
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    Camper-submitted photo from Calhoun A-OK Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Calhoun A-OK Campground
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    Calhoun A-OK Campground

    12 Reviews
    31 Photos
    13 Saves
    Calhoun, Georgia

    Check out the NEW A-OK You’ve loved the A-OK Campground for 15 years—but as new owners, we have big plans! So check us out … then check in and hang out. Because once you come see us, we think you’ll want to stay. And please keep coming back, because we’ll be making wonderful changes and updates so you’ll always want to come our way … straight to the A-OK. A great new day at the A-OK The A-OK has NEW OWNERS! We’re thrilled to be here to show you our heartfelt southern hospitality … while we make exciting changes so your visits will be even more pleasurable. Meanwhile, we have lots to offer right now.

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    $45 - $55 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Clark Creek North Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Clark Creek North Campground
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    Clark Creek North Campground

    12 Reviews
    30 Photos
    145 Saves
    Acworth, Georgia

    Clark Creek North Campground sits on the banks of Allatoona Lake, providing visitors with a variety of water activities in the green rolling hills of Georgia. Natural Features: Located only 35 miles from Atlanta, Allatoona Lake is situated on the Etowah River, a tributary of the Coosa River. The serene lake and peaceful surroundings offer visitors respite from the rush of city living. Recreation: Allatoona Lake is one of the most frequently visited Corps of Engineers lakes in the nation. Nearly 7 million visitors each year enjoy picnicking, swimming, camping, hunting, fishing, boating and observing wildlife along the 270 miles of shoreline. The lake is annually stocked with bass, crappie, bream, gar and catfish, making it a popular destination for anglers. Fishing jetties are available at numerous shoreline fishing locations, and a dock is provided at the campground. Facilities: Clark Creek North Campground provides 24 spacious reservable campsites, conveniently located near the dock and swimming beach. Lake front sites are also available, giving visitors sweeping views of the vast lake. Fire rings, picnic areas, drinking water, flush toilets and showers are all provided, creating a comfortable camping experience for visitors. Nearby Attractions: The Visitor Center features video exhibits and displays about the areas history, ranging from the time of early Native Americans, to the Civil War and up to the present. The nearby town of Cartersville also offers several attractions, including science and art museums.

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    Camper-submitted photo from Lock and Dam / Coosa River County Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Lock and Dam / Coosa River County Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Lock and Dam / Coosa River County Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Lock and Dam / Coosa River County Park

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    Lock and Dam / Coosa River County Park

    3 Reviews
    4 Photos
    13 Saves
    Lindale, Georgia

    A 73-acre park, located off Blacks Bluff Road, and listed on the National Registry of Historical Landmarks, Lock and Dam offers some of the best crappie and striper fishing in North Georgia.

    The park is prepared for both RV and primitive tent camping. Select sites feature direct sewer hook-up, river views, picnic pavilions and shelter, fire rings, restroom, shower and laundry facilities, fishing and nature trails. Other amenities include horseshoe pits, open play areas and an observation overlook.

    The Coosa River Trading Post offers fishing and camping supplies, an exhibition center, live bait, tackle, fishing and hunting licenses and a boat ramp.

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    Camper-submitted photo from Sweetwater Creek State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Sweetwater Creek State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Sweetwater Creek State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Sweetwater Creek State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Sweetwater Creek State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Sweetwater Creek State Park Campground

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    Sweetwater Creek State Park Campground

    27 Reviews
    116 Photos
    249 Saves
    Lithia Springs, Georgia

    Sweetwater Creek State Park is a peaceful tract of wilderness only minutes from downtown Atlanta. A wooded trail follows the stream to the ruins of the New Manchester Manufacturing Company, a textile mill burned during the Civil War. Beyond the mill, the trail climbs rocky bluffs to provide views of the beautiful rapids below. Additional trails wind through fields and forest, showcasing ferns, magnolias, wild azaleas and hardwoods. Park rangers lead informative hikes to these areas throughout the year.

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