Located on the western edge of Lookout Mountain, Cloudland Canyon is one of the largest and most scenic parks in the state. Home to thousand-foot deep canyons, sandstone cliffs, wild caves, waterfalls, cascading creeks, dense woodland and abundant wildlife, the park offers ample outdoor recreation opportunities.
Hiking and mountain biking trails abound. The most popular hiking paths include the short Overlook Trail, strenuous Waterfalls Trail and moderate West Rim Loop Trail. Mountain biking is available at the newly developed Five Points Recreation Area and along the Cloudland Connector Trail. The park also includes an 18-hole disc golf course, wild caves available for touring during select months of the year, a fishing pond, trails for horseback riding, picnicking grounds and numerous interpretive programs, especially on weekends.
Guests seeking an overnight experience can choose from fully-equipped and comfortable cottages, quirky yurts or several different types of camping and backpacking options. Come enjoy the great outdoors at Cloudland Canyon State Park.
Reservations, Accommodations & Facilities
72 Tent, Trailer & RV Campsites
30 Walk-In Campsites
13 Backcountry Campsites
4 Pioneer Campsites
6 Picnic Shelters
1 Group Shelter (seats 175)
1 Group Lodge (sleeps 40)
Gift Shop/Camper Store
Things To Do & See
Biking — 30 miles of trails
Canyon Climbers Club
Caving — experienced wild cavers only, caves open April, June–July & September–October, permits & reservations required
Disc Golf ($4/person/round) — annual pass available
Hiking — 64 miles of trails
Horseback Riding — 16 miles of trails
Weddings — park approval required
Bike Rentals ($35 half-day/$55 entire day)
122 Cloudland Canyon Park Road, Rising Fawn