Never been to Tallulah Gorge Georgia but sure enjoy staying at Cloudland.
Cloudland Canyon is situated on two rims of the canyon up on Lookout Mtn and you can hike down to the edges and look across the canyon at the other part of the park. Of course there is people on that side looking back at you hehe.. Lots of good viewing of the Canyons and mountain forest views. A real great place to visit when the leaves are chaining in the fall.
We always stay on the West Rim side of the park. Almost all of the camping spots on the B-side has a fenced in patio area.
Park is very nice with good friendly running it. Never had any problems in the some ten times or so we have visited there.
Good groceries just outside the entrance gate and another one just a mile east of the park. Also a full line grocery store (Food Lion type) down the hill at Trenton GA.
HDTV reception is great on the B side camp spots. We got 36 digital channels the last time we camped there using the OTA antenna. Site only has Electric and Water connections.
My Starcraft 14RT Camper at CloudLand Canyon State Park in the fall...
photo of Cloudland Canyon State Park from google image...
Check-out the tons of photos on CloudLand Canyon and Tallulah Gorge using google images. Nice photos all in one place...
My Posts are IMHO based on my experiences - PM me Roy and Carolyn
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