One of last year's younger visitors tried his luck at the archery
By: Bonnie Casey, Friends of Cloudland
Canyon State Park
Adventure Day at Cloudland Canyon State Park is this Saturday. Each year, many
people come to Cloudland Canyon, one of the most visited of Georgia’s state
parks, for a fun–filled day of activities that start at 9 a.m. and end at 5
caving, GeoCaching, kid’s activities, frontier crafts, disc golf, and falconing
will be on-going all day.
activities will take place at various times throughout the day. These
activities include fishing from 1–4 p.m., a wildflower tour at 10 a.m., first
aid and survival demonstration at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., and a night hike at 8
In addition to
all these exciting activities, visitors can participate in regular park
activities such as hiking the many trails and viewing the picturesque scenery,
enjoying playgrounds and picnic areas, camping, educational activities in the
Interpretive Center, and shopping in the newly expanded park store.
will be available all day. Dade County resident Marvin Croft will be selling
his famous barbecue, hamburgers, and even biscuits in the morning and New Salem
resident Chris Stone will have his outdoor pizza ovens set up, selling homemade
different and exciting to do on Easter weekend? Saturday is the perfect day to
visit Cloudland Canyon, one of the most popular state parks in Georgia.
Canyon State Park is located on Highway 136 East on Lookout Mountain.
Bonnie Cayce is
Interpretive Committee Chair for Friends of Cloudland Canyon State Park.