Eagle Cliff Falls in Georgia

Visit This Georgia State Park For Remote Camping And Glamping

By Katie Downey


Cloudland Canyon State Park in Georgia is a great place to enjoy the magic of nature while camping in a secluded area of the forest or glamping in one of their trendy yurts.
The park has 30 miles of biking trails, 64 miles of hiking trails, and lots of activities for the whole family, such as disc golf, cave tours, picnics, fishing, and geocaching.
Cloudland Canyon has 10 glamping yurts, 30 lean-to campsites, 11 backcountry primitive campsites, 16 cottages, 72 tent/trailer/RV sites, and four pioneer shed campsites.
One review on Tripadvisor states the campground is large with plenty of well-spread-out tent campsites, and the forest trails are as rugged as any outdoors enthusiast could want.
For glampers, the cottages are spacious, adorable and can fit up to 10 people, while the yurt is like living in a teepee from long ago (only with heat and air conditioning).