April Spring Hiking Event
Red Top Mountain State Park trail network offers an incentive to explore by land, too. Songbirds, turtles, and herds of deer thrive in the park’s many forested acres that frame Allatoona’s shores with tall pines. Patches of ferns and wildflowers thrive on the sun-dappled forest floor. The park’s trails wind through the forest, catching beautiful reflective views from the lakeshore, and offering a fantastic spot for a scenic trail run or hike near the lake. It’s a great destination for a scenic run or hike.
There is no gated entrance to the park. Visitors are required to pay a $5 per-vehicle day use fee.
There is an entry fee/entry booth along Red Top Beach Road, which is the the road that leads to the swimming area. You can pay your entry fee there and obtain information about the park. Along the main road through the park (Red Top Mountain Road) is the visitors center. It serves as the camping check-in office, a store (drinks, snacks, and souvenirs), and park information center. You can also pay your entry fee here.
Sorry, but you are not allowed to join this Activity Group!
We are afraid that you cannot join, because the Consuls have limited access to this Activity Group.
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