Visitor Guide

Outdoor Adventures in Rome, Ga.

Myrtle Hill Cemetery Tree Tour, Self-Guided

Public parking lot located at corner of Broad St & Branham Ave. , ,

Myrtle Hill Cemetery Tree Tour Discover over 35 different species of trees in Rome’s Historic Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Many trees are rare and not native to the Northwest […]

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Paddle & Float Rome’s Rivers

For a river adventure, explore the biologically diverse rivers of the Etowah.  The river’s lazy waters are ideal for kayaking, canoeing, floating and paddle boarding. […]

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River Dog Paddle & Outpost

5 Broad Street, Rome, GA

River Dog Paddle & Outpost offers the best of both worlds: rivers and beer! Paddleboard enthusiasts and novices alike enjoy touring the scenic beauty of […]

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River Ratz Tubing & Kayak, LLC.

105 Callahan Street NE, Rome, GA

Come and enjoy a peaceful float in a river tube or an energetic workout paddling down the Etowah River in a Kayak. River Ratz will provide […]

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Rocky Mountain

Rocky Mountain Recreation Area

4054 Big Texas Valley Road Northwest, Rome , GA

Fish Species: Largemouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish, channel catfish, crappie, hybrid striped-white bass. Water: Two lakes (202 & 357 acres). Facilities: concrete boat ramps, fishing jetties, […]

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Rome-Floyd E.C.O. River Education Center

393 Riverside Parkway, Rome, GA

The Rome-Floyd E.C.O. River Education Center’s mission is to inspire children and adults to experience the ecology of Northwest Georgia. The aquariums inside the center […]

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Stonebridge Golf Club

585 Stonebridge Drive, Rome, GA

The 6,800 yard golf course provides a fun, yet challenging experience for thousands of golfers each year.

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Sulzbacher Roman Holiday

Jewel Frost Dr., Rome, GA

The Sulzbacher Roman Holiday is Rome’s 45-passenger excursion boat available for private events and public excursions.

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Camping

The Pocket

Everett Springs Road, ,

The Pocket recreation area in northwest Georgia is named for lying in a low area surrounded by the steep ridges of Horn and Mill Mountains, […]

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