Visitor Guide

Campgrounds in Rome, Ga

Posted April 18, 2023 by Aixa Rodriguez in Camps, Family, News

With spring in full gear and summer just around the corner, it’s the perfect weather for camping. Pack up your gear and fishing rod (and don’t forget the smores) – and enjoy the outdoors of northwest Georgia!

Kingston Downs

kingston downs glampingYou may never want to sleep indoors again after you’ve experienced this luxurious campsite; camping doesn’t get any better than Kingston Downs. Enjoy fishing or a paddle trip down the river that runs through the property.

Cedar Creek Park

Cedar Creek Campgrounds

Relax by the river at Cedar Creek Park in Cave Spring. They offer fun amenities including canoe-kayak rentals, fishing, hiking, biking and driving range.

Another Cave Spring camping option is the Cave Spring RV Campground located in the historic downtown, where you can walk to shopping and dining.

Lock & Dam Campground Park

lock and damWhether you brought your RV or a primitive tent, Lock and Dam has you covered. Select sites feature direct sewer hook-up and river views. Bask in the sun while fishing and exploring nature trails.

Rocky Mountain Recreation Area

rocky mountain PFA camping

Sporting two lakes and a total of 559 acres, Rocky Mountain Recreation Area offers a beach for swimming, lakes for fishing, biking trails and archery.

Brushy Branch Campground
Located on the back waters of Lake Weiss, this campground offers all the amenities you need with easy water access to the lake for fishing.

AdventHealth Stadium

Braves RV Camping AdventHealth Stadium, the home of the Rome Braves, also offers an RV and tailgate area. With close proximity to the stadium, this makes a perfect tailgate or RV campground area – and with river views! Get more RV & Tailgate details.

Rome Tennis Center at Berry College – RV Camping

RV and truck on a campground in front of a tennis court

If you love tennis, Berry’s tennis center is sure to serve as the prefect RV campground. This is the only campsite not located on one of Rome’s rivers, but it is only 3 miles from the nearest boat ramp at Heritage Park.

The Pocket

The Pocket

The Pocket, formally the Civilian Conservation Corp Camp F-16, is a great place to camp and immerse yourself in nature. Take a stroll on the 2.5 mile (walking only) trail and view the landscape and forest of the Ridge and Valley area of northwest Georgia.

RV Dump Stations

Many campgrounds offer a dump station including Cedar Creek Park, Lock and Dam Park, and Rocky Mountain Recreation. For the other sites, a dump station is located nearby at the Georgia’s Rome Welcome Center.

About the Author

This article has been updated by staff at the Georgia's Rome Office of Tourism. We strive to keep our content updated; if you notice any errors, please comment and let us know. The article was originally written by Aixa Rodriguez. Thanks for reading!


  1. Anthony, February 4, 2023:

    I recently came across your article on campgrounds in Rome, Georgia and I must say, I was thoroughly impressed with the level of detail and research that went into writing it. Your passion for the outdoors and camping is evident in the way you’ve covered all the different types of camping options available in Rome.

    I particularly appreciated the way you’ve mentioned the pros and cons of each camping ground, making it easier for potential campers to choose the one that suits their needs the best. It’s not every day that you come across a piece of writing that’s both informative and enjoyable to read, but your article truly fits that bill. I found the map you’ve provided to be an added bonus, making it easier for people to locate the campgrounds.

    I would like to thank you for sharing your knowledge and experiences with the camping community. I’m sure that your article will help many people find their perfect camping spot in Rome. Keep up the great work!

    Best regards

  2. Kathy Sanders, April 13, 2023:

    We have been wondering about how to camp at the Rome braves stadium. This is very informative.

  3. Franklin Wheat, April 13, 2023:

    This was very helpful, and learned about a lot more places to visit

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