Visitor Guide

Outdoor Adventures in Rome, Ga.

Heritage Trails

Heritage Riverways Trail Network

2 Government Plaza, Rome, GA

Rome’s popular riverfront, paved mulit-purpose trail system runs through historic Downtown Rome connecting dining and shopping to area attractions and parks.  Provided is a maps […]

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Higher Ground USA

527 Broad Street, Suite 102, Rome , GA

Higher Ground exists to transform lives by providing adventure-based experiences that honor Jesus Christ.  We work with groups of all sorts and all sizes.  Whether you […]

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Jackson Hill

Jackson Hill Trail System

402 Civic Center Drive, Rome, GA

Historic Jackson Hill was the location of Fort Norton, an earthen fortification system which defended Rome during the Civil War. During the Great Depression, the […]

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Rome Labyrinth

Labyrinth of Rome

402 Civic Center Drive, Rome, GA

The Labyrinth of Rome was created as an adaptive reuse of what originally built by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in the 1930s as an […]

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lindale train viewing platform

Lindale Train Viewing Platform for Rail Fans

Located between Park Avenue and Old Rockmart Rd, Lindale, GA

Attention all train watchers! Lindale is such a popular location for train viewing and we’re excited the new Train Viewing Platform for Rail Fans is […]

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Lock & Dam Park

181 Lock & Dam Road, Rome, GA

RV and primitive camping, fishing, recreation, picnic, trails, playground and bait/tackle shop. This park offers a boat launch to access the Coosa River which feeds […]

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longleaf pine project

Longleaf Pine Project

2277 Martha Berry Hwy NW, Mt Berry, GA

COVID-19 Update:  The Berry College campus will reopen to the public beginning Sunday, May 9, 2021 until further notice. Hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. […]

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Marshall Forest

Marshall Forest

Horseleg Creek Road, Rome, GA

Once part of the Cherokee Nation’s lands, Marshall Forest covers 301 acres of pine-hardwood forest in Floyd County, near Rome in northwest Georgia. The site […]

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Memorial Magnolias

Memorial Magnolias

20 Myrtle St SW, Rome, GA

Following the World War, thirty-four Magnolia seedlings were planted at Myrtle Hill cemetery. Each seedling was a memorial to one of the thirty-four young men […]

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Mount Berry Trail

Coligni Way, Rome, GA

  This beautiful scenic trail follows the Oostanaula River with views of rolling hills, cattle, beaver, blue herons, a scenic pond and birds. In the […]

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Tree Tour of Myrtle Hill

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 this self-guided tree tour of Rome’s Historic Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Many trees are […]

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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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Ridge Ferry Park

393 Riverside Parkway, Rome, GA

Ridge Ferry Park is Rome’s most popular park with a large central playground, picnic areas and river views.  The park offers great access to the […]

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River Dog Outpost & Paddle Co.

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.

1170 Turner Chapel Rd., Rome, GA

Reopening for weekends on Saturday, May 8 , 2021 Come and enjoy a peaceful float in a river tube or an energetic workout paddling down […]

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