Red Top Mountain State Park


Cartersville, Georgia

This beautiful state Park is also one of Georgia's most popular. Its location on Lake Allatoona is one reason why it attracts so many visitors but the park provides much more than a chance to fish, go boating, or go swimming. Red Top Mountain is also within easy reach of Atlanta. It is a relatively short drive for Atlantans that want to find a place to where they can spend some time relaxing in a beautiful natural setting.

This website provides information about the park that can help you learn about what the park has to offer and plan your next visit. You can continue to scroll down this page to get an overview of Red Top Mountain State Park and its amenities. You can also use the navigation links on the side or bottom of this page (and found in the text below) to find pages with more in-depth information about particular aspects of the park's features.


Entering Red Top Mountain Park

There is no gated entrance to the park. Visitors are required to pay a $5 per-vehicle day use fee. You can also purchase an annual pass for $50. This annual pass is good at all of Georgia's state parks. 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.


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