This popular park on 12,000-acre Lake Allatoona is ideal for swimming, boating and fishing. Visitors can bring their own boats or rent from nearby Park Marine. Twelve miles of hiking trails wind through the park, providing opportunities for exercise or relaxation. The Iron Hill Trail is perfect for beginning mountain bikers. Visitors can explore a reconstructed 1860s homesite, including a log cabin and blacksmith shop. The park's music series and homestead events are held at this historic cabin. Named for the soils rich red color caused by high iron-ore content, Red Top Mountain was once an important iron mining area.
D. B. on Lakeside Trail
Nice little trail. Great viewing of the lake and the old buildings.
D. B. on White Tail Trail
Great clean trail. Combined this trail with sweet gum for a great hike. Thanks
D. B. on Sweetgum Loop Trail
Great hiking trail lots of roots and rocks but not bad.
D. B. on Iron Hill Trail
Just a great trail worth the parking fee. Awesome views of the lake with a great work out.
David B. on Iron Hill Trail
This is a great trail! It's part of a bigger campground that has been closed for sometime. Many use the trail for Mountain Bikes it's a wide main trail with several smaller trails. Great trail for your dogs please respect other hikers and bikers keep pets on a leash and please pick up after your dog. This trail and campground will soon be under stewardship of 3 Boy Scout Districts Appalachian Trail, Foothills, Silver Comet the goal is to preserve and maintaining the trail and show the beauty of Red Top Mountain State Park.