Prewett Fruit Stand 301 Red Top Mountain Rd SE, Cartersville, GA30121 When the season is right, Prewett Fruit Stand is open daily selling Vidalia onions, peach butter, peach jam, pecans and…More peach cider. It is located just off Red Top Mountain Road at I-75. This is a very popular stop for boaters and campers at Red Top Mountain State Park.
Friends of Gedrgia State Parks & Historic Sites 781 Red Top Mountain Rd SE, Cartersville, GA30121 Friends of Gedrgia State Parks & Historic Sites headquarets is in the Georgia Department of Natural Resources State…More Parks and Historic Sites Region 4 office. It is a nonprofit organization with more than 45 chapters in the state. This office administers the program, which includes volunteers, financial contributors and lobbyists.
Park Marine Boat Rentals 651 Marina Rd SE, Cartersville, GA30121 Park Marine Boat Rentals is located on Lake Allatoona within the Red Top Mountain State Park. It offers pontoons, ski…More boats, large party boats and wave runner rentals. Boating toys such as inner tubes and skis are also available for rent. All boats are kept in the water for fast and convenient service.
Located on a peninsula on Lake Allatoona, Red Top Mountain State Park offers various outdoor activities, including…More hiking/biking trails, fishing, a beach, camp sites, tennis courts, miniature golf, picnic facilities, skiing and boat ramps/docks. A $5 per day parking fee is required.
Red Top has about 15 miles of hiking and nature trails, including a 3/4-mile paved handicapped accessible trail. Mountain biking is allowed on the 4-mile Iron Hill Trail.
While individual picnic tables are free on a first-come, first-served basis, group shelters can be reserved for $45 but may be used if available on a first-come, first-served basis at no charge.
In addition to a beach, which along with the miniature golf course is seasonal, and marina, at which boats are rented, Red Top has a playground for children and educational programs, including the Discovery Center in the park office.
Cottages are available for rent and visitors can camp in a 92-camp site campground, a yurt or pioneer campground. Reservations are required and each of the main campground sites have water, electricity, a picnic table, and a fire ring or grille. There are spaces for RVs, trailers and tents.
The Lodge and restaurant at Red Top are no longer open, closing in 2010 due to state budget cuts. The facility now houses the park office and Discovery Center.
More information is available at the Visitor's Center on Red Top Mountain Road.