Rising Fawn, named for the child of a Cherokee chieftain, is a small unincorporated area of Dade County located on scenic Lookout Mountain. It's home to Cloudland Canyon State Park where visitors can hike down to not one, but two waterfalls. Lookout Lake and numerous cabins round out the Rising Fawn area.
Enjoy dining in a casual atmosphere while feasting on delectable chef creations at The Canyon Grill Restaurant. Rising Fawn's musical heritage is tied to such notables as The Forrester Sisters, a CMW Vocal Group of the Year, and folk musician Norman Blake, whose work is included on the "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" soundtrack.
Visitor Information Center
28 Mason Road
Rising Fawn, GA 30738
Located south of Trenton along US Hwy 11, just east of I-59.Visit Website
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Rising Fawn Travel Guides
Sep 24, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016122 Cloudland Canyon Park RoadView on Map
706-657-4050With free admission to the park in exchange for volunteering, Georgia State Parks Day is a great day to assist park staff and Friends of Cloudland Canyon State Park in... Find Out More
May 7, 2016 - Nov 5, 2016122 Cloudland Canyon Park RoadView on Map
706-657-4050Take a short walk with the park naturalist to Sunset Point, Cloudland Canyon State Park's best kept secret. Enjoy expansive views of Trenton, Lookout Valley, Sand Mountain... Find Out More
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