Cave Spring is located near Rome in Northwest Georgia. It has been compared to Mayberry of Andy Griffith fame. There are antique shops and a couple of pretty decent restaurants. The cave is certainly worth the visit, especially in the heat of the Summer. Cave Spring is also near Lake Weiss and Cedar Creek RV, so there is plenty to do while visiting. 

Adventure Journal
Entry Date: May 2010
While camping at Cedar Creek Park, we made the short two mile drive into Cave Spring to check out its namesakes (the cave and the spring). 

Downtown on the left is Rolater Park, a neat little place with a pavilion, playground, historical buildings, a cave, a spring, a trout pond (for looking and feeding, not fishing), and a giant pool? Jury's out on the pool, but the park was really neat. The first thing we noticed when we approached the cave was the cool air coming out. It was like a big air conditioner. We talked about how this would have been a perfect place for Native Americans to have lived. They had all the fresh cool water they could ever want, nice flat land for farming, and air conditioning! 

Before heading home on Sunday, we revisited Cave Spring, which I might ad is a Mecca for antique stores, but little was open. We ended up spending a while at the Creekside Cafe, and enjoyed a very very good meal. Service was a little slow, but we came-in on the back end of two large groups, and they just weren't prepared for such a crowd. They did a good job, and considering the Cave Spring Cafe across the street was closed, they seemed to be the only game in town. Cheers ladies and cook, you did a fine job.

The Richardson Tribe

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Charlestown State Park
Chattahoochee Bend State Park
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Chester Frost Park
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Doll Mountain Campground
Dunnaway Gap
Enota Mountain Retreat
Etowah Indian Mounds
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Lula Lake Land Trust
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Rating (1-10)


Official Website 9 The Cave Spring website has a very clean look, kind of like the town.
Campground - Reserve


We stayed at Cedar Creek RV while visiting Cave Spring. 
Rolater Park


A nice place to picnic. There is a cave to explore, a reflection pool with huge fish to feed, a creek, a playground, and occasional shows and festivals.
Kayak, canoe, tube rental, outfitters, etc. 10 Cedar Creek RV has all this stuff.


There is almost always some kind of rockhounding around if you look. This is a creek, use your imagination. We collected some.
Local Attractions


Cedar Creek RV, Big Cedar Creek, Rome, Lake Weiss, Berry College, Tellus Science Museum, Ridge Ferry Park, and more.
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