Golden River RV Park is surrounded by rural countryside and is located on a ridge above the Tallapoosa RIver. This quiet park in Northwest Georgia offers fishing, canoeing, hiking and watching nature. Deer and wild turkey sometimes wander through the campground.
This park was named "Golden River" in honor of the Creek Indian tribe that had campsites and villages located along the banks of the country's largest river. The creek word "Tallapoosa" meant "Golden River" thus the river got it's name.
The park is privately owned by the C.W. Hart family. The basic grounds were completed in May 2009. Plans of expansion are in progress.
We have 21 campsites all with full hookups, including, electrical, sewage, water, pic-nic tables, fire rings/grill, and dump station. A large bath/shower house is on the campus and includes a washer and dryer.
From I 20, Exit 5 (Tallapoosa Exit) Follow HWY 100 North to Tallapoosa. Continue on 100 North toward Cedartown. Turn Right onto Jacksonville Road which is less than a 10 minute drive from Tallapoosa. Park is on left just before the river bridge. Look for large sign.
From I 20 Exit 11 (Bremen Exit) Follow HWY 27 North to city of Buchannan. Turn onto 120 West. Just a short distance from town. Turn right onto Jacksonville Road. park is on right just past river bridge.