Chief Ladiga Trail Campground

Situated on 62 wooded acres in rural Cleburne County, Alabama between Piedmont, Alabama and Cedartown, Georgia with direct access to the Chief Ladiga Trail and the Pinhoti Trail and beautiful Terrapin Creek running through the property.

Activities currently available are hiking, biking, climbing, swimming, and fishing.

The Pinhoti Trail is a National Recreation Trail for hiking only. There are 150 miles of the trail in Alabama and 150 miles in Georgia and it connects to the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail in north Georgia.  140 of the Alabama miles are in the Talladega National Forest which borders the camp property. You can view more information about the Pinhoti Trail at www.pinhotitrailalliance.org

The Chief Ladiga Trail is a paved converted railbed with 34 miles in Alabama (Anniston to the Georgia line). The trail allows use by hikers, bicyclists and skateboarders. It connects to the Silver Comet Trail in Georgia and continues over 60 miles to the outskirts of Atlanta. The most beautiful portion of this trail is in Cleburne County and it is the most recently completed portion of the trail as well. You can view more information about the Chief Ladiga Trail at www.chiefladiga.com/ and www.epic.jsu.edu/clt/

The Talladega National Forest borders the property on three sides.  The Talladega National Forest consists of 392,567 acres of protected public wilderness in North and Central Alabama.  You can view more information about the Talladega National Forest at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talladega_National_Forest