Join us to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Allatoona Pass with a unique, nighttime tour experience.
October 4, 2014 Tours: Every 30 minutes from 7:00PM to 9:00PM
Please be aware that this event is not suitable for children due to the rigorous walk and loud cannon and musket fire. The tour is not ADA Accessible. Cameras are not permitted on the tour.
All new this year but still the same family-friendly fun you've come to know and love!
The holidays are almost here, and Red Top will be celebrating on December 7 during the Christmas at the Cabin special event. Enjoy holiday festivities from the mid-1800s including music, toys and game, crafts, and of course Santa! During this living history event there will also be blacksmithing, leatherworking, sewing, spinning, and more.
We're always on the lookout for people willing and able to demonstrate pioneer skills at these homestead events. If you're skilled in blacksmithing, woodworking, sewing, spinning, quilting, or crafts, contact Ranger Marcus at email@example.com or 770-966-8199.
The Iron Pour on November 9 was a HUGE success. One hundred and twenty scratch blocks went on sale at 2 pm behind the Park Office and we were sold out nine minutes later! The pour itself started on time and took less than an hour and a half, which means that furnace was hot. Thanks to all the staff and volunteers who helped out.
A few telescopes will be on hand but feel free to bring your own as well, just let Ranger Marcus know ahead of time:
See you there!
Another year of Halloween Hayrides has come and gone! If you attended this year's event, please take a minute to fill out this short, five-question survey and provide us with valuable feedback.Click here to take survey
Starting September 15, you can make your reservations for our annual Haunted Halloween Hayrides! Click here for more details!
Our ever popular Mountain Music Series returns year after year. Check here for the schedule.
At our most recent iron pour (a makeup pour from November) we had the opportunity to train a bunch of new people to help out. We also were able to take the time to video the pour! If you've never been to an iron pour with us (or even if you have) you may enjoy this short video of highlights!
We were finally able to gather enough staff and volunteers to pour the amazing scratch blocks you all created and they are ready for pickup! You can come by the park office anytime between the hours of 9 and 5, Monday through Saturday. Unfortunately, as always, we did have a few blocks that were carved too deep or cracked that didn't make it. Below are pictures of all the molds that worked (over 120 of them). They are numbered to make finding yours easy when you go to pick them up. We suggested looking at these pictures to find yours before you go. We also have a sign-in sheet at the office so we can make sure there are no mixups. If you have any questions or problems, feel free to contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Click on the images below to see the full size picture.
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