Bluffs of Weiss


Weiss Lake Property Daytrip to Cave Spring: A Classic Small Southern Town

Cave Spring, a picturesque village surrounded by rivers, is located 50 miles southwest of Rome, Georgia. This early American town is a tourist’s delight with its famous springs, antique shops, and picture perfect perks. Enthusiasts, travelers, artists, painters and nature-lovers from different corners of the world are pouring into Cave Spring which is peppered with shady trees, cascaded with crystal-clear streams and surrounded by scenic mountain settings.

On this Weiss Lake property daytrip, there are plenty of places to browse in Cave Spring. The main town’s square has specialty stores that cater to the needs of the tourists as well as the local residents. Cave Spring holds an enduring interest for those who are into antique collecting. The shops are packed with various kinds of antique goods, which constantly tempt buyers and lookers alike.

Rolater Park

On a visit to Cave Spring the tourists never miss a visit to the 29-acre picture-perfect Rolater Park. This park is quite popular in the Spring and Summer months. Water from the natural limestone caves is refreshing and pure and is believed to have some medicinal properties too. The beautiful springs flow into a glistening pond and thereafter into a 1.5-acre swimming pool, which is shaped like the State of Georgia.

Rolater Park offers various facilities including rest rooms, play ground, joy rides, beautiful picnic spots and various kinds of water games for the picnickers.

Oak Hill

A visit to Oak Hill, the Berry ancestral home and gardens and the Martha Berry Museum reveals the spirit of one of the most outstanding women in Georgia history. The newly renovated Martha Berry Museum traces the growth of her mission and its fulfillment. She was a great personality of this small town and a visit to the Martha Berry Museum will confirm her dedication and sacrifice for the cause for which she lived and died.

Cultural Heritage

Cave Spring has a long cultural heritage. Various kinds of cultural activities and festivals can be witnessed in this town all the year round. You can enjoy a play in a theatre hall or can join the oldest symphony in the South for an outdoor concert.

Water Activities

With three rivers crisscrossing the town, Cave Spring offers plenty of waterways for fishing, canoeing and boating. You can enjoy various kinds of water adventure games through out the year. For instance, Rome’s Coosa River Christmas Light Boat Parade is a floating extravaganza of twinkling, holiday decorated boats, complete with music filling the air and fireworks lighting up the night sky.

A walk down the hilly tracts is an adventurer’s joy as you will discover various kinds of nameless wild flowers or if luck favors you can even run into some wild life visitors like white tail deer, Turkey, or water fowl. Nature is at her superb beauty in Cave Spring.