Cloudland Brow is located off of State Route 157 one mile northeast of Cloudland, GA, a northwest Georgia community on Lookout Mountain that is the size of a postage stamp.  Mentone, Alabama, only 10 minutes away, is a place where time stands still. Mentone is a quaint mountaintop enclave of artists, thinkers, adventurers and vacationers where a log cabin village of shops, three restaurants, an art gallery and a gas station with outstanding burgers exist. It’s a diverse, yet tight-knit, community.


Drive Times:

Mentone, AL               10 minutes

Rome, GA                   40 minutes

Chattanooga, TN         1 hour

Atlanta, GA                 1 hour and 45 minutes


McLemore Golf Course – Less than 20 minutes from Cloudland Brow, internationally recognized golf course architects, Rees Jones and Bill Bergin, have redesigned the private 18-hole Course at McLemore, making it a highly desirable golf course to play with grand mountain views.


Little River Canyon – The Little River flows along through Lookout Mountain in Northeast Alabama. Forested uplands, waterfalls, canyon rims and bluffs, pools, boulders, and sandstone cliffs offer settings for a variety of recreational activities.  A fantastic way to spend the day with the family.  Little River Canyon is only 25 minutes from Cloudland Brow.


Desoto State Park - Nestled atop beautiful Lookout Mountain in scenic Northeast Alabama and accented by many rushing waterfalls and fragrant wildflowers that will simply take your breath away. Whether a nature hobbyist, outdoor enthusiast, or sporting fanatic - DeSoto State Park has plenty to do to keep you pleasantly entertained. Kayaking, fishing, hiking, biking, cycling, rappelling, bouldering, picnicking, wildflower expeditions, and just plain exploring nature, Desoto has it all.  Desoto state park is just under 20 minutes from Cloudland Brow.

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Little River Canyon


Lying within the United States’ humid subtropical zone, the area offers a mild, pleasant climate and four distinct seasons. Spring arrives in March with mild days and cool nights, and by late May, temperatures have warmed up considerably to herald warm summer days. However, the mountain’s elevation gives a summertime temperature reprieve. On average, July is the warmest month of the year. The summer months tend to receive more precipitation than other times of the year, and the area has an average annual rainfall of 55 inches. Fall is marked by mild to warm days and cooler nights. Winter is usually mild, with the coldest days featuring lows near or slightly above freezing and highs in the upper 40s to mid-50s. Snow occurs sporadically, with an average annual accumulation of approximately 2 inches.