A visit to McLemore offers far more than the beautiful amenities located on the 800 acre property. We also provide you with an introduction to tens of thousands of acres of protected natural areas, as well as miles and miles of trails and rural country roads to explore at your leisure.
Enjoy exploring the area around McLemore by car, bicycle or foot. The landscape is filled with a diversity of plant life, rock formations and wildlife. Pack a picnic and fill your water bottles for a day of activity in and around Lookout Mountain, Pigeon Mountain and lush McLemore Cove.
One of the best way to explore the natural surroundings of McLemore is by foot. The area is lined with over one hundred miles of hiking trails through forests and alongside the the eastern and western cliff edges of Lookout and Pigeon Mountains.
Renowned internationally as a cycling destination, the roads around McLemore have been the site of the Tour of Georgia, the U.S. Professional National Cycling Championships and multiple Ironman competitions. Discover for yourself why this area is one of the sport's favorite locations.
Climbing & Bouldering
Massive boulder fields and tall outcroppings of ancient sandstone attract thousands of climbing enthusiasts to the McLemore area each year from throughout the United States.
Hang gliding is not just a sport for the fearless. It is also a beautiful sport to watch safely from the sidelines. Lookout Mountain is nationally-recognized as one of North America's premiere hang gliding communities.
Fascinated by the ground beneath your feet? Lookout Mountain and Pigeon Mountain attract thousands of caving enthusiasts each year who descend through limestone caverns and tunnels to discover the natural beauty of ancient, subterranean rock formations.
Take the day, weekend or week off to simply kick up your feet, watch the sunset and enjoy the wind in your hair. McLemore offers the perfect mountaintop setting for relaxing and unwinding from hectic schedules, congested traffic and the busyness of life.