Georgia’s Rome Office of Tourism and TRED (Trails and Recreation for Economic Development) are excited to announce the Georgia’s Rome Outdoor Pass, a new program that challenges visitors and locals to adventure outdoors.

Launching just in time for beautiful fall weather visits, the mobile passport leads participants to scenic trails and historic sites in an easy, mobile-friendly way. There are 14 different locations located throughout Rome and Floyd County to visit on the passport. Check in at six locations to receive a TRED water bottle. Check in at all 14 locations and receive a custom Georgia’s Rome T-shirt. Participants win prizes just by having fun!

“Our scenic trails and historic sites are surrounded by lively dining, shopping and entertainment options that make this passport a perfect invitation to enjoy Rome for the first time or get reacquainted and discover something new,” said Kristi Kent, Director of Communications for Georgia’s Rome Office of Tourism.

Here is how it works: Participants sign up for free with their name, e-mail address, and mobile phone number. A link is sent to their mobile phone, which opens the passport and directs the user to add the button icon to their home screen, where they can access it any time. There is never anything to download and no bulky apps to take up space on a user’s phone.

“Many of our visitors and residents love outdoor adventures but haven’t experienced all that Georgia’s Rome has to offer. TRED is excited to partner on this project to both showcase and incentivize use of our Rome and Floyd County trails,” said Julie Smith, Executive Director of TRED.

To access the free Georgia’s Rome Outdoor Pass, visit