Go Chasing Waterfalls At Georgia State Parks
Discover the most breathtaking waterfalls across Georgia's State Parks. Below is a list of our state's awe-inspiring waterfalls. Don't miss out on the exclusive savings available with your Friends membership when you embark on your adventures at Georgia's State Parks. If you don't have a membership, click here to become a member today and unlock even more savings as you explore these hidden gems.
Amicalola Falls State Park
Description: Amicalola Falls is the tallest cascading waterfall on the East Coast. It is located in the North Georgia mountains at 729 feet high. Visitors can hike the tail using the stairs, providing a stroller and wheelchair access to view this gorgeous waterfall. Click here to explore more of Amicalola Falls State Parks.
Location: Dawsonville, GA
Cloudland Canyon State Park
Description: Nestled in the western part of Lookout Mountain, Cloudland Canyon is a must-see for waterfall seekers. Adventure through the park to explore the spectacular waterfall, cascading creeks, deep canyons, and natural caves. Some top-ranked hiking paths for visitors to experience include the short Overlook Trail, the strenuous Waterfalls Trail, and the moderate West Rim Loop Trail. Click here to explore more of Cloudland Canyon State Park.
Location: Rising Fawn, GA
Tallulah Gorge State Park
Description: Considered the most stunning canyons in the East, Tallulah Gorge State Park is roughly two miles long and one thousand feet deep. Visitors can hike down the strenuous stairway to the gorge floor to experience the six waterfalls and suspension bridge of the breathtaking views. A limited amount of daily permits are provided at the visitor's center for guests to visit the gorge.. Click here to explore more of Tallulah Gorge State Park.
Location: Tallulah Falls, GA
High Falls State Park
Description: Located off I-75 on the Towaliga River, High Falls State Park is a must-see waterfall near south Atlanta. Visitors can enjoy hiking trails and boat rentals to explore the fantastic park with well-known fishing spots around the lake. Click here to explore more of High Falls State Park.
Location: Jackson, GA
Black Rock Mountain State Park
Description: Black Rock Mountain is snuggled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the highest elevation of any Georgia State Park. Experience the winding road of genuine beauty towards the park, with several locations to stop and sightsee. Visitors can hike one of the four trails to explore the streams, waterfalls, and outstanding rich forest. Click here to explore more of Black Rock Mountain State Park.
Location: Mountain City, GA
Vogel State Park
Description: Ranked one of the top state parks for Rvers, Vogel State Park is one of the oldest state parks and a true beauty. Vogel is located at the bottom of Blood Mountain in the Chattahoochee National Forest, approximately 2500 feet above sea level. With a wide range of hiking trails, guests can find routes from 4 miles to the extreme 13-mile Coosa Backcountry Trail. Click here to explore more of Vogel State Park.
Location: Blairsville, GA
F.D. Roosevelt State Park
Description: Home to the famous 23-mile Pine Mountain Trail, F.D Roosevelt State Park is the largest Georgia State Park with more than 9,000 acres of beauty. This park offers a mixture of history and exceptional nature views that President Franklin D. Roosevelt enjoyed visiting himself. Click here to explore more of F.D. Roosevelt State Park.
Location: Pine Mountain, GA
Moccasin Creek State Park
Description: Moccasin Creek State Park is located on Lake Burton in Northeast Georgia and is " where spring spends the summer." Guest can explore the multiple waterfalls along the hiking trails, specifically the Hemlock Falls Trail that leads to Hemlock Falls. Click here to explore more of Moccasin Creek State Park.
Location: Clarkesville, GA
Embark on your waterfall adventure amidst the scenic splendors of Georgia's State Parks. And while you chase these mesmerizing cascades, be sure to share your experiences with us. Tag #friendsofgastateparks on Instagram and Facebook to connect with fellow adventurers and inspire others to explore the natural beauty of our state. 🌊🌳📸