Although it's hard to get the majority of people to agree on anything,
one thing that most of us would agree on is the majestic splendor of
waterfalls. And fortunately for residents and visitors to the Northeast
Georgia Mountains, our area is full of them. From Amicalola's 729 feet
of cascades, to Raven Cliff's peculiar presentation, Northeast Georgia
waterfalls never disappoint. And although only a handful of waterfalls are visible from the road or
parking lots, most are easily reached with a short walk or hike.
The following list contains information and directions to some of Northeast Georgia's most popular waterfalls. So put on those walking shoes, get out there, stretch those legs, breath some fresh air and enjoy these natural wonders that lighten the heart and stir the soul!
Photographer Jack Anthony has been all over north Georgia photographing the beautiful falls. See his web site to view many of these North Georgia falls and purchase a beautiful Waterfall 18x24 inch poster that shows 20 of the major waterfalls in the region.
Raven Cliff Falls
Panther Creek Falls
Mud Creek Falls
Clayton/Rabun County Area: Take Highway 441 north to Dillard. Turn right on GA Highway 246 and follow signs to Sky Valley. At Sky Valley's entrance gate, turn left. Turn right on Tahoe Road and follow to the falls.
Mill Creek Falls
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