These are the five most beautiful waterfalls located in the state of Georgia. There are many waterfalls in Georgia and most of them are located in the northern part of the state.
That includes the five beautiful Georgia waterfalls listed in this article. All five of these waterfalls are located within a couple hours drive from Atlanta, Georgia. There are plenty of campsites, lodges, motels and hotels near all of these waterfalls in Georgia for visitors who want to stay overnight or make a vacation out of viewing them.
Five Most Beautiful Waterfalls in Georgia
Located in Amicalola Fall State Park off Highway 52 between the cities of Ellijay and Dahlonega in the town of Dawsonville in northern Georgia is the 729 foot high Amicolola Falls. Considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia, Amicalola Falls is the highest waterfall in Georgia as it tumbles down a mountainside not too far from Springer Mountain. Springer Mountain is the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail.
There is a guest lodge in Amicalola State Park, as well as cabins and campsites, and a restaurant. There are also plenty of hotels, motels and other accommodations in the area for visitors, vacationers and tourists to Amicalola Falls.
Toccoa Falls drops 186 feet straight over a cliff face on the campus of Toccoa Falls College located just north of the city of Toccoa in northeastern Georgia. In the Cherokee language, Toccoa means beautiful, and they got it right with this waterfall. For more see Toccoa Falls - Beautiful Scenic University Waterfall in GA.
Anna Ruby Falls
Anna Ruby Falls tumbles 153 feet along Curtis Creek and 50 feet along York Creek where the two streams converge along Anna Ruby Falls Road to form Smith Creek in northeastern Georgia. To reach this beautiful waterfall named Anna Ruby Falls, go to Unicoi State Park along Route 356 north of the city of Helen, Georgia, and drive up past Unicoi Lake to Anna Ruby Falls Road.
Raven Cliff Falls
Raven Cliff Falls is a beautiful waterfall in northern Georgia that consists of three drops totaling some 100 feet along Dodd Creek along the Raven Cliff Falls trail. The trailhead for Raven Cliff Falls trail can be reached along the Richard Russell Scenic Highway (Route 348) west of Helen, Georgia.
Tallulah Gorge Falls
Located along a one mile stretch on the Tallulah River through Tallula Gorge are a series of six beautiful waterfalls known collectively known as Tallulah Gorge Falls. The six falls drop a total of some 490 feet in Tallulah Gorge State Park located in the town of Tallulah Falls in northeastern Georgia.
Tallulah Gorge is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia. Tallaluh Falls Lake is a reservoir built above the gorge that siphons off water for hydroelectricity, and decreases the flow of water through the gorge. There are plenty of campsites, lodges, hotels and motels in the area for tourists, vacationers and visitors.
For more see The Three Greatest Waterfalls in the World