Tallulah Gorge Review, Tallulah Falls, GA

This is our second hosting experience at Tallulah Gorge State Park. It's a nice park for campers. They have two comfort stations for 50 sites. They have quite a few paved pull-through sites for larger rigs. The roads are a little narrow but it is possible to get a 40-foot unit into the park.

The gorge is beautiful, especially if you're in good enough health to go down to the bottom! My knees don't like stairs, so I didn't get to go, but I've seen pictures and it is worth the climb if possible. A permit is required to go into the gorge and for some of the cycling trails. Check with the Interpretative Center for rules and regulations.

The Interpretative Center is worth a visit, there is a small museum area with displays of local animals and plants that children and adults alike may find fun and informative. The gift shop has some very unique items for souvenirs. Park staff is friendly and helpful.

Tallulah Falls is close to many areas of interest, such as Helen and Dahlonega and Vogel is just an hour and a half away too! The park sits just a few miles from South and North Carolina making a trip to Franklin, Cherokee, and Anderson, South Carolina easy trips!

I've included fall pics of the gorge, pics from the bottom of the gorge and pics from the first snow of the season. Enjoy!


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