Waterfalls

List of North Georgia Waterfalls

Amicalola Falls

Located within Amicalola State Park, the falls drop 729 feet in seven cascades; Amicalola is said to be the highest waterfall east of the Mississippi.

Anna Ruby Falls

Two observation decks offer a beautiful view of the twin falls.

Desoto Falls

A 2.5 mile trail begins at the bridge in the lower loop of DeSoto Falls Recreation Area.

Dukes Creek Falls

Follow a .3 mile trail as it winds its way into Dukes Creek Gorge, and dead-ends across from the 300-foot Dukes Creek Falls.

Fall Branch Falls

Fall Branch Falls is a double waterfall with mountain laurel and rhododendron growing along the trail and creek bank.

Helton Creek Falls

There are two falls on Helton Creek near Blairsville.

High Shoals Falls

Five falls in the 170 acre scenic area.

Jacks River Falls

Located in the Cohutta Wilderness Area on the Jacks River, this beautiful waterfall is the most visited site in the Cohuttas.

Long Creek Falls

Long Creek Falls is accessed via the Appalachian-Benton MacKaye Trails beginning at Three Forks.

Raven Cliffs Falls

Approach trail is 2.5 miles in the Raven Cliffs Wilderness area.

Sea Creek Falls

A 30-foot waterfall with a shallow pool at the bottom, about one hour from Blue Ridge.