- Minnehaha Falls is 1.6 miles from the Lake Seed Dam, about a five minute walk from the parking area on Bear Gap Road.
- Angel Falls & Panther Falls are both located along Joe Branch Creek. Starting from the rear of the Rabun Beach Camping Area #2, it is a moderately strenuous one mile hike to the viewing bridge at the foot of Angel Falls. Panther Falls is located along the same trail at the ½ mile mark. Above Panther Falls, the trail ascends through a heavy rhododendron canopy along a number of other cascades.
- Holcomb Creek Falls & Ammons Falls. The moderately strenuous 0.3-mile trail to Holcomb Falls begins at the junction of FS-7 and FS-86, 6.5 miles off Warwoman Road. The trail descends steadily until it reaches the observation bridge at the falls. Continuing on the trail of one quarter of a mile leads to the viewing deck at Ammons Falls.
- Bad Branch Falls is 3.2 miles from the Lake Seed Dam. Take Lake Rabun Road to the dam, then cross the lake below the dam and go 0.3 miles to the stop sign and turn right on Crow Creek Road. Follow Crow Creek Road for 2.9 miles. The unmarked trailhead will be on the left. Allow five minutes for an easy to the falls.
- Tallulah Gorge State Park is home to five major falls: Hurricane (96’), L’Eau d’Or (46’), Tempesta (76’), Oceana (50’), and Bridal Veil (17’). Each April and November, Georgia Power releases water on weekends to increase the water flow for recreational purposes. A three-mile loop trail gives access to several overlooks and includes steps descending to a suspension bridge spanning the gorge within 85 feel of the gorge floor.
- Dicks Creek Falls plunges 60 feet into the Chattooga River on the eastern side of Rabun County. Follow Warwoman Road 5.8 miles east from Clayton, then turn right on Sandy Ford Road. Follow Sandy Ford Road for four miles to the trailhead at the ford on Dicks Creek. Hike a ½ miles downstream to the falls.
- Hemlock Falls is in Moccasin Creek State Park on Lake Burton. From the trailhead, follow the trail about one mile up the left side of the creek, crossing the creek on a wooden bridge shortly before reaching the falls.
- Stonewall Creek Falls. Follow Old Hwy 441 north to FS-20 on the left. Follow FS-20 1.7 miles to a primitive camping area at the base of the falls.
- Darnell Falls is in the Chattahoochee National Forest in Rabun Gap. Travel north six miles out of Clayton on U.S. 441 and turn at Kelly’s Creek Road. Go one mile to Darnell Creek Road. Follow Darnell Creek Road and bear left at the fork. The pavement ends here. Continue about 0.3 miles to a second fork. Park and walk down the right fork of the road approximately 200 yards to the falls.
- Becky Branch Falls. Follow the Bartram Trail north from Warwoman Dell approximately 0.25 miles to a foot bridge at the base of the falls. The trail will ascend steeply in places.
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