Top 3 Waterfalls in North Georgia

 If you’re looking for your next mountain getaway, North Georgia is the spot for you. When you book your stay with North Georgia Vacation Spots, you’ll be central to everything this beautiful mountain landscape has to offer you. With various cabin choices available, you can choose from riverside cabins, rentals with mountain views, secluded cabins, and even a cabin that can accommodate your best furry friend!  
From gorgeous woodlands to activities like white water rafting ready for your enjoyment, there’s something for everyone hiding in the mountains of North Georgia, and waterfalls are no exception. It’s no secret that exploring the outdoors is the best way to truly experience the natural landscape that surrounds your vacation rental, and with plenty of North Georgia waterfalls to enjoy, you’ll want to spend almost all of your time in North Georgia seeking these beautiful natural phenomena.  

Ellijay: Tumbling Waters

 While this isn’t the largest North Georgia waterfall, it is one of the most accessible. As the peak of the Tumbling Waters Trail, just outside of Ellijay, you’ll be greeted by running water doing just what its name suggests: tumbling over the rocks. This is a short, one-mile hike, so it’s fairly accessible to every 
type of traveler. Dogs are also allowed to hike this busy trail, so be sure to bring your furry friend out with you to enjoy Tumbling Waters. 

Blue Ridge: Amicalola Falls

 Easily one of the most famous North Georgia waterfalls, Amicalola Falls is located in North Georgia’s Blue Ridge. Amicalola Falls is also known as being the tallest waterfall east of the Mississippi River, standing at an impressive 729 feet. The waterfall is located in Georgia’s Amicalola Falls State Park, and people know it as one of Georgia’s own seven natural wonders. Dogs are also allowed at the falls, and you’re even allowed to swim at the base of the falls when you get there if you need to cool off on a hot day. Amicalola Falls is also known as the southernmost point of the Appalachian Trail, making it a renowned landmark for hikers all over the world and a sight you definitely shouldn’t miss. 

Jasper: Padgett Falls

 The best North Georgia waterfall in the Jasper area is definitely Padgett Falls. While you can’t actually approach the falls, as it is on private property, it’s perfectly accessible for viewing from the nearby road. Padgett Falls cascades at a smooth 30 feet and is best viewed from Upper Salem Church Road. This North Georgia waterfall, in particular, flows year-round, and some locals even say it’s best viewed in the winter months.  

Nearby North Georgia Waterfalls

 With its stunning surrounding natural landscape, there’s really no better choice for your next mountain getaway than North Georgia. When you travel here and book your stay with North Georgia Vacation Spots, you’ll be guaranteed a rental cabin surrounded by North Georgia’s beautiful hardwood forests, and located close to each of these unique waterfalls, and more. There’s always more to explore when it comes to North Georgia’s mountains, and more than enough to keep you wanting to come back for a visit, year after year.