We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews ceiling fan fire ring dollar store hiking trails nice view of the lake fishing dock tree roots family reunion beautiful hike enjoy nature bunk beds picnic lunch campground yurt dam sites campers
If you approach the park from I-75, be aware that the first major sign you'll see (on your right) is misleading. It leads to a Dollar General store, some restaurant, and a camp-ground. Just beyond that are two roads to your left, on either side...More
We camped at River site 5. Besides some challenges with trees as we backed into the site, we love this park! The site has a fire ring and picnic table. Everyone is nice. The campsite is spacious and relatively private. The showerhouse close by is...More
We thought we'd actually see the falls, but unfortunately this area of Georgia has been in a drought. There was no water coming over the dam, only through the spillway. We'll go back once the drought is over. It appears to be a very nice...More
We stayed in Yurt #5 for two nights and had a HORRIBLE ant problem, despite keeping the yurt clean and rid of any food debris. The ants were also in the bathrooms, especially in the shower, and even made it into my car even after...More
We stayed over Labor Day weekend in the yurts. The yurts have a beautiful view of the lake and easy access for us to put our kayaks in. Restrooms were clean and frequently maintained throughout the weekend. We did have a problem with ants despite...More
I was looking for a nearby waterfall which did not have a long hike because my girlfriend just had ACL surgery and this one was literally right off the road… I was a little disappointed to see all the no swimming signs but one review...More
Pit stop in Jackson! Trail is well maintained, clearly marked and easy for a 3 yr old to navigate, although there were spots where I would have have to assist. The views are amazing and your able to get to the rocks - although I'm...More
Atlanta to Savannah roadtrip - any interesting stops? (5 Replies)
Hi Guys, I'll planning a short trip to Georgia for late January/early February. Staying in Atlanta first and then hoping to drive to Savannah for couple of days. Can anyone suggest any good stopovers (activities like hiking trails or just good restaurants) on the I-75 between the two cities, please (or not too far from it)? From my initial research I'm thinking of visiting High Falls State Park and perhaps The Indian Springs S.P. as well. Anything else, perhaps closer to Savannah,...More
January 08, 2017|
Ocmulgee Indian mounds national monument in Macon. Charles Harrold nature preserve in Metter.
St. Petersburg, Florida
Dogs allowed on trails at High Falls State Park? (1 Replies)
Hi there: I'll be roadtripping with my two dogs and would like to plan a stop along 75 in GA. I am thinking about High Falls State Park but was curious if dogs are allowed on the trails at this park. I checked the state park website but it wasn't very specific regarding trails so I am looking for anyone with experience at this park to provide some info. I see dogs are okay to enter on leads in the park and at campgrounds. Really interested in a short trail hike/walk about 2 miles or so...More