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High Falls State Park

292 Reviews
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High Falls State Park

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suzie0570419 wrote a review Sep 2020
Jacksonville, Florida41 contributions9 helpful votes
We are campers and based on TA reviews chose Indian Springs to camp 7 nights and visited High Falls for a day trip. The falls and trails (walked 2) were beautiful. We're from FL and purchased a GA pass and asked the inside office girl (nearest the falls) if we could view the across and down the street campground. (locked w/code required gate 24/7 on one side ) Nope she said-must be a registered camper. I told her we were passholders staying at IS and wanted to check it out for future camping. Nope - said I could see the sites online - well yes, if they are available on the dates we're seeking. Still nope and no getting past her. She was either having a bad day or definitely took her authority seriously! On the smaller side - the lady at the hut said we could absolutely ride through that side (not impressed) Glad we chose IS to camp and HF for just the day.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Leah C wrote a review Aug 2020
California Desert, California30 contributions8 helpful votes
Beautiful place with lots of paths to walk or hike. The staff are friendly and informative. We recommend the visit.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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pflightnut wrote a review Aug 2020
Atlanta, Georgia30 contributions7 helpful votes
Stopped for a rest break, and nearly ruined our camper!! The driveway in and out at the gate/guard shack has so many large holes that you could do serious damage to your car and/or camper, and unfortunately, we did. In addition, the grassy areas hadn't been mowed in months. The restrooms hadn't been cleaned in probably as long. The picnic pavilion was covered with dirt dauber nests. Having read all the reviews about the ant problem, we would never camp here. Nonetheless, the staff we encountered by phone and in person were extremely pleasant and helpful. If the roads were in good repair, one could enjoy the scenery. The falls are nothing like north Georgia, but are a wonderful relief from this otherwise well below average state park.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Lashay wrote a review Jul 2020
Warner Robins, Georgia70 contributions4 helpful votes
There is a lot to do at this park, only $5 for parking. Unfortunately because of the virus the following are closed; trading post gift shop, boat rentals, swimming pool and I believe some of the other viewing access areas. All we did was walk around park and walk on the nature trail. It is a short trail that is very steep at some points. Great wildflowers and foliage. The viewing of the waterfalls was amazing. Camping area still open as well as picnic areas. Nearby attractions; whimsical botanical gardens (free) and dauset trails (free). You can’t beat that plus they are both less than 20 min away. Sad to say they are both closed due to virus. I was fortunate I was able to go a few years back.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Jeff K wrote a review Jul 2020
108 contributions21 helpful votes
This was our first time heading south from Atlanta to see waterfalls. Lots of them up north but just a few south (I think). Very picturesque. Park car in the state park lot (need annual pass or pay $5). Trail is across the street. Very short 10 minute walk to falls. Trail has lots of large rocks/boulders. But there are handrails for a lot of it. Don’t forget to observe the dam from the the parking lot.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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