Tallulah River Walk

Hwy. 441 North, Tallulah Falls, Georgia, USA, 30573
(706) 754–5764


Surrounded by the beauty of the Chattahoochee National Forest and near Lakes Tallulah and Rabun, Tallulah River Walk offers its guests breathtaking scenery as well as a variety of outdoor activities.

Beginning from the center of Tallulah Falls, you can follow a 500-yard walking trail along the upper edge of Tallulah Gorge, believed to be the oldest natural gorge on the continent. Stop at one of the pavilions along the trail to see some of the rock formations, flora and fauna, and the five waterfalls in the more than 1,000-foot-deep gorge. To the south of the resort is the mountain community of Toccoa, popular with tourists for the water recreation activities on Lake Hartwell. Since the early 19th century tourists have been coming to the town to see the 186-foot-high Toccoa Falls, not only for their beauty, but because they are higher than Niagara Falls.


The resort has a pavilion, outdoor pool, playground, picnic area, horseshoes, miniature golf, river fishing (license required), beach area, river tubing, hiking trails, and local tours. One and one-half miles of river frontage. Dump station.


Cabins, Sleep 6, $65-$75

Resort Facts

Open year-round High-Use Seasonal Period: May 15 through September 15 Sites: 40 Full / 120 Partial Check in: 2 PM Check out: 11 AM Maximum Electrical: 50 amps Maximum RV Length: 40 ft.


34.737358, -83.393101

Nine miles south of Clayton.