Little Rock Creek Falls

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Fall size:20'

Beauty Scale:8
(1-worth seeing-10 awesome)

Activities: hiking,

Facilities: none

Fees: none

Closest town: Suches, Georgia

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Little Rock Creek Falls

There are several small falls before the main one. Due to storm damage, the trail is a difficult footpath that follows the left side of the creek and goes only part way to the falls. Don't go farther than this unless you are careful because there are dangerous, slippery rocks..

The pathway has crude white blazes but is very hard to keep track of in places. At .15 of a mile cross a small wet weather branch as you trace a hollow. At .35 of a mile cross another small branch while passing through a second hollow. At .45 of a mile arrive at the fall's viewing area.


From Blue Ridge follow old US 76 east 5 miles to the intersection with GA 60 South at Lakewood Junction. Continue south on GA 60, 11.3 miles through the small town of Morganton. There is an old but still-operational mill on the northeast side of the highway. A commercial campground is also located on this site. After crossing Skeenah Creek, continue south on GA 60 another 3.1 miles to the intersection with FS 69, Fish Hatchery Road, on the right. Turn onto this road and go about 3 miles to where the road crosses Little Rock Creek. There is a bridge and a small pull-out area here.