Amicalola Falls In Georgia Will Soon Be Surrounded By Beautiful Fall Colors
It’s about that time, Georgians—the time when the leaves begin to change color and fall takes shape. We’re lucky to be in a state that offers up such a magical transformation every autumn. What better place to witness the changing of the leaves than at the base of a towering waterfall?! Soon, Amicalola Falls in Georgia will be surrounded by leaves of amber, red, orange, and yellow in what is expected to be an enchanted way to welcome autumn. Continue reading to learn what makes this famous Georgia waterfall particularly stunning in the fall season. (Of course, locals already know that Georgia in the fall is simply the best!)
Have you ever visited Amicalola Falls in Georgia during the autumn season before? Share with us your experience in the comments section! Or if you’re looking for more information about what to expect from visiting this waterfall seasonally, check out Amicalola Falls Lodge online. And don’t forget to check out this amazing treehouse cabin in Georgia less than 45 minutes from the waterfall!
Here’s a list of must-visit waterfalls in Georgia you can check out too.
Looking for even more travel inspiration? Check out the below footage of Amicalola Falls surrounded by autumn colors. It’s sure to take your breath away!
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What are the best parks to visit in Georgia in the fall?
If you're hoping to see fall foliage in Georgia, all you need to do is get outside! Below you'll find a list of some of the best parks to visit in Georgia in the fall:
- Amicalola Falls State Park, Dawsonville
- Chattahoochee Bend State Park, Newnan
- Cloudland Canyon State Park, Rising Fawn
- F.D. Roosevelt State Park, Pine Mountain
- Fort Yargo State Park, Winder
- Vogel State Park, Union
- Red Top Mountain State Park, Emerson
- Panola Mountain State Park, Henry County
- Black Rock Mountain State Park, Mountain City
- High Falls State Park, Jackson
Of course, any of the above state parks are stunning destinations to visit any time of the year. We just think fall is the best! Learn more about planning your trip to Georgia's best state parks.
What are some great fall hiking trails in Georgia?
Below you'll find a list of the best hiking destinations in Georgia during the fall season:
- Moccasin Creek Park
- Tallulah Gorge State Park
- Smithgall Woods State Park
- Unicoi State Park
- Amicalola Falls State Park
- Cloudland Canyon State Park
- Vogel State Park
- Black Rock Mountain State Park
Hiking in Georgia is always a good idea. Just be sure you are prepared before you leave for your adventure! Check out our ultimate hiking packing list. How many of these amazing hiking destinations in Georgia would you add to your bucket list?