This One Destination Has The Absolute Bluest Water In Georgia

There are quite a few places in Georgia that serve up some seriously blue water. Now, before your brain starts drumming up Bora Bora-type blue water, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Georgia doesn’t have tropical blue water. In fact, due to the abundance of red clay throughout the watering holes, waterfalls, and huge bodies of water, you really won’t find any turquoise blue water in Georgia any time soon. Unless you count this hidden gem: This Hidden Beach In Georgia Will Take You A Million Miles Away From It All. But Georgia does have some pretty fantastic spots that have a cool, rich blue color. One that perhaps you can’t find anywhere else in the state. Personally, I’ve seen quite a few waterfalls and watering holes in Georgia, but I think this particular spot takes the cake for the bluest water in the state. Here’s why:

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If you want to make the trip to visit these stunning falls, then head to:

122 Cloudland Canyon Park Rd, Rising Fawn, GA 30738

Otherwise, thanks to YouTuber Mountain Do, we have a firsthand look at what it’s like to hike to Cherokee Falls. See for yourself in the video just how blue that water can get, even during the wintertime.

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