You’ll find quite a few impressive natural attractions throughout the state of Georgia. From driving to the very top of Brasstown Bald to hiking through the marshlands along the coast, there is much to do to get your fill of the great outdoors. Among the best is taking one of the incredible waterfall hikes in Georgia. How many of these amazing hiking trails in Georgia with waterfalls have you already finished?

Have you ever tackled any of these hikes before? Which do you think are the best hikes in Georgia? Share with us your favorites in the comments section! We love learning about your favorite spots all over the state.

If you’d like to explore more hiking trails around any of these locales you can find some great trails by going to the overall AllTrails+ website.

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Where can we find botanical gardens in Georgia?

  • The Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain features 2,500 acres of cultivated plants include the world's largest display of hollies.
  • The State Botanical Garden of Georgia in Athens encompasses five miles of nature trails and is considered to be an international garden.
  • The Vines Botanical Garden in Loganville feature fountains, a koi pond, and a manor house.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other beautiful botanical gardens in Georgia.

Where can we find lakes in Georgia?

  • Lake Blackshear is a man-made lake on the Flint River that was created by a dam.
  • Lake Lanier just north of Atlanta is popular for boating, fishing, and swimming.
  • Lake Blue Ridge is a favorite spot for kayaking, swimming, and fishing.

Read on to learn more about some of the other popular lakes in Georgia.

Where can we find campgrounds in Georgia?

  • Indian Springs State Park in Flovilla features campgrounds with everything from cottages to campsites that cater to all types of camping needs.
  • The Pine Lake Campground in Bishop offers year-round camping with amazing lakeside views.
  • At the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in Folkston you have to paddle in by canoe or kayak to get to your camping dock.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other wonderful campgrounds in Georgia.

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