This 1.5-Mile Trail In Georgia Leads To Blossoming Wildflowers And A Cascading Waterfall

Vogel State Park in Union County is the second oldest state park in Georgia. Established in 1931, this park has grown into over 200-acres of natural beauty at the base of Blood Mountain. But you don’t need to spend all day here to get a taste of the great outdoors, although you might want to. We have a 1.5-mile trek along the Lake Trahlyta Trail that will take you through blossoming wildflowers and to a waterfall finish. Who’s ready to trek?!

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Have you ever hiked the Lake Trahlyta Trail in Georgia before? Share with us your experience in the comments section! Or if you’re looking for more information about this hike, such as current trail conditions, then check out the AllTrails website.

Address: Lake Trahlyta, Georgia 30512, USA