The Shirley Miller Wildflower Trail In Georgia Will Lead You Straight To A Hidden Waterfall

It’s hard to pass up an opportunity to visit a wildflower trail during the springtime in Georgia, especially if that trail ends up at an ethereal waterfall finish. The Shirley Miller Wildflower Trail in Georgia is as beautiful as it gets, clocking in at less than 1-mile out-and-back. While you may see the phrase “private property” when searching the hike, don’t worry — this simply means that you will need to obtain a Go Outdoors Georgia Hunting, Fishing, or Lands Pass License in order to visit, which you can purchase online. You can obtain the permit by clicking here. So, without further adieu, who’s ready to hike the Shirley Miller Wildflower Trail?!

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Address: 299 Pocket Rd, Chickamauga, GA 30707, USA