USA April 07, 2020
This Little Known State Park May Be The Best Kept Secret In The U.S.
Oftentimes when people are planning trips to travel through the country, they base their vacations around America’s beautiful natural attractions and national parks. But if you’re looking to explore a place where you won’t have to deal with a swarm of tourists, then this lesser-known state park in the South may be exactly what you need.
Home to the deepest canyon east of the Mississippi River, Tallulah Gorge State Park in Georgia is an absolute must-see.
Running along the floor of the gorge in the park, the Tallulah River wows visitors with its stunning color and tranquility.
But the main star of the park is Tallulah Falls, made up of six cascading falls where the river drops 500 feet and creates one of the most eye-catching views in the South.
The 2,698-acre state park is actually filled with endless waterfalls all along the Tallulah River and in other areas as well.
There's even a suspension bridge that every adventurer will love making their way across - a trek that includes unforgettably rewarding views. This state park really has it all!
Throughout the park, you'll have the opportunity to discover plenty of overlooks and lookout points.
And along the way, you'll want to keep an eye out for all the different wildlife that call Tallulah Gorge home.
During the summer, you'll find people enjoying the park's sliding rock - a natural water slide that will instantly cool you off when you take a ride.
A great day trip to take and an amazing place to go camping and plan an entire vacation around, Tallulah Gorge State Park in Georgia is one state park you won't want to underestimate.
To learn more about Tallulah George State Park, head on over to the official website for Georgia's Department of Natural Resources, State Parks, And Historic Sites
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