great park has good trails that can give you a good workout , you can take a trail to start the Appalachian Trail or go t the Hike Inn a backwoods resort, and many other things
This 730ft cascading waterfall is accessible by stairs and bridge from top to bottom. It's proximity to Atlanta can cause the area around the falls to fill up quick so the earlier or colder the better. Besides camping this park also accesses Len Foote Hike Inn one of Georgia's only backcountry lodges.
If you're taking off on the AT, then you need to get walking. However, if you want a small taste of the AT and would like to camp out near the starting point, then this is a great place to be. Even if your adventuring has nothing to do with the AT, and you want some great north Georgia camping, it's still a great spot.
Loved hiking here and the cabins are awesome.
Great place to go hiking in the outdoors with friends and family.
This was one of the unexpected highlights of our trip to the Smokey Mountains. Amazing views, good walking/hiking. A bit strenuous climbing the 400+ steps from the base of the waterfall to the top, but well worth it!