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Cabins
Dispersed
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RV Sites
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Yurts
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About High Falls State Park
Access
Drive In, Walk In, Boat In
Operator
State
Features
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
No WiFi
Location
High Falls State Park is located in Georgia
Latitude
33.179 N
Longitude
-84.021 W
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26 Reviews of High Falls State Park
Quiet and shady sites

Nice state park that is quiet and shady sites. 30 & 50 amp electric and water only.

A little cold but fun!

We went in late October. It was a bit cold but fun all the same! The hiking trail was easy enough for everyone (including younger kids). The playground was pretty big and newer (and also had swings!). Bath house was kept very clean and camp hosts and staff were friendly and helpful all around. There are several sites that overlook the lake (but we booked too late for those), but all the sites seem to be pretty big. They also have a mini golf course, and nearby Indian Springs State Park for even more variety.

Great park and falls

High Falls State Park was clean and friendly. We stayed during week days and there were plants of spots available. The falls are very picturesque. We did not hike the trails but we did ride our bikes which was fun. We had a 50 amp hookup, water, table and grill out. There were two dump stations. Highly recommend.

Great park and falls

High Falls State Park was clean and friendly. We stayed during week days and there were plants of spots available. The falls are very picturesque. We did not hike the trails but we did ride our bikes which was fun. We had a 50 amp hookup, water, table and grill out. There were two dump stations. Highly recommend.

Love it!!

We stayed a little over 2 months here. It was myself(female 48),my boyfriend (48), our friend and my bfs co worker (male 50), and our 100 lb pitbull (4) The place is beautiful. The people are friendly and their pet policy is very lenient. The bath houses were clean. I would recommend this place and I would definitely camp here again.

Falls and hiking

We stayed a week here. Campground was clean, friendly, hot showers. Sites were roomy but no barriers between sites. We camped in January so not a lot of people. Dog friendly and several trails to hike. Falls were a great site to see. We did not really leave Park area but really enjoyed our stay and the people we met.

Good water sports

Rent a kayak, canoe, or paddle boat. Go fishing. Play mini golf. Go swimming in the pool. Hike to the falls. See historical ruins. There’s a decent number of activities here. There are two campgrounds. One follows the river and is more spread out. The other is the lake campground. It’s more of your typical campground with rv sites and facilities- restrooms, showers, laundry. Kayak rental is really reasonably priced, too.

Nice lake

It was pretty nice, fairly small. The lake is big and has good fishing. Past the dam is a nice river with a hiking trail.

A quick weekend trip

Easy to get into with any type of camper or tent. There are multiple bath houses, playground for the kids and all the amenities for the lake. There is hiking, swimming, fishing, boating, kayaks rentals and the trails are well marked and easy. You can also rent yurts and other stuff to camp in.

Loved it

It is easy to get in and out of with a camper or a tent.trails are mild and the fishing is awesome