Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites
Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge
FACILITIES AVAILABLE:
Visit AmicalolaFallsLodge.com or call 800-573-9656 for more information.

Spectacular scenery and hiking trails make this one of Georgia’s most popular state parks. At 729 feet, Amicalola Falls is the tallest cascading waterfall in the Southeast. Visitors have choices on how to best view the tumbling waters, ranging from an accessible pathway to a challenging trail with staircases. Those who tackle the latter can join the park’s Canyon Climbers Club. An 8.5-mile trail leads from the park to Springer Mountain, the southern end of the famous 2,175-mile Appalachian Trail. Numerous other trails provide shorter day hikes.
 
A mountain-top lodge is popular with guests who prefer hotel comforts, while cottages and a campground offer more rustic accommodations.  The park's Maple Restaurant is known for its spectacular views and Sunday brunch buffet. For those seeking adventure, a five-mile hike leads to the Len Foote Hike Inn, Georgia’s only backcountry lodge. 

Park guests should begin their day with a stop at the visitor center to see maps, an Appalachian Trail display, live animals and gift shop. Please note that Amicalola Falls is exceptionally busy during peak leaf season. Guests may prefer to visit during the week or carpool on weekends.  Advanced reservations for accommodations are highly recommended.

Directions

GPS Coordinates:
N 34.562652 | W -84.247627

Located 15 miles northwest of Dawsonville on Ga. Hwy. 52. Take Hwy. 53 west to Hwy. 183 north to Hwy. 52 east.

Address
280 Amicalola Falls State Park Road
Dawsonville, GA 30534
Dawson County
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Phone
800-573-9656
706-265-4703

Amicalola Falls Civil War Weekend
Saturday & Sunday 10 AM - 5 AM from Sep 27, 2014 until Sep 29, 2014 
Civil War History EventGet Outdoors GeorgiaPresenter/Location: Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge
In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Battles of Atlanta and Sherman's March through Georgia, Amicalola Falls will be hosting a Civil War Weekend. Interpretive Ranger Joey Robitzsch will be in authentic period attire with a small camp and period equipment... $5 parking. 706-265-1969.
Contacts
Mr. Bill Tanner
706-265-8888  Park Manager, Amicalola Falls State Park

Bo Reynolds

Doris Wright

Henry and Darcy Grannis
901-355-4982  Retired

Jammye Samples
Amicalola Falls State Park

Keith Murden
Front Desk Supervisor

Linda Reynolds
General Clerk

Mark Hardman
706-253-5001  Food and Beverage Director, Amicalola Falls

Ronna Horn
Conference Coordinator

Vicki Adkison
Amicalola Falls

Wanda Crawford

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