Tallulah Gorge State Park Trails Topo Map

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Tallulah Gorge State Park is a bit of a hybrid facility, containing not only the park but also a wildlife management area (WMA). The site was developed under a lease agreement between the Georgia Power Company and the Department of Natural Resources. From the parking area at Dicks Creek, you walk 120 yards to begin the hike at the large sign with a short history of the trail.Although the sign says the trail is 3.8 miles long, it is actually 4.2 miles.This difference is relatively unimportant, since the trail is not strenuous and there are no side trails or old roadbeds to confuse you. Hike 37 Lake Russell Wildlife Management Area: Broad River Trail Raccoons are plentiful throughout the state. After following the blue-blazed path through a weedy area with blackberry briars, you enter the woods.
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Clayton, Georgia

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