Sliding Rock on Wildcat Creek

Clarkesville, Georgia 30523

Sliding Rock on Wildcat Creek

Sliding Rock on Wildcat Creek Professional Guide

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"Exhilarating! A favorite area waterslide and swimming hole with the local kids, the cool refreshing waters of Wildcat Creek make for a fun and exciting time. Ive occasionally slid down this one myself. I once thought this one was unknown except by the locals. But when I found this Sliding Rock already exposed on the web, I decided to include it here as well."

Sliding Rock on Wildcat Creek Reviews

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6/28/2018
Lovely views and cold, cold water! Wildcat Creek is near Lake Burton and is is accessed by a Forest Service Road which follows the creek for several miles. Along the way are many road pull-offs where you can enjoy the many beautiful cascading falls as you drive. Take care to pay attention because there is no sign to alert you of your arrival, just a widening in the road where people pull over. It is just a short climb down the banks from the road, not a long walk at all. There are several small waterfalls as well as the very popular, fun sliding rock. Yes, indeed, the water is freezing cold, but it's still a lot of fun. The rock is really gentle and smooth as you slide. Do be careful while walking on the rocks because they are pretty slippery. Several developed campsites and restrooms are nearby. This is such a great area for taking pictures. It is like one long endless set of pretty miniature falls. Be sure to bring bug spray and a change of clothes!
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Trail Information

Clarkesville
Nearby City
Easy
Skill Level
Chattahoochee National Forest
Local Contacts
DeLorme: Georgia Atlas & Gazetteer: Page 15 D9
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