Like Tennessee, Georgia is a place I never thought of as having many waterfalls, probably because I thought it was too far south. I had also really only ever been along the coast and to Atlanta. But the northern quarter of the state is actually quite mountainous, and there are several surprisingly majestic falls. If you go, be prepared to pay. Most, if not all of the state parks and recreational areas charge a fee between $2-5 dollars to park.

Amicalola Falls
Angel Falls
Anna Ruby Falls
Helton Creek Falls
Hurricane Falls
L’Eau d’Or Falls
Lower DeSoto Falls
Mud Creek Falls
Panther Falls
Tempesta Falls
Toccoa Falls
Trahlyta Falls
Upper DeSoto Falls

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