Located in the Chattaoochee National Forest at the junction of Tate Branch and the Tallulah River, this recreation area has good trout fishing, exceptional fall color and remote mountain scenery. Located at the junction of the Tallulah River and Tate Branch, this recreation area offers camping and fishing. This remote area offers 19 camp sites with tent pads, picnic tables and grills.
Trout fishing is good along the Tallulah River and Tate Branch. Check state fishing regulations before fishing.
Hiking through nearby Coleman River Scenic Area is popular. The Coleman River Trail parallels the river for 1 mile through stands of large old-growth timber. Clayton, Tallulah Falls and Hiawassee are interesting towns to visit. The Southern Nantahala Wilderness, Chattooga Wild and Scenic River and the Appalachian Trail are nearby. Good, hard-surface roads until you reach Forest Service Road 70; expect narrow gravel road that is crooked and steep in parts.
Free Parking, Parking on Site, Picnic Area
Suitable for Ages