North Georgia is home to thousands of acres of state parks and national forest, spreading from Pine Mountain in the northeastern corner of the state all the way over to Cloudland Canyon in the northwest corner. Within this wooded and mountainous region are miles of trails, hundreds of waterfalls, charming towns, lakes, rivers, and streams. It’s easy to spread out and find your own space in north Georgia. Just make a plan, pack your gear, and get ready to experience the beauty of nature. It’s time to explore your Georgia.
The beauty of Georgia's waterfalls can lure even the not-so-outdoorsy types off the beaten path and into picture-perfect wilds.
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