Tallulah Gorge is about 1,000 feet deep and two miles long, making it one of the most impressive canyons in the entire eastern U.S. Besides the Gorge Floor routes, other hiking trails at Tallulah Gorge are the Stoneplace Trail, North and South Rim Trails, Hurricane Falls Loop Trails, High Bluff Trail, and Shortline Trail. You can learn more about the natural features and history of the park in the Jane Hurt Yarn Interpretative Center, browse the gift shop, and set up camp in one of the 50 campsites or at the pioneer campground. This is truly an outdoor lover’s paradise, with opportunities for whitewater kayaking, rock climbing, mountain biking, fishing, archery, picnicking, and even playgrounds for the kids. Ranger-led and park-sponsored programs are hosted throughout the year, so check the Georgia State Parks website to see what’s happening during your visit!