Upcoming Schedule of Events

Date Time Event
9/14/2016
3:30 pm TGSP Friends Meeting in
Interpretive Center
9/24/2016 9 am
Your State Parks Day
10/19/2016
3:30 pm   TGSP Friends Meeting in
Interpretive Center 
10/21/2016
 TBA Jail Tails Trail

 
Enjoy the beautiful outdoors at Tallulah Gorge State Park.  The waterfall views are worth the hike up and down over 1000 stairs.  After your hike, be sure to stop at the gift shop to purchase a Friends of Tallulah Gorge t-shirt to commemorate your stair climb -- oh so many stairs -- but worth it!
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Our Friends group is excited to partner with Georgia's State Parks and National Public Lands Day once again for Your State Parks Day! Friends, volunteers, and others throughout the state will accomplish some much-needed stewardship projects at the parks. We hope you'll join us on September 24 at Tallulah Gorge State Park!  We'll start our
work at 9 am!

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Friends of Georgia State Parks Conference 2016



Friends attending from Tallulah Gorge State Park


The Conference was held at Unicoi State Park



Search and rescue demonstration
        
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Congratulations to the Friends of
Tallulah Gorge State Park

for being selected to receive a $5000 grant from the Friends of Georgia State Parks.  The money will be combined with funds earned by the Friends and used to purchase and install a mat surface for the bridges on the Short Line Trail.





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Be sure to check out the article about Georgia's State Parks, and particularly Tallulah Gorge State Park, on the blog of Georgia Trend.
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Come enjoy beautiful Tallulah
Gorge State Park!





If you can't see the Gorge in person, click here to enjoy a video from CBS News.
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Completed Project

The Friends of Tallulah Gorge State Park have completed adding matting to the bridges on the Shortline Trail.  See the photos above.


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