Beach at Tallulah Lake
Take a quick cold dip in Tallulah Lake, then go up to Tallulah Adventures for some hot chocolate! More info forthcoming.
Beach at Tallulah Lake
Enjoy a walk along the rim trail and experience the great outdoors! Be sure to maintain social distance and respect the space of other visi...
Wander North Georgia has designated the Friends of Tallulah Gorge State Park as the recipient of a quarterly donation based on sales in their stores. We greatly appreciate the contribution! The money will be used to support Park activities.
Our wonderful Gift Shop was recognized at the recent DNR and Friends Conference as the Retail Operation of the Year. A well-deserved award for all Gift Shop staff!
Friends gathered to decorate the Interpretive Center for the holidays. Wreaths, trees, ornaments, garland, and bows purchased by the Friends group set a festive atmosphere.
The Friends of Tallulah Gorge State Park purchased and installed a water bottle filler for visitors and a doggie water bowl for our four legged friends. It is located next to the Interpretive Center.
Park visitors have a new background for photos thanks to the Friends of Tallulah Gorge State Park.
Many hands make quick work! Friends of TGSP gather to sort and fold 'I Survived the Stairs' t-shirts to prepare them for sale in the retail shop.
The Friends of TGSP purchased eighteen bear (and squirrel) proof trash cans for the Park.
Be sure to buy a T-shirt to celebrate surviving the stairs! The shirts are available in the Park Gift Shop. All proceeds are used to benefit Tallulah Gorge State Park.
Josh Brown, co-owner of Wander North Georgia, presented a donation check to Rich Mallicote, Treasurer of the Friends of Tallulah Gorge State Park, for use in supporting the Park.
The Friends of Tallulah Gorge State Park sponsored the 30th anniversary celebration of the Park on May 20. There was music, dancing, crafts, games, and cupcakes. A fun time was had by all!
Visitors old and young learned about raptors at our new Raptor Ramble. A walk along the Shortline Trail provided the opportunity to learn about a variety of owls, falcons, and hawks. Then a live demonstration was held at the Old Jail.
The Friends of Tallulah Gorge State Park purchased two brand new utility carts for staff use in the Park and campground.
Friends volunteer to pick up trash at the Overlooks and on the Trails. Visitors are encouraged to leave no trace but unfortunately, some do not heed the request. Friends also clear small natural debris from the walkways.
Volunteers pull weeds and trim bushes in the gardens around the center and at the Park entrance.