Lonely Planet has named Tallulah Gorge State Park as the best autumn hike in Georgia for photographers. View the spectacular falls from the rim trail then descend to the bottom of the 1000 foot gorge and cross the suspension bridge. The Park is ablaze with color.
The Friends of Tallulah Gorge State Park purchased two brand new utility carts for staff use in the Park and campground.
The Friends of TGSP purchased three bear (and squirrel) proof trash cans for the Park. Two are at the beach and day use area and one is on the Shortline Trail.
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.
Friends volunteers cleared the area to be used as an outdoor classroom.
The area was cleared of brush, weeds were pulled, and bushes were trimmed. All to create an outdoor classroom.
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.
Your State Parks Day was a resounding success! Volunteers accomplished many tasks during the morning of September 25.
Volunteers cleaned signs around the Interpretive Center and along the north rim trail.
Volunteers were busy pulling weeds in the gardens around the center and at the Park entrance. Debris was also cleared in the area of the soon-to-be developed outdoor classroom.