Anna Ruby Falls

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Anna Ruby Falls

Beautiful Anna Ruby Falls is a destination you won’t want to miss.  This unique 150′ cascade actually consists of twin waterfalls of creeks that converge at the summit and crash down together.

At a Glance

  • 0.4 mi round trip
  • Awesome View
  • Great for Kids
  • Great for Dogs
Location: Near Helen in Chattahoochee National Forest Georgia (maps & directions)
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Anna Ruby Falls – Trip Details

Anna Ruby Falls is a very accessible trip, only a couple of miles north of Helen, Georgia.  Simply drive to the end of Anna Ruby Falls Road past Unicoi State Park and find a parking spot at the Anna Ruby Falls Recreation Area parking lot.

But, it’s also popular, so consider rising early to get your pictures in before the crowds show up.

The falls are a short hike north on the paved trail at the confluence of Curtis Creek and York Creek to form Smith Creek.

While this set up waterfalls doesn’t offer a large swimming hole at the base, the accessibility and size make it a very popular destination for visitors to Alpine Helen.

More Waterfalls around the Chattahoochee National Forest

Continuing north of Helen, you have a chance to visit Horse Trough Falls and Blue Hole Falls.

Or, you can double back and head west of town to catch Dukes Creek Falls and Raven Cliff Falls.

If that’s not enough for you, then you can continue west about 30 minutes from Helen to reach DeSoto Falls, Dick’s Creek Falls, Helton Creek Falls, or Trahlyta Falls at Vogel State Park.

Anna Ruby Falls Map, Directions, and Resources

  • Directions

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  • Parking

    $3 per person
  • GPS Coordinates

    34.757967, -83.710150

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Other Resources

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