Becky Branch Falls is an accessible trip just east of Clayton, Georgia on Warwoman Road. The falls themselves consist of 60′ drop and are an easy walk off of Warwoman Road. Plus, you can easily visit Martin Creek Falls on the same trip.
Becky Branch Falls – Trip Details
Becky Branch Falls is east of Clayton on Warwoman Road. After parking in the Warwoman Dell Picnic Area, you’ll take the Bartram Trail across the road.
On the way, you can see the trout rearing pools built by the CCC to put people to work during the Great Depression.
Becky Branch Falls is just a few hundred yards up the trail. After crossing the road, there are trails up with west and east sides of the branch with a boardwalk joining them at the base of the falls. Near the falls, the Bartram Trail also continues on toward Martin Creek Falls another 2 miles.
Since it’s not much of a hike, you may want to continue further on the Bartram Trail to Martin Creek Falls. Or, you could take the 1+ mile loop around Warwoman Dell and enjoy the other 2 small, unnamed waterfalls and the beautiful forest in this secluded corner of northeast Georgia.
More Waterfalls around Chattahoochee National Forest
This area of the state is rich in waterfalls and outdoor adventure. Martin Creek Falls is just a little further along the Bartram Trail or a short drive out Finney Creek Road. To the north on the road to Sky Valley, you’ll have a chance to see Estatoah Falls off of Highway 246 on the way to see Mud Creek Falls.
West of Clayton about 10 miles west of Clayton and Lake Burton is Upper Moccasin Creek Falls and Hemlock Falls.
South and west of Lakemont, you can visit the waterfalls around Lake Rabun, Minnehaha Falls, Angel Falls, and Panther Falls.