Trip Guide: Crow Creek Falls

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Crow Creek Falls is a series of drops as Crow Creek flows into Seed Lake.  This is a nice, shaded hike with plenty of solitude to enjoy as you walk and great photo ops!

At a Glance

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Crow Creek Falls – Trip Details

The cascades along Crow Creek start just off of the road as you drive on Crow Creek Road alongside Seed Lake.  As you hike along the trail north of the creek, you’ll see several other falls along the trail.

The trail continues past the last fall that I visited, and it’s very likely that there are even more attractive drops further upstream if you have time to explore further!

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This area of the state is rich in waterfalls. Just a little further east south of Seed Lake is Bad Branch Falls. Check out our Bad Branch Falls trip guide for more information.

Just east on the south side of Lake Rabun is the well-known and very beautiful Minnehaha Falls.

Plus, Panther and Angel Falls are a really fun hike just north of Lake Rabun, and all of them are within a few miles of here.

Just down the road at Tallulah Falls, you could also spend a day exploring the waterfalls of Tallulah Gorge too!

Crow Creek Falls Map, Directions, and Resources

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One Comment on “Trip Guide: Crow Creek Falls”

  1. I recently visit Crow Creek Falls and was very happy I did. I got some great photos of the lower and upper falls, both beautiful on their own.
    The trail head is marked by a small white sign that reads “End Co Maint” which is a very short walk from the grassy pull off where I parked my truck. 4wd is not needed to get here. The trail is narrow but easily accessed. Both falls are easy to find and access, just a very short detour off the main trail, on the left. Your can’t miss them. You can even see the lower falls from the gravel road, a long as the greenery hasn’t grown so much that its hidden. You can definitely hear it from the road. Bring your wet shoes/boots to stand in the creek for the best (IMO) photos. Follow the trail after the upper falls and its will take you too forest service road 27. I didn’t find any waterfalls to the left, so take a right and fsr27 will take you back to the pull off where your should have parked your vehicle.

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