Toccoa Falls Waterfall features an impressive drop down a rocky cliff face tucked behind Toccoa Falls College. The short, handicap accesible trail makes it great for all ages and abilities.
At a Glance
- 0.2 mi round trip
- Awesome View
- Great for Kids
- Great for Dogs
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Toccoa Falls - Trip Details
The Toccoa Falls waterfall consists of a 186 foot drop formed by Toccoa Creek as it falls over a large rocky cliff face. The waterfall is tucked behind Toccoa Falls College, a private Christian liberal arts college founded in 1907.
There is an entry fee charged at Gate Cottage, the campus bookstore. Check out the price information below.
From the cottage, the falls are just a short walk of about 100 yards, but you'll meander a bit further to get a view from the bottom of the falls. If you're feeling adventurous, Little Falls is about 200 yards downstream, though it's not nearly as impressive.
More Waterfalls around Chattahoochee National Forest
The Panther Creek Falls are almost due north, just south of Tallulah Gorge with its set of 4 waterfalls on the Tallulah River and Cascade Falls tumbling into the northern side of the canyon.
Just west of the gorge the US 441 near the head of Lake Rabun you can also find the trail to Angel Falls and Panther Falls as well as Minnehaha Falls.
Within 30 miles, you can also visit Hemlock Falls west of Lake Burton or the falls at Warwoman Dell east of Clayton.
Toccoa Falls Map, Directions, and Resources
Children 6 and under: Free
Family of 4 or more: $6
GPS Coordinates34.571458, -83.357567