dog friendly


kid friendly


5 days ago

Took the East Fork Trail down stream and intersected with Ellicott's Rock Trail. The morning was cool and had the woods to myself. The Ellicott's Rock Trail is in bad need of Trail maintenance. I will say that unless you know where the rock is beware. There isn't anything marking it.

Love it! Great for hiking or biking.

26 days ago

My girlfriend and I hiked this trail just a few hours ago. It was a great trail for beginners. It took us a total of 2 hours, that time includes small breaks. The terrain was potentially harmful to children, we tripped a lot but otherwise it was great!

the gps took us to this location. the pictures matched up to blue hole falls which isnt a special name in this app. It's fun to do some biking but its very secluded. theres no good way ti get to the bottom but i was a massive challenge.

Great hike. A couple of small water crossing. Fun for all.

Very pretty falls but the trail is a bit dangerous in areas.

Moderate trail that starts a decent way from the parking lot. Hardest part is walking across a log to get to the waterfall, if you don't want to get your feet wet.

Nice afternoon hike!

2 months ago

I've walked the east fork trail many times. It's probably one of my most favorite trail in northern Oconee. The grade is very good, the trail follows an old road bed for a good ways. At the intersection of the Chattooga trail are some very good camping spots.

Beautiful waterfall. Fun, easy trail. Want to go back, camp and spend more time hiking the other trails. Several waterfalls in this area within a short hiking distance.

2 months ago

Super fun trail and a good quick hike for a fall evening

Great camping and hiking!

Great hike ! Steep trail down to falls but well worth it! Beautiful waterfall and great view of Chatuga River.

Did this as part of a 12 mile day. Beautiful trail but riddled with blow downs that needed to be climbed over or under. Exhausting.

Great day!

4 months ago

This trail is not well marked. From the parking area, take the Jeep trail. Once you get to the hiking trail, do not make the mistake of taking a trail to the left when you first hear water. It's very slick and steep and leads to Raven's Cliff and Raven's Chute on the Chattooga River. Falls can be a busy place around lunch time with rafters and kayakers stopping for a break.

Good trail. A nice workout. My 8 & 6 year old did it with a lunch break at the river spot.