Long Creek Falls Trail is a 1.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Blue Ridge, Georgia that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Directions from Blue Ridge: Take GA Hwy. 515 .8 mile east to Windy Ridge Road. Turn right and go .2 mile to the dead end with Old US Hwy. 76. Turn left, go .2 miles to Aska Rd. Turn right and go 13.5 miles to the end of the road. Turn right on Newport Road, go 4.5 miles. Turn left onto Doublehead Gap Road, and continue .8 mile to the intersection with USFS Road 58 on the right. Turn onto USFS 58 and go 5.3 miles to Three Forks. Noontootla Creek, a great trout stream is on your right as you go up the hill.
Did this trail yesterday with the family. Very easy and nice area. It is a little congested.
Secluded, lovely, and perfect for our crew that day.
Good easy trail
awesome area and great day hikes
There are so many waterfalls on this trail. if you are a little more adventurous there are trails that lead down to multiple waterfalls off the main trail. As long as you go slow it is a safe climb down. The final waterfall is gorgeous and worth the 2 mile hike.
Now the roads are a little rough going in and there were so many amazing camping sites along the way. I will definitely go back to camp. This place was awesome.
Dangerous! Hair-raising! But that was just the 13 mile forest service road from Dawsonville. The trail was delightful! Short, easy, family and dog friendly. We hiked a little way up the AT from the trailhead toward Springer to get a little more exercise. When we left we went on the forest service road toward Blue Ridge. It was easier and only 5 miles. Don't attempt this road from either end if you have a sporty, low slung sedan.
We went with the kids (4y & 7y). Had a great time. Beautiful hike and falls.