Mud Creek Falls Trail is a 0.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Dillard, Georgia that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.

Length0.6 miElevation gain32 ftRoute typeOut & back
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Mud Creek Falls is just one of 17 public waterfalls in Rabun County for you to explore. The falls have a vertical drop of 100 feet and flow into Estatoah Falls in Dillard. You do not have to hike to get to the falls. This is a great place for a picnic with two picnic tables available first come first serve. There is hiking that begins at the base of the falls along the stream. Go north from Clayton on U.S. 441 and turn right on GA Hwy. 246 towards Sky Valley. Turn left at Sky Valley’s entrance gate, then right on Tahoe Road and continue to the falls.

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Judy Joseph
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HikingGreat!

These falls were gorgeous! You could basically drive right up to them. There is a 1 mile easy trail that follows the stream

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Zach Martin
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Great easy hiking trail. Lots of rain lately but the trail was easy to hike, just a bunch of water running through. Definitely a fun easy hike.

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Howard Hufford
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Sherri Wilson
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HikingGreat!

Nice, easy hike. Falls was beautiful. Really enjoyed our visit.

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Alina Crews
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Beautiful waterfall right at the parking area, and wide path that follows the stream. Very pretty and kid-friendly hike, easy to find.

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Tiffany Morgante
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Love this waterfall. You can basically drive right up to it! The trail is short but very easy and follows the stream. Gorgeous

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Paul Dow
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This was well worth our time as a family. Our kids loved playing in the river and mild rapids, and the views of the waterfall were gorgeous. This was a great place to get wet on a hot summer day!

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Ashley Syla
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Easy trail. Great for an easy family hike. The waterfall is majestic.

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Christine McManus
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Great hike that starts with a waterfall. That’s all my kids want to see. But we did take the 2.2 mile hike and enjoyed it!

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Eliza Sparks
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Very easy trail. Well marked. 7 year old child had no problem with this

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James Catalfamo
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really gorgeous falls and super easy trail. bad thing about this place is the local people from the golf course community are big time snobs. i say hello 3 different times. one to a group of 8, second two older ladies and third a father and son. not one even like at me. ignored me like a ghost. out of two months touring 6 southern states. this place by far was the worst i was treated. but don't let that stop you.

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Victoria Bishop
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Bettina Wienands
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Hillary Williams
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Christophe BERTOT
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Marc Vann, Jr
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Niniva S
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Robin Carney
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Dale Fenwick
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Craig Misko
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