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Minnehaha Falls Georgia

Minnehaha Waterfalls Georgia

Minnehaha Falls is a series of cascades located on Falls Creek in Rabun County, Georgia. The waterfalls descend about 100 feet over a stepped rock formation. The falls are near Lake Rabun, within the boundaries of the Chattooga River Ranger District of the Chattahoochee National Forest.
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Minnehaha Falls in Lake Rabun
The falls are named for Minnehaha, a fictional character in the epic poem The Song of Hiawatha.  Minnehaha Falls spills over a cliff in a gorgeous, multi-tiered falls before continuing downstream to the Lake Rabun shore. It is one of the most picturesque water falls in Rabun County Georgia. It is a series of cascading falls.
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The falls can be reached by a short trail (0.4 miles) from Bear Gap Road called the Minnehaha Trail. The trail is maintained by the U.S. Forest Service. It is an easy to moderate hike. It starts out with stairs across the street from the parking area. There is no parking fee, so it is free to visit.
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Minnehaha Falls Near Clayton GA
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Directions to Minnehaha Falls : Take HWY 441 toward Clayton. After crossing the Tallulah Falls Bridge, go 1.7 miles and turn left onto Old HWY 441. Proceed 2.5 miles and turn left onto Lake Rabun Road. Travel 5 miles to Rabun Beach Campground.

From the Area 2 campground entrance, continue west on Lake Rabun Road for 1.6 miles. Turn left onto Low Gap Road for 0.2 miles. Make another left onto Bear Gap Road and proceed 1.6 miles to the Minnehaha Trail. Follow the trail 0.4 miles to the falls. Parking near the trailhead is very limited to 3-4 vehicles. 

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