Waterfalls in the Murray County in the North Georgia Mountains
Gold Mine Creek Falls
A narrow and steep 400 foot cascading waterfall that's beautiful, dangerous and difficult to reach only to get a particle viewing.
The falls are located in Fort Mountain State Park, eight miles east of Chatsworth, Murray County Georgia on road 52-76.
Directions: After enter the park go the the camping grounds where you'll find a mountain top lake, follow along the lake until you reach the Big Rock Nature Trail, a short trail of .6 miles. Following the trail blaze colors you'll come to a trail that veers off to the left, do not take this trail, stay on the Big Rock Nature Trail a short distance until you hear the falls on the left, a short trail to the left will take you to edge of the falls. Its just one visible section of the falls, no protecting rails, it's dangerous to step onto the falls cascading steps it's very slippery and steep.
Caution: Keep in mind, waterfalls are beautiful, but they are not to be climbed on, they can be dangerous, people have been seriously injured and in some cases have lost their lives climbing on waterfalls, they are posted for a reason, so enjoy while you are there and take a photo home to remember.
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