Located in central Georgia, High Falls is the most impressive waterfall in the Georgia Piedmont. Located on the Towaliga River, this water feature is an unusual sight for area this far south. This short leg-stretcher is a good option, if you're travelling I-75. In addition, if you're looking for a longer hike, you can try some of the other trails in the park to add a few miles. This hike occurred on Thursday, June 25th, 2015. My plan was to do the quick walk to the falls and back from the parking area.
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