Located northwest of Macon, High Falls State Park is named for tumbling cascades on the Towaliga River. Boat rental, ramps and fishing docks provide easy access to the park's lake, known as one of Georgia's top fishing spots for hybrid and white bass. Overnight visitors can choose from a spacious campground or lakeside yurts, which are like canvas and wood tents. Each yurt features a small deck, picnic table and grill outside, plus furniture, electrical outlets and a ceiling fan inside. During summer, guests may cool off in the park's swimming pool.
Posted by: TrailAPI
on December 28, 2012
Hiking - 4.5 miles of trails
Boating - 2 ramps, private boats allowed, 10 horsepower limit
Kayak and Canoe Rental
Pedal Boat Rental (seasonal)
Swimming - fee, pool only, no river swimming
Miniature Golf (fee)
6 Yurts ($65)
100 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites ($25-$28) -- some sections close during winter
Pioneer Campground ($55)
Swimming Pool (seasonal, fee, privately operated)
5 Picnic Shelters ($50-$65)
Screened Group Shelter (seats 125, $280)
Reservations (800) 864-7275
Park (478) 993-3053
Q: are pets allowed on the camp grounds? -Guest
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Reviews of High Falls State Park
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Great hiking trail for beginners. Well situated camp sites.
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Reviewed by ronwhited on March 24, 2014
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This is worth the visit just to see the falls. The only knock is the area around the lake is not as we'll maintained as it could be. Good facilities and hiking. It's a short trip to Indian Springs.
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