Dicks Creek

Total Miles


687.73 ft


1 Hours

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Best Time

Summer, Spring, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

Can you say waterfalls? This trail follows Dicks Creek all the way up to the top of the mountain. The trail is closed at the top due to washouts but you can walk to the top of the falls about 1/4 of a mile to the actual overlook. Camping sites along the river are well maintained as the national forest does a lot of maintenance in this area. Make sure you check your surrounding if planning on camping overnight. Some campsites are marked for no overnight camping (day use only). The trail has 2 small water crossings. They can be crossed by a normal-sized SUV or even a Mini Van. There is fishing, if you plan on coming to this place, bring a fishing pole. This is one of North Georgia's trout fishing steams that is stocked by the National Park System. There is lots of fun to be had here.


There are a few small water crossings and a few ruts.

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