Upper King Creek Falls

GPS for waterfall:  34.96362, -83.09524

Water source:  King Creek

Height:  approximately 15 feet

This waterfall is not exceptionally high, but it is stunning.  It is certainly well worth a visit!

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Special thanks to Scott McGaha for sharing information on this one!

Parking:  Heading north on Highway 107, travel for approximately 10 miles, and turn left onto FS708 (Burrell’s Ford Road).  In .8 mile, park on the side of the road, GPS 34.96362, -83.09524.

Hike:  There is a path to the creek from the road, but it is not well-traveled, and in summer months the doghobble may prevent you from seeing it.  It is a steep, but very short hike to the creek.  Once you get to the creek, creekwalk upstream a few yards to the falls.  Round-trip, this hike is approximately .15 mile.