Upcoming Schedule of Events

Date Time Event
11/20/2014
12 noon
Decorate the Interpretive Center for the Holidays
11/20/2014
3:30 pm
TGSP Friends Meeting in
Interpretive Center
12/20/2014 3:30 pm  TGSP Friends Meeting in
Interpretive Center


Enjoy the beautiful outdoors at Tallulah Gorge State Park.  The waterfall views are worth the hike up and down over 1000 stairs.  After your hike, be sure to stop at the gift shop to purchase a Friends of Tallulah Gorge t-shirt to commemorate your stair climb -- oh so many stairs -- but worth it!
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Your State Parks Day

Thanks to the many volunteers who helped spread mulch in the native plant garden and along the trails on September 27th.  It was a beautiful day for volunteering outside!  The Friends of Tallulah Gorge State Park thank everyone who participated.








Thank you to all who joined the Friends of Tallulah Gorge State Park for a unique evening of storytelling and fun, the first Jail Tales Trail, on Friday, October 24. 

"It was a fun evening for the whole family," said Bill Purvis, Friends of Tallulah Gorge State Park president. "We hope to make it an annual event."


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Tallulah Gorge is listed by Adventure Journal as one of America's 20
Best State Parks
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            Current Project

     A New Overlook is    
     Dedicated
at TGSP
 


 

Thanks to the Friends of Tallulah Gorge State Park, construction is complete on a new viewing point. The spot overlooks the Gorge on the north rim and is located behind the existing Interpretive Center. For more details about the project go to the “CURRENT PROJECT” page.

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Just Completed Project

The Friends of Tallulah Gorge State Park have just completed funding the repair of the walkway and floor of Overlook #6.  See the photos above.

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According to Fox News "Daredevil tightrope walker Nik Wallenda is setting his sights on a new goal: the nearly 1,000-foot (305-meter) deep Tallulah Gorge
in the northeast Georgia mountains".  His great-grandfather, Karl Wallenda, crossed the gorge 
on a high wire in 1970 and Nik is aiming to walk in his  footsteps.



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