Not too far from Atlanta, camping at Raven Cliff Falls is the perfect escape for a quick weekend trip. Learn more about this beautiful weekend camp and hike spot that feels a world away from the city.
What's the must do and see here?
Definitely worth an overnight camp and the 2.5 mile trek to the falls
What makes this a special place to connect with nature?
Raven Cliff Falls has hike-in campsites, so you don't hear lots of foot traffic or city/car noise pollution. It feels totally secluded, but the sites aren't too far from the park entrance- also making this a great spot for beginner campers. There's a really peaceful creek that runs alongside the trail and creates the perfect soundtrack for your weekend under the stars. Hike to the waterfall for a stunning cascade of three different drops and pools (60 ft to 20 ft to 20 ft).
Favorite memory here?
The first time I camped here was for my 26th birthday. It was the perfect getaway for a group of close friends, campfire whiskey and perfect creekside hammock time. When we hiked to the falls, we saw someone repelling down from the top of the 100ft drop. Something to work towards!
What superlative would you give Raven Cliff Falls?
Best spot for hammock naps
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