There are over 20 miles of hiking trails in the park, ranging from strenuous hikes to easy walks for the whole family to enjoy.
This is the most popular trail in the park, and for a good reason. The trail descends down a steep flight of steps before crossing an 80-foot suspension bridge and another flight of steps down to the base of Hurricane Falls. The entire trail is 2.5 miles long but involves significant climbing.
To complete this strenuous 3.4-mile hike down to the base of the gorge along a rocky track, visitors will require a permit from the rangers. At the base of the hike, enjoy a swim in the pool below Bridal Veil Falls before making the return journey.
The only trail that is nearly level in the park, this 2.8-mile path is paved and easy to follow. The river flows calmly beside the path, contrasting with the waterfalls and turbulent river downstream.
Families will find plenty of fun activities in the park. In fact, there's so much to do in the park and surrounding area that you may want to consider staying at Tallulah Gorge State Park hotels or cabins for a few days.
Tallulah Gorge State Park has a free range for guests where guests can practice their archery skills. You can either bring your own gear or rent it from the shop.
During full moons, you can take a guided hike to the suspension bridge and watch the water tumbling down the falls below you. Don't forget to take a flashlight and a camera to fully enjoy the experience.
Rent a canoe and go paddling on the lake during the summer or take a guided full-moon night paddle across the lake for an experience that your kids will never forget.
: In the summer months, ranger programs are offered at the park, including guided walks, campfire stories, and junior ranger training programs for kids.
: There are several rock climbing routes in Tallulah Gorge State Park. The routes vary in difficulty and there are plenty of options available for beginners.