Discover Panther Creek Falls Multiple Scenic Waterfalls
Waterfall Description: These waterfalls drops through a series of cascades which culminate in a stunning 50-foot falls.
There are 2 main waterfall sets. The double falls above is seen at the very end of your walk. The first set of waterfalls on the trail are these falls to your left. The multiple cascades start back from a good distance.
To see all of Panther Creek Falls waterfalls, you will walk on the 3 1/2 mile Panther Creek Trail. So be prepared to take a 7 mile hike. This trail is maintained for the U.S. Forest.
The trail path is flat for the most part, but there are several areas where you walk upward. There are also a lot of rocks and narrow areas on this trail. You will cross a few small wooden bridges.
It is a good idea to keep your eye on the path closely because there are boulders and tree roots that are easy to trip on. Also, some narrow areas make it easy to fall down a steep, rocky hill. There is no handicap access on this path.
There is a $3 daily parking fee. You can park at the Panther Creek Trails entrance or across the street.
You can also do primitive tent camping in areas along this scenic Georgia forest trail. There is no electricity or water. There are chemical toilet facilities at the parking area across the street from the trail entrance.
Hike Difficulty: Moderate. See video below to enjoy these pretty waterfalls and Panther Creek Trail.
Go on the Panther Creek Trail to reach the waterfalls. Panther Creek Trail begins its western end at the Panther Creek Recreation Area on Historic US 441/23 just about 3 miles south of Tallulah Falls.