Bull Cove Falls




An attractive, two-tiered cascade with some free-falling sections, across tilted rocks. While walking upstream to the falls on the last part of the trail, you’ll pass some neat, high rock cliffs on the left. This scenic setting makes the falls even more appealing.

Driving Directions

From the intersection of US Hwys. 441 and 76 in Clayton, GA, travel west on US 76 for about 8 miles. Turn right on Persimmon Road. Go 4.1 miles and bear left on Tallulah River Road. There are signs for the National Forest & Campground. Follow this road for 7.5 miles through National Forest property along the river and, later, the small rural community of Tate “City”. The road turns to gravel, and re-enters North Carolina. After re-entering the National Forest in NC, the Beech Creek trailhead parking is on the left – park here

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