Anna Ruby Falls Recreation Area

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

Anna Ruby Falls: Curtis Creek is on the left and York Creek is on the right.

Home of twin waterfalls, Anna Ruby Falls is one of the most popular destination interpretive sites in Georgia. Get into the outdoors and learn about the watershed that feeds the waterfalls and enjoy the visitor information center, the interpretive signs at the center and along the trail. This is a great site for photographers, whether you're into nature photography or taking pictures of friends and family at the waterfalls, on the trails, or having a picnic.

At a Glance

Operational Hours: Open all year except Christmas.
9:00am to 6:00pm, 7 days a week. No admission after 5:00pm.
Beginning Memorial Day Weekend, Saturday, May 25th, 9:00am to 7:00pm. No admission after 6:00pm.

Thanksgiving Operating Hours

Gate, fee booth, and restrooms will be open for Thanksgiving Day. The Gift Shop will be closed.

Christmas Day

All facilities will be closed.

Area Amenities: Interpretive Site,Accessible,Fee charged for some activities,Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water,Parking
Fees $3 per person 16 years and older

15 years and under are admitted free of charge.

Anna Ruby Annual Pass - $20/person/year

Interagency Annual Pass, Senior Pass, & Access Pass accepted
Permit Info: Contact Cradle of Forestery at 706-878-1448 for information regarding Ann Ruby Annual Pass
Open Season: Open year round
Water: Water fountains are available at the visitor center.
Restroom: Full facilities are available at the visitor center.
Operated By: Cradle of Forestry Interpretive Association - Phone 706-878-3574

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Activities


Hiking

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Nature Viewing

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Outdoor Learning

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Picnicking

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Amenities

Toilets
Accessible The Lion's Eye Trail is paved. Braille signs provide information for the blind. A hand rail assists in making your way along the trail.
Picnic tables
Parking
Fee charged for some activities
Interpretive Site
Drinking water