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High Falls State Park, Jackson

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High Falls State Park is a 1,050-acre (4.2 km2) Georgia state park located near the city of Jackson in Monroe County, Georgia, part of the Macon metropolitan area. It is the site of a prosperous 19th-century industrial center, which became a ghost town when it was bypassed by the railroad. The park contains the largest waterfall in middle Georgia and a 650-acre (2.6 km2) lake.
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  • The trails are very well maintained. The day was good weather with some drizzle of rain before I hit the trail so there were some muddy spots on the loop trail. The park is well organized. The... 
    The trails are very well maintained. The day was good weather with some drizzle of rain before I hit the trail so there were some muddy spots on the loop trail. The park is well organized. The...  more »
  • I needed a peace of mind from the rat race and so I got in my car and went there around 10am and I did not want to leave because it was a beautiful day of relaxation watching the waterfalls. 
    I needed a peace of mind from the rat race and so I got in my car and went there around 10am and I did not want to leave because it was a beautiful day of relaxation watching the waterfalls.  more »
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  • We rented a yurt for the weekend and it was a cool experience. It was 5 of us: two adults and three kids. Indoors was big enough for us to be comfortable within our personal space(s). Everything is as described. That's the best way for me to sum it up. The staff was very friendly and the bathrooms were well kept. Received a nice surprise at check in... Thank you! Overall, it was a lovely stay.
  • It's a beautiful and well maintained park with ample parking space. The entrance fee is just $5 and they only accept cash so make sure you have that before planning your trip. Attached to the park is beautiful trail around 2 miles long. Trail is a bit difficult for beginners but not for regulars. Beautiful views halfway around the trail and a few benches along the way. Park has the best views of waterfall and lake. But it's not allowed to swim in the water. Overall amazing experience!

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