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We had the best time. We were coming home from Chattooga and I lucked up on finding this beautiful place. Me, my husband, and our 3 year old loved the hike to the falls and bridge. The train ride was awesome. We will definitely be back soon!

– Candice Lajuan N. | Facebook
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Wow! I went here thinking it would just be a waterfall. Boy was I wrong. There is enough here to keep you busy all day long and then some more. There is hiking, history, waterfall, caves, and even mini golf! This is a must visit!

– Chris M | Google Reviews

it's a fun family camping area, as long as you dont expect the camp site you reserved to be the same you get there. we requested and had email confirmation of 2 sites and when we got there they had given our site we reserved 8 months in advance away.

– Ava G. | Facebook
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Amazing experience, be aware that the top of the falls where the statue is located is outside of the main park, you don't have to pay if that's all you want to see, the gorge trail is kinda challenging but not impossible, just lots of wet rocks and sharp edges.

– Jody C. | Google Reviews

Had a great Christmas the lights and falls are beautiful! But the lots are not explained because you have lots on the river side we would like to have had.But got stuck across the street.lots are tight and to close together.No privacy!In all we had a wonderful Christmas!

– Ann S. | Facebook
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Nice quiet campground. Staff were helpful and everything was well maintained. This is a must see/stay place. Some of the tent spots are small and close together. Make sure you have a reservation in advance.

– Shane C. | Google Reviews

Noccalula Falls cascades over 90 feet into the Black Creek ravine. Come explore all the park has to offer and stay awhile in our campground.

Paved walking trails wind through the park proper starting at the Admissions Pavilion. For a low admission price, you can take advantage of unique park amenities. In the park are beautiful rocks and gardens with an array of shrubs and flowers that may be viewed as you walk the park’s paved trail system or rest your feet as you ride on the authentic Huntington miniature train.

Children can get up-close to the animals in the petting zoo and learn about life in the past in the Pioneer Village. Other offerings in the park include picnic pavilions, souvenir shop, and a children’s playground. Noccalula Falls Miniature Golf Course, for a separate admission, features beautiful landscaping with cascading waterfalls and natural rock formations.

The campground offers over 120 sites from primitive tent camping to pull-through with complete hook-ups. A swimming pool, laundry facility, picnic pavilions, rec room, playground, and rental cabins are available. The campground sits along Black Creek Gorge and offers awesome views of the falls, the gorge, and the creek below.

The Black Creek Trail is a 1.7-mile crushed stone path with beautiful scenery along the Black Creek Gorge as it works its way down from Noccalula Falls campground to Black Creek Road. The trail starts at Noccalula Falls Wedding Chapel. Intersecting the main trail are over 5 miles of groomed, single-track trails perfect for walking, running, and mountain-biking.

Legend Of Princess Noccalula

Find out about our park's namesake statue and the legend of the Native American princess Noccalula.

Hit The Trails

Grab your bike and snag your running shoes. We have more than 5 miles of trails, and you can spend an entire weekend exploring the gorge. From the gorge to the forest -- get wild.