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White County Georgia Waterfalls

Anna Ruby Falls

Take a photo tour along the paved trail to
Anna Ruby Falls

Located near Helen Georgia Anna Ruby Falls marks the junction of Curtis and York Creeks. Both creeks begin on Tray Mountain and are fed by underground springs, rain and snow. Curtis Creek drops153 feet and York Creek 50 feet to form the twin falls known as Anna Ruby Falls. From the falls, Smith Creek tumbles downhill to Unicoi Lake and then to the Chattahoochee River. Its journey continues south, eventually joining the Appalachicola River in Florida and ending its 550 mile journey in the Gulf of Mexico.

Trail Information


Take Georgia 75 north from Helen, Georgia for 1 mile. Turn right on Georgia 356 for 1.5 miles, then left at the sign to Anna Ruby Falls. Follow this road for 3.6 miles to the parking area. There is a $2 parking fee for cars/RVs and a $10 parking fee for buses.

The two falls at Anna Ruby falls are about 150 feet and 50 feet high.

Anna Ruby Falls, White County Georgia





Take a photo tour along the paved trail to
Anna Ruby Falls


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