Did you know that Georgia is THE place to go if you're looking for some breathtaking waterfalls? From small and big falls to ones that end in gorgeous swimming holes, Georgia has it all.\nWhy not take a road trip to (at least) one of these waterfalls and cool off while exercising (and snapping IG pic... or 10). Here are 30 of the most stunning waterfalls that you need to check out this summer.\nView this post on Instagram Toccoa Falls ☀️ photo creds: @carpe_lux_rsm #wander #wandernorthga #toccoafalls #southernstatesco #northgamountains #northga #georgiawaterfalls #waterfalls #toccoacollege A post shared by Kirsten Callihan (@adventuretime_kc) on May 17, 2018 at 4:08pm PDT\n1. Sea Creek Falls, Suches\nView this post on Instagram The best damn wrong turn in Northern Georgia A post shared by Adventures From The Road (@therollingvan) on Jun 16, 2017 at 4:12pm PDT\nA short hike leads to this little hidden gem.It's a popular spot for swimming, so pick a day when the sun is shining and the air is warm, and don't forget your swimming trunks!\n2. Helton Creek Falls, Blairsville\nView this post on Instagram God’s beauty 💕 #heltoncreekfalls A post shared by Kelli DeAnn (@kellideann77) on Jun 5, 2018 at 9:07am PDT\nFrom driving on unpaved roads to navigating creeks, the route to arriving at this beautiful waterfall is just as exciting as the destination itself. The water can be pretty cold though, so be warned!\n3. Dick's Creek Falls, Cleveland\nView this post on Instagram I felt like #Tarzan in #dickscreekfalls #tarzana #adventure #waterfall #4thjuly A post shared by Vivalasony (@vivalasony) on Jul 4, 2018 at 6:07pm PDT\nThis classic North Georgia swimming hole is definitely a staple for summer activities. Bring your tube and float away the afternoon with the soothing sounds of the rushing falls!\n4. High Shoals Falls, Hiawassee\nView this post on Instagram oh what a w o r l d A post shared by ☼macy hedrick☼ (@macyhedrickk) on Jun 30, 2018 at 6:09pm PDT\nA bumpy, difficult road leads to the trailhead of the hike to this waterfall. It's a super scenic hike that ends up at this stunning waterfall/swimming hole!\n5. Dukes Creek Falls, Helen\nView this post on Instagram Happy Birthday to my best friend @tamin0067!! Had so much fun exploring yesterday!! #hiking #dukecreekfalls #northga A post shared by Amber Barghouti (@amber_barghouti) on Sep 18, 2016 at 10:13am PDT\nThis heavenly gem is complete with wooden bridges boasting scenic views of the falls. It's a pretty easy hike to get to the falls, but there's some uphill on the way back.\n6. Toccoa Falls, Stephens County\nView this post on Instagram "Life is like a waterfall, it is always moving and there is always an uneven flow to it" . . . #hiking #hikingphoto #wanderess #wanderlust #worldtraveler #solotraveler #worldadventures #hikingadventures #solo #trails #hikingadventures #photography #trailphotography #traveler #travelphotography #waterfalls #travelphotographyoftheday #toccoafalls #toccoageorgia #georgiawaterfalls #hikergirl A post shared by Adventurous Wanderess Explorer (@exploringwanderess) on Jun 29, 2018 at 6:19pm PDT\nLocated on a college campus, this spot definitely has one of the most picturesque waterfalls in the state. The best part is, you don't have to endure a grueling hike to get there!\n7. Anna Ruby Falls, Helen\nView this post on Instagram Stop 5: Anna Ruby Falls. . . . . . #georgiawaterfalls #waterfalls #anna #ruby #annarubyfalls #exploregeorgia #explore #hike #hiking #hikegeorgia #wanderlust #travel #waterfall A post shared by Keegan Wheeler (@keegs_gemini) on Jun 22, 2018 at 6:16am PDT\nBeautiful cascades and an easy hike? Sounds good to me! Anna Ruby Falls is absolutely gorgeous and very well maintained! There are even washrooms and water fountains on site.\n8. DeSoto Falls, Blairsville\nView this post on Instagram Happy national trails day! xx A post shared by Alana Cohen (@alanacohen) on Jun 2, 2018 at 3:31pm PDT\nAlthough Hurricane Irma may have downed some trees and caused the temporary closure of the trails, DeSoto Falls is back open and ready to explore. The falls are absolutely gorgeous, so you don't want to miss out!\n9. Horsetrough Falls, Helen\nView this post on Instagram Put on your walkin' shoes. » #wandernorthga #horsetroughfalls #waterfall #exploregeorgia #altantatrails #georgiacreatives #georgiatrailheads #optoutside #outside_project #goneoutdoors #expeditiongeorgia #getoutsidegeorgia #northgeorgia #thisismyga #blueridgemoments #happytrails #wildernessnation #awakethesoul #northga #getoutside #appalachia #blueridge #weloveatl #trustthewild A post shared by Jasmine Williamson (@jmmwills) on Sep 15, 2017 at 10:51am PDT\nHelen is packed full of some of the state's most gorgeous waterfalls, and Horsetrough Falls is just one of them. This popular spot is so naturally beautiful that you'll forget about the crowd!\n10. Hurricane Falls, Tallulah Falls\nView this post on Instagram There’s no time to be bored in a world as Beautiful as this 🌏✨ A post shared by 🏀🏐⚪️🏃🏽♀️💪 (@piperelizabeth) on Jun 30, 2018 at 4:47pm PDT\nTallulah Falls is the gorgeous gateway to Tallulah Gorge State Park. It's also a beloved swimming spot, so wear your swimmies and don't forget a towel and sunscreen!\n11. Little Estatoah Falls, Sky Valley\nView this post on Instagram So happy we hiked to Estatoah Falls 🏞 Labor Day weekend in the mountains with everyone was the perfect way to end the summer😊🙏🏼🌄 #100ft #waterfall #estatoahfalls #skyvalley #mudcreek #hiking #laborday #couplesweekend #highschoolreunion A post shared by Mary White (@xomaryxo4569) on Sep 6, 2016 at 10:27am PDT\nEstatoah Falls is located on Mud Creek in Rabun County, in the small resort town of Sky Valley. Located on a private property, the bigger falls aren't open to the public but can be viewed from a distance.\n12. Amicalola Falls, Dawson County\nView this post on Instagram Don’t go chasin’ waterfalls #amicalolafalls A post shared by Mia Miskovic (@miamiskovic) on Jun 16, 2018 at 7:27pm PDT\nAs the tallest in the entire state, Amicalola Falls is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia! The falls also have a stunning view of the surrounding hills.\n13. Ammons Creek Falls, Rabun County\nView this post on Instagram #wandernorthga #atlantatrails #exploregeorgia #hikertrash #southernroamers #goexplore #naturegram #waterfall #thepeoplescreative #wildernessculture #scenicstates #outdoorsocialclub #naturalgeorgia #natureporn #optoutside A post shared by the_wandering_swf (@the_wandering_swf) on Oct 8, 2017 at 6:23pm PDT\nCascading over 100 feet, Ammons Creek Falls is located in the Tallulah Ranger District of the Chattahoochee National Forest.\n14. Angel Falls, Lakemont\nView this post on Instagram I had so much fun hiking yesterday with my #mcm and his pretty Bleu girl! #angelfallsga #hikegeorgia #dogsofinstagram #blueheeler #love A post shared by Lauren Mead (@lmead630) on Feb 29, 2016 at 6:42am PST\nThe hike to get here is approximately three miles, but it's rewarding as HECK. It's called "Angel Falls" for a reason—it looks like a glorious stairway to heaven!\n15. Becky Branch Falls, Clayton\nView this post on Instagram Weekend adventures. Martin Creek Falls and Becky Branch Falls via the Bartram Trail at Warwoman Dell Recreation Area. #wearemountainmovers #warwomandell #bartramtrail #martincreekfalls #beckybranchfalls A post shared by Kimberly Carithers (@kimberlycarithers) on Jun 27, 2016 at 10:07am PDT\nThe Warwoman Dell Trail leads you through a lush forest that will transport you to another world. Mosses and wildflowers cover the stunning valley, and Becky Branch Falls is the perfect reward for a gorgeous 1.4-mile hike.\n16. Blue Hole Falls, Helen\nView this post on Instagram Get you a man that will hold your tiny yellow backpack cause the lipgloss and 12 dollars in coins is WAY too heavy for this two mile hike. #explorenorthgeorgia#wandernorthga#blueholefalls#highshoalsfalls#waterfalls#waterfallhike#northgeorgia#hikedate#bestfriends#shorthike#chasingwaterfalls#hiawassee#hiking#exploring#georgiahikes#mcmeveryday A post shared by Kelsey J. (@wanderingsofsmith) on Mar 7, 2019 at 12:55pm PST\nThis waterfall is on the same trail as High Shoal Falls. Having two of Georgia's most epic falls on one hike is like killing two birds with one stone—the perfect sunny day activity!\n17. Cherokee Falls, Dade County\nView this post on Instagram As all the native Georgians shivered their ways down the canyon in the 38 degree weather, ya girl was running around in a tank top. Thanks for the thick skin, Buffalo. #getoutside #georgia A post shared by Emily Mroz (@emmroz) on Oct 29, 2017 at 2:19pm PDT\nLocated in Cloudland Canyon State Park, this previously unnamed waterfall actually got its name from a contest! It's super picturesque, and the pool of water at the bottom is the most gorgeous shade of blue!\n18. Emery Creek Falls, Chatsworth\nView this post on Instagram 6 miles. 20+ water crossings. 2 waterfalls. 4 hours. 1 awesome friend to do it all with. . . . Today was so much fun hiking #EmeryCreekFalls with the beautiful, funny, kind, outdoorsy @laurinwanderland #HikeGeorgia #EmeryCreek #CohuttaMountains #ExpeditionGeorgia #GirlsWhoHike #WanderOftenWonderAlways #BillyCollinsworthBrand #WorkHardTryHarderPrayALot #MountainGirls #JadesGotTheSnacks #LaurensGotTheMaps #WesternBellesBlazinTrails A post shared by Jade Perry (@jaderperry) on Mar 18, 2018 at 4:31pm PDT\nThis waterfall is a prize you have to work for. The trail is moderately intense, and you'll most likely get your feet wet in river crossings. But, hey, you'll be glad you did it!\n19. Falls Branch Falls, Cherry Log\nView this post on Instagram Would it really be a family picture if Ralph wasn’t in it.👪 . . . . Spent the day swimming in a water fall. Ralph was champ and jumped right in, even though he couldn’t stop shivering. A post shared by Ryleigh (@ryleigh_dambrosio) on Jun 30, 2018 at 12:41pm PDT\nThis short and sweet hike leads you to Falls Branch Falls, a gorgeous waterfall that's great for cooling off on a hot summer's day! It's the perfect waterfall to visit if you only have an hour or two to kill.\n20. High Falls, Jackson\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Olga Arhipova (@olapastukh) on Jul 1, 2018 at 4:41pm PDT\nHigh Falls is the perfect place to spend an entire afternoon. With picnic tables and washrooms, you can bring a lunch and stay and play in the sun all day! A little cool off in the water, and you'll be all set.\n21. Jacks River Falls, Blue Ridge\nView this post on Instagram 🎶 People call us renegades cuz we like livin crazy. We like taking on the town cuz peoples gettin lazy. 🎶 #renegade #keepitwild #forceofnature #cantbetamed #happygirl #waterfall #waterfallwednesday #dontgochasingwaterfalls #jacksriver #cohuttawilderness #hiking #hiker #wandernorthga #georgia #liveoutdoors #optoutside #hiketheglobe #womenempowerment #womenwhohike #outdoorwomen #wanderer #wildwoman #naturephotography #naturegram #traveler #goprophotography #goprohero5 #potd #instamood #moodygrams A post shared by Brittany (@brittanydoesntgetbored) on Oct 31, 2017 at 9:14pm PDT\nBe ready to get your feet wet when hiking to this scenic waterfall! The adventurous trek rewards you with stunning views of Jacks River Falls, and it's most enjoyable on a gorgeous summer's day!\n22. Keown Falls, LaFayette\nView this post on Instagram Keown Falls is a really neat little loop hike with some awesome scenery. It’s such a shame that people have to come ruin it with beer cans a graffiti (can you spot the big ugly face?). I picked up what trash I could on my hike back, but there was a ton by the entrance. Please remember to always #LeaveNoTrace and keep our parks beautiful for future hikers! A post shared by Kelli Kreager (@kellikreager) on Nov 2, 2017 at 4:58pm PDT\nThis towering, trickling waterfall comes with a view that's just as beautiful as Keown Falls itself! It looks out for miles onto sprawling forests, which are especially beautiful if you go in the fall months.\n23. Lula Falls, Flintstone\nView this post on Instagram Go explore ⛰ A post shared by Valerie Maldonado (@valevoila) on Apr 15, 2017 at 7:25am PDT\nLula Falls is definitely one of the most picturesque waterfalls. It towers down dramatically and comes complete with a bunch of trails in the area so you can choose your own adventure\n24. Panther Creek Falls, Clarkesville\nView this post on Instagram Engineers and a Psychologist at Panther’s Creek Trail. #CEED #SURE #georgiatech A post shared by Juan Sebastian Rubio López (@astrosebastian) on Jul 1, 2018 at 10:44am PDT\nThis is one of the more challenging waterfalls to get to, involving a difficult 7-mile roundtrip hike. However, it is SO worth it—it's one of North Georgia's most popular waterfall destinations.\n25. Oceana Falls, Tallulah Falls\nView this post on Instagram 💦📷🌲🌿 #OceanaFalls #getoutdoors #Yonder #gopro #TallulahGorge #getoutside #exploremore #outdoorwomen #in2nature #earth #waterfall #exploregeorgia A post shared by 🅰ngee 🐱 Hicks (@angeehicks) on Jun 27, 2015 at 10:14am PDT\nA popular spot for extreme kayakers, this waterfall is definitely unique. It has a slanted rockface in which the water cascades down, making it a super cool spot unlike any other!\n26. Vickery Creek Falls, Roswell\nView this post on Instagram Trying to look graceful while repeating to myself “don’t slip and fall don’t slip and fall”. A post shared by Rashielle Teape (@thirdislandgirl) on Jun 27, 2018 at 3:54pm PDT\nThis man-made waterfall in the metro Atlanta region is no less beautiful than any of the natural falls in the state. There's a historic mill and hiking trails in the area for a full day of exploratory fun!\n27. Trahlyta Falls, Owltown\nView this post on Instagram Trahlyta falls A post shared by Katie (@floral.katiee) on Aug 18, 2018 at 7:39pm PDT\nLeading to the gorgeous Lake Trahlyta, Trahlyta Falls is a cascading waterfall that tumbles down a series of boulders and steps. It's most beautiful in the fall when the surrounding forest is bright and scenic.\n28. Tempesta Falls, Clarkesville\nView this post on Instagram I often bring a small tube of bubbles with me whenever we go somewhere cool💭 #tallulahgorge #tempestafalls #bubbles #lotsofstairs #goingdown A post shared by Kylie Wheeler (@kywhee) on Oct 29, 2015 at 4:33pm PDT\nTempesta Falls is best viewed from above (and made even more magical with bubbles!). The large falls will remind you of the power and beauty of our natural world.\n29. Caledonia Cascade, Tallulah Falls\nView this post on Instagram Can we just rewind to one week a go #Cyprus #cherry #picking #caledonia #cascades 😙💦💦 A post shared by N R (@nihnooo) on Jun 30, 2017 at 3:18am PDT\nThe Caledonia Cascade is another waterfall located near the Tallulah Gorge. This tiered waterfall features three drops and is best viewed from the hiking trail around the rim of the gorge.\n30. Long Creek Falls, Blue Ridge\nView this post on Instagram Good for the Soul Saturday 🌿 #longcreekfalls #ptakesahike #hikingbesties A post shared by Lupita Fraire (@lupitafraire) on Jul 14, 2018 at 2:06pm PDT\nTopping off our list is Long Creek Falls, located in Fannin County, GA. The fairly wide falls are roughly 50 feet high. You'll be amazed by its beauty, no doubt!\nDisclaimer: We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.