I could hike at High Falls State Park every day of the week and be perfectly content. The falls are absolutely gorgeous and there is always something to see at the 1,050-acre Georgia state park. One of our favorite attractions are the numerous geese that hover around the water’s edge. Take plenty of bread to feed them or they will chase you, lol. They have yurts to stay in or pack your tent or bring your camper. They also have 1 Pioneer Campground and 1 Paddle-In Primitive Campsite (sleeps 25). March is my favorite time of the year to go hiking because it’s not hot but it’s not cold either, however, there are events all throughout the year and I try to attend several because it’s one of the few places that dogs are allowed. There is a playground for kids and plenty of picnic tables although we always prefer to stretch out on the ground with our picnic blanket. There are picnic shelters as well. If you love getting in touch with nature, you’ll want to plan a weekend trip to High Falls State Park in Georgia.