Anna Ruby Falls Recreation Area

Anna Ruby Falls lies in the heart of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest and has become one of North Georgia’s premier vacation destinations.

Location
3455 Anna Ruby Falls Road
Helen, GA 30545
Office Phone

706.878.1448


Site Info.


Open Year Round
7 days a week
9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Please Note: No entry after 5:00 pm

Admission
$5.00 – per person ages 16 & up
Senior Access & Interagency Pass Holders – Free

In case of inclement weather, please call ahead to ensure that we’re open.

Camping opportunities close by at Morganton Point, Lake Winfield Scott, Lake Russell, and Lake Rabun Beach.

HAVE YOU BEEN HERE?
Take Survey

Make sure to pick up your “Visitor Center Passport” and get your stamp!
– Collect all five stamps: Northwest Trading Post, Pisgah Visitor Center, Anna Ruby Falls, Brasstown Bald, The Cradle
– Pick up a passport at any visitor center. Get all five and receive a special edition token!

Spectacular Anna Ruby Falls lies in the heart of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest and has become one of North Georgia’s premier spots to visit. The Recreation Area consists of a visitor center with local crafts, educational items and clothing, picnic spots, fishing, and of course the paved hiking trail to Anna Ruby Falls. Throughout the year, the Visitor Center hosts public programs and activities ranging from stargazing to viewing the Foxfire – a bioluminescent insect larva that glows in the dark! Taking a trip to Helen, GA? Anna Ruby Falls is a short drive away, and only a few hours from Atlanta. In short, we’re the perfect place to relax and unwind!  Be sure to visit our other beautiful Recreation Area, Brasstown Bald, located just a short drive away!

While getting “out there” and getting your hands dirty, make sure to do your part to recreate responsibly. Take a minute to visit our FIND forest friends and learn how!


FIND Adventure - On Site


  • Visitor Center & Gift Shop featuring local crafts, souvenirs and educational items
  • View both waterfalls and creek from our paved, .8 miles interpretive trail
  • Hiking trails
  • Snacks and drinks available on-site
  • Hiking & picnic opportunities
  • School & private group programs
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Lion’s Eye Trail designed for people in wheelchairs and those with visual disabilities
  • Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash at all times. Please clean up after your pet!

FIND Adventure - Off Site


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