Immerse yourself in the grandeur of nature with this flat and recycled-tire-coated 0.3-mile trail. Located about 21 miles from Ellijay on Highway 52, the West Ridge Falls Access Trail offers unforgettable views of the 729-foot Amicalola Falls, the tallest cascading waterfall east of the Mississippi River. The accessible trail leads to the falls, halfway up the majestic descent. Wheelchair users and those with walkers will find the gentle slope accommodating, and the trail features paved surfaces for even footing. The park provides handicapped-accessible parking, restrooms, and lodging options.
Venture into the heart of nature along this paved 0.01-mile trail designed for the visually impaired. Interpretive signs, including braille, offer an enriching experience for all visitors.
For those seeking a short hike near Helen, follow this 0.3-mile trail — the first tenth of a mile is wheelchair accessible. Revel in the beauty of Dukes Creek Falls and its surroundings.
Experience the beauty of Ellijay through an easy 1.7-mile walk on this wheelchair-accessible trail. The path is illuminated at night for better visibility.
Cool off at the Meeks Park Pool and Splash Pad. The splash pad is accessible by wheelchair, complemented by a handicapped pool lift. This recreational oasis in Blairsville ensures a delightful experience for all. ADA restrooms and parking are also available.
Nestled by Blood Mountain, Vogel State Park offers ADA restrooms, picnic spots, and easy walking trails amidst the vibrant fall foliage of the Blue Ridge Mountains. While wheelchair access trails might be limited, the park ensures an inclusive experience for all to enjoy.