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Toccoa is the gateway to Northeast Georgia! Within minutes of us you'll find...

Picture of Toccoa Falls

Toccoa Falls

A beautiful 186-foot- high waterfall nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This stunning waterfall is commonly said to be one of the tallest single-drop-free-falling waterfalls east of the Mississippi. Toccoa Falls College encompasses the whole of Toccoa Falls, which is located only a couple miles outside of downtown Toccoa from us. From their gift shop, it is just a 100 yard walk along the stream to the base of the falls. At 186 feet, Toccoa Falls is 26 feet taller than Niagara Falls. Wheelchair Accessible.

Creek near Broad River Trail

Hiking Trails in Stephens County, GA

Broad River Trail - Meanders alongside the middle branch of the Broad River.

Panther Creek Trail - Challenging point-to-point hike past smaller falls, cascades, and Panther Creek Falls.

Currahee Mountain Trail- Hike or run the historic Currahee Mountain, the mountain of “Band of Brothers” fame, to long-range summit views.

Currahee Mountain

Historic Currahee Mountain

Currahee, "Ol' Currahee" as we know it, is famous worldwide and has stood for centuries as a beacon to the families that lived within its glorious view. The phrase, "I wish I could see Ol' Currahee", has been repeated many times, I am sure, by those that have traveled to distant places in the world. I do know that I have uttered the phrase. Always on our return, it would be standing in the distance to beckon us home. It has been accepted over the years that Currahee means "Stands Alone" or "Alone on the Plain" and was named by the Indian tribes that lived around it. 

Photo depicting the Train depot, with sign listing its contents: The Stephens County Historical Society office, Currahee Military Museum, and Stephens County History Museum

Currahee Military Museum

The Stephens County Historical Society Office, Currahee Military Museum, and Stephens County History Museum are all located in the newly renovated to period Train Depot in historical downtown Toccoa, where paratroopers first arrived in town by train before walking to the camp to begin their training. Hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm and Sunday from 1 pm to 4 pm excluding New Year's Eve, New Year's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day. You will also find here is also where one of the only 5 AMTRAK stations in Georgia reside.

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