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Tallulah River


The Tallulah River originates in North Carolina, flows southeastward, entering Georgia in Towns County. It continues its southeastward flow, its total length being approximately 40 miles, before emptying into the Tugaloo River in Habersham County. At the confluence of the Tugaloo River and Seneaca River (a South Carolina river), the Savannah River is formed. The Savannah River then flows southward, forming the Georgia/South Carolina border, before emptying into the Atlantic Ocean near the city of Savannah.

Links:

Tallulah Gorge State Park
Tallulah River (USGS)
Tallulah Basin (Sherpa Guides)
Tallulah River Trout Fishing (North Georgia Trout Online)
Tallulah River on YouTube
The Waterfalls at Tallulah Gorge State Park (Alan Easler)

Tallulah River View large image

Tallulah River Map
Source: Reid McCallister and Charles Pou

Tallulah River View large image

Tallulah River
Source: Jim Kundell

Tallulah River View large image

Tallulah River in Tallulah Gorge
Source: Don Esa

Tallulah River View large image

Tallulah River in Tallulah Gorge
Source: Don Esa

Tallulah River View large image

Tallulah River in Tallulah Gorge
Source: Don Esa