Special Places

Chattooga Headwaters and Overflow Creek

Overflow Creek is one of the three chief tributaries that join to make the West Fork of the Chattooga River, a National Wild and Scenic River. The Bartram Trail follows Overflow Creek, and old-growth forests are found in several coves. Glen Falls is a popular and scenic hiking destination that creates a spray cliff habitat important for several rare species.

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Popular activities in the Chattooga Headwaters and Overflow Creek

paddling

Paddling

hiking

Hiking

running

Running

swimming

Swimming

scenic views

Scenic Views

old growth

Old-Growth

climbing

Climbing

equestrian

Equestrian

rare species

Rare Species

fishing

Fishing