Martin Creek Falls is just one of the 17 waterfalls in Rabun County that are open to the public to explore.
This two-tier waterfall is approximately 3 feet high with aqautic plants covering the weeping rock wall. This 20 minutes walk (approximately .5 mile in length) follows the Bartram Trail along the west side of the creek.
Directions: From Clayton, go east on Warwoman Road for three miles. Turn left onto Forest Service Road 152 and drive pass the Game Checking Station .5 miles. Park in the small cleared camping area on the left at a sharp left bend in the road. Walk west from the camping area. Cross Martin Creek, then travel uphill for about .4 miles to the top of the falls.