Tallulah Falls Lake

This is the smallest of Georgia Power’s reservoirs, covering sixty-three acres with 3.6 miles of shoreline.  Impounded in 1912, it is also one of the oldest and is part of Tallulah Gorge State Park.

Shore and boat fishing on all 3 lakes: Tallulah, Tugalo, & Yonah.  Please note the enforced horsepower limit on each lake: Tallulah- 5hp; Tugalo & Yonah- 25 hp.  There is also a  public dock on River St for fishing and picnicing (no swimming allowed) as well as a fishing pier at the Terrora Day Use Area of Tallulah Gorge State Park (a joint venture between Georgia DNR and Georgia Power Company.

Tallulah Lake- the public dock on River St. near Town Hall; Tugalo Lake- Stone Place off of Rock Mountain Rd.; Yonah Lake- Tugalo Village Rd.
Public beach on Georgia Power’s Tallulah Lake at the Terrora Day Use Area.  Tallulah Gorge State Park (a joint venture between Georgia Power Company and Georgia DNR).  Swimming also allowed in the Gorge at Sliding Rock.  Permit required to hike to Sliding Rock.

Partnering with Tallulah Gorge State Park, Georgia Power Companyprovides a picnic area, beach, tennis court, picnic pavillions, playground and much scenic beauty along the shores of Tallulah Lake.  Located on Highway 441 in the city limits of Tallulah Falls.  Park Pass is required.  Georgia Power also provides a 50-site campground with water and electric hook-ups in the heart of Tallulah Gorge State Park.