The Lula Lake Land Trust extends from the lake and falls area (referred to as the "core property") to our common boundary with Cloudland Canyon State Park in the Durham/Ascalon area. Its contiguous holdings include public and private protected land, and are linked by a growing network of recreational trails (the "Cloudland Connector" trail system, jointly managed by the LLLT and CCSP, and served currently by three trailheads).Put Lula Lake & Land Trust into our Lookout Mountain tour itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Lookout Mountain.
The final section of this series will be finished in 2013, which will connect the LLLT to the original CCSP which is accessed now from its entrance off of Georgia Highway 136.
Lula Lake & Land Trust reviews
We had a great hike at this awesome land trust and the falls where breathtaking. Ok so that is what everyone is gonna tell you but listen I am a kinda overweight dude in my early 50's with a... more »
Had a wonderful challenging 4 mile hike. Gorgeous waterfalls and pools. Great overlook. Make a reservation more »
Don’t waste your time! 17.55$ parking not worth it. You can go anywhere in 20 miles range see same beautiful nature and not pay anything at all. Hike is 3 miles to the waterfalls. No swimming allowed. Two waterfalls are the main feature there. All pictures added. I would not come back and would suggest to visit Cloudland Canyon or other places around.
I wanted to say thank you to the amazing staff on hand today. I was on your beautiful property with my husband, children and dogs.... we are avid hikers and an outdoor family and were very excited to spend the day hiking at the falls. We took our 3 dogs down multiple trails, and to the Bottom of the falls and they loved every minute. However, very abruptly and unexpectedly our English Bulldog had a heart attack on the last stretch back to the parking lot. Your staff did everything they could to help, from allowing me to drive down the trail, to helping my children with our other dogs and calling the local vet for help. Sadly our Rocco didn’t make it and took the walk over the Rainbow Bridge. We will never forget our perfect and amazing day at Lula Falls and will cherish every memory made. But, again thank you to all the wonderful people working today that helped in every way possible. I truly felt they would have done anything to help my family. We will be back again to visit when the time is right. He loved to hike, even though he sounded like a freight train after just a few yards and was scared to death of water we knew he was 100% enjoying his time today. Thank you again from the bottom of our very broken hearts.
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