When I visited northern Georgia in May 2012 searching for more waterfalls, I stopped at the Dukes Creek Falls Recreation Area in the Chattahoochee National Forest. The main attraction is clearly Dukes Creek Falls, which I’ll save for another time. Dukes Creek Falls is not found along Dukes Creek, but instead Davis Creek (confusing, isn’t it?). Dukes Creek Falls is found at the confluence of Davis Creek and Duke Creek.
1) From Cleveland, Georgia, head northwest along GA-11.
2) After some distance turn right on GA-75.
3) Again, some distance later, turn left on GA-348. (I seem to remember this turn coming rather abruptly.)
4) Drive two miles to the parking area for Dukes Creek Falls Recreation Area. A National Forest pass will be required, which carries a daily cost.
5) Follow the trail to Dukes Falls, paying attention to the creek that you will be walking parallel to. It will be on your right as your hiking to the other falls. (It becomes slightly more apparent on the way back to the parking area.)