I don’t remember the specifics of the hike to Warwoman Dell Falls. I don’t think it was a long hike. What I do remember is I tried to visit the waterfall unsuccessfully when I first visited the area in 2009. I then successfully visited the falls when I visited the area again in 2017.
There is a parking are for Warwoman Dell, which leads to other hiking opportunities in northeast Georgia. When I visited in 2009, I remember being barely able to rent a car…I was barely 25, which is often the requirement to rent a car. I think I was worried that I would somehow damage the vehicle. As I was driving by the road that leads to the parking area, I realized that it was rather odd. The road leading to the parking area is steep and I was concerned I was going to scrape the bottom of the vehicle. These waterfalls are out there, and cell phones weren’t so reliable, so I made the decision to skip this waterfall.
In 2017, with cell phones now being much more reliable and me being a little bit more reliable/confident now that I was older, the turn didn’t seem as daunting. So I turned down the road and parked, and then wandered to the falls. It seemed to be a short hike to the falls, but there wasn’t much water flowing. I then headed across the street to find Becky Branch Falls. There are so many wonderful waterfalls in this area, so if you have a lot of time, stop to see these falls. Otherwise, I would honestly choose to see other falls.
- From Clayton, GA at the intersection of GA-441 and US-76, head east on Rickman Street, which turns into Warwoman Road (or Dusty Lane).
- After 3 miles, you’ll come to Warwoman Dell. Turn right and go downhill to the parking area for Warwoman Dell.
- You’ll then hike a bit west to the falls.
Accessibility: 10/10 (easy)
Hike: 0.4 miles round-trip
Where in the World is Warwoman Dell Falls?