Canada Creek Road

3.3/5 (4 reviews)
Suches, Georgia (Lumpkin County)
Last Updated: 03/25/2021
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Just south of Suches, Georgia along Sally Spillers Creek and then Canada Creek itself lies Canada Creek Road. Formerly popular with the dirt bike riders before it was graveled, this road has one of the best camping spots in the area at the end of the trail right along the creek. Surrounded by sights and sounds of nature the entire way, this trail is also the connecting trail for Forest Service Road 274. If you're looking for a good, off the beaten path camping area or just out for an easy scenic stroll near Suches, give Canada Creek Road a look.

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Trail Reviews

3.3/5 (4 reviews)
Dave G.
Official Crew
16350
Status: Open
Rated 3/5
Visited: 03/25/2021

Fresh gravel on many spots of the road. Very easy drive until the end then some smaller ruts just before the campsite. There are 4 major waterfalls at the end of this trail that involve short hikes - can you find them all?
Trail Review: Canada Creek Road - Dave G.
Status: Open
Rated 4/5
Visited: 05/11/2020

Basically just a gravel road---nothing technical until the end where are some deep ruts and mud. Sadly, there is a moderate amount of trash near the campsite. I picked up a lot while I was there, but I only had a few bags with me. As previously stated, the camp site is the main attraction here. The creek running right by it is beautiful and very peaceful.
Dave G.
Official Crew
16350
Status: Open
Rated 4/5
Visited: 02/27/2020

Took a ride down here today looking for waterfalls. Road in good shape until the last half mile, then gets rocky and that last incline/decline is pretty much 4WD only with a rut down the center. The campground at the end of the trail is truly top notch if you can get it - right next to the creek with some small rapids.
Trail Review: Canada Creek Road - Dave G.
Trail Review: Canada Creek Road - Dave G.
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Dave G.
Official Crew
16350
Status: Open
Rated 2/5
Visited: 08/23/2018

Still a very scenic, easy trail - most of it has been recently graveled with large gravel making for a very bumpy, slow going ride.

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