Twin Falls/Eastatoee Falls
Though this waterfall goes by many names including Reedy Cove Falls and Rock Falls, once you see it you won't forget it. 70-feet of bare granite and rushing waterfalls make this a beautiful sight. The left and larger of the falls tumbles from a height of 75-feet over a massive slab of granite, while the right side manages a short drop onto another stone and then slides down a 45-degree slope before rejoining its brother. It's a fine show for an easy 15-minute walk along the .025 mile trail which leads to a viewing deck with seating. The falls and trail are located on a private nature preserve. You hike at your own risk.
GPS Waypoints Lat: 35.0134 Lon: -82.8178
1. From Pickens, drive NORTH on US 178 for approximately 12 miles and turn LEFT (southwest) onto Cleo Chapman Road (Pickens County S-39-100) at Bob’s Place Tavern.
2. Drive 2 miles to a “T” intersection, then turn RIGHT (north) onto Eastatoe Community Road (Pickens County S-39-92).
3. Drive 1 mile and turn RIGHT (east) onto Waterfalls Road, which turns to gravel.
4. Continue on this road until it ends at a parking area.
5. Walk down the old roadbed that starts at the end of the parking area. It is approximately 0.25 mile to the waterfall.