- The Chatooga River flows through this district, it is one of the longest free flowing rivers in the south and has been given "Wild and Scenic" designation. This area is also graced with large stand of old growth timber along beautiful stream sides.
Recreation - The Tallulah Ranger district has 5 campgrounds to offer. Horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, and off-road vehicle riding opportunities abound on the areas many trial systems.
Climate - The Georgia Mountains area of the Chattahoochee National Forest has summers with warm to mild days and comfortably cool nights. Winters in the area can be quite cold with snow and ice at he higher elevations. Precipitation varies but usually stay between 50 an 80 inches a year, most of this in winter
The Tallulah Ranger district is in the northeast corner of the Chattahoochee National Forest, which lies along the northern edge of Georgia. The National Forest lies between Highways I-75 and I-85. The district office is in Clayton, on Hwy. 76.