Lula Lake Land Trust is an 8,000 acre watershed located on Lookout Mountain. Lula Lake provides visitors with an opportunity to hike, visit a picturesque waterfall and even cycle on some trails.
One of the highlights of the land trust is the Chattanooga Connector Trail, which helps join several areas in North Georgia and Tennessee. The trail is 4.1 miles long and serves as a link to many other trails in the area, including Cloudland Canyon State Park, Five Points, National Park Service trails, and the Tennessee Riverwalk.
One of the highlights is the 120 foot “Lula Falls,” which is about a 30 minute hike one way from the core preserve entry point.
The Moonshine Trails are another exciting path located at Lula Lake Land Trust. The trail adds an additional 4 miles to the land trust and offers an experience filled with features of the natural landscape like rock bridges and boulders along with a few man-made features.
Lula Lake Land Trust is open to the public on the first and last Saturday/Sunday of every month from May through November. From December through April, Lula Lake is only open on the first and last Saturday or the month. Effective June 30th, there is now a $10 per car conservation fee charged to enter the park.
Saturdays: 9am- 3:30pm
*If the gate is closed earlier, they are over capacity
Lula Lake Land Trust
5000 Lula Lake Road
Lookout Mountain, Ga 30750
Phone: (706) 820-0520