[November 5] 2022,Location :Lula Lake Land Trust 5000 Lula Lake Road Lookout
Mountain, GA 30750 United States
Open Gate Day- LULA LAKE
About This Event Open Gate Day- LULA LAKE
The Core Preserve at Lula Lake is accessible to the public for hiking on Open Gate Days. To preserve the peace of nature, reservations are essential and there are a limited number of available spots.
Arrival times are divided up into reservations. These indicate the hours during which you can check in at our Core Preserve, which is situated at 5000 Lula Lake Road. At 5:00 PM ET, the Core Preserve will end immediately. All visitors arriving in the vehicle of the person making the reservation sign our Release of Liability on their behalf.
Reservations are accepted year-round. Refunds and cancellations are accepted up to 48 hours in advance. Each reservation is subject to a $16.00 conservation use fee. All earnings are reinvested in preserving Lula Lake in full. Buses, passenger vans, and extra-large cars are not permitted; one reservation equals one parking place. If there are cancellations, there will be a wait list created. Non-profit organisations can contact our office at 706-820-0520 to schedule a visit. It is required to cancel reservations at least 48 hours in advance.
Do you want a knowledgeable guide to show you the trails if you intend to attend an Open Gate Day to hike? Join us on one of our Open Gate Day walks! We will hike the “Classic Loop,” guided by a local expert, where you will get to see all the amazing sights, such as the well-known Lula Lake, the stunning 110-foot Lula Falls, and the lovely Bluff overlook. Discover the background of the Lula Lake Land Trust, our conservation initiatives, and everything that the stunning Core Preserve has to offer. This trek is rated as moderately challenging because it is 4.5 miles long and gains 700 feet in height. Group treks will start at 11:00 and last for three to four hours.
*One Guided Hike Ticket entitles the bearer to unrestricted use of Open Gate Day during business hours. A separate Open Gate Day entry ticket does NOT need to be purchased in addition to the Guided Hike ticket.
$40 for each participant. To reserve a place, click tickets.
For the group hike, a minimum of 4 persons are necessary. We will swap your ticket for a standard car pass if the minimum is not satisfied.
Plan your hike and come at Lula Lake Land Trust at any time during your scheduled arrival time (5000 Lula Lake Road, Lookout Mountain, GA 30750). You’ll be told where to park, and before going on a hike, you must check in with our personnel.
All guests ought to prepare for a secluded outdoor experience. Carry water, put on good hiking boots, bring a raincoat, and be conscious of your physical limitations. The 4.2-mile round-trip hike to the Lake and Falls is the simplest. The most popular path (“The Classic Loop”) of the standard hiking experience is typically a 3-hour hike, and last admission is at 2:00 PM ET.
You may find more information, suggested trail itineraries, and maps online at www.LulaLake.org/visit.
Picnicking is permitted in three main locations: the meadow area near the footbridge, the lake, and the bluff, where grills are accessible. Pack everything out before you pack everything in. The number of waste facilities is quite little.
We appreciate your help in keeping Lula Lake tidy.
On a leash, dogs are allowed. Kindly clean up after your pet.
At all times, swimming is not permitted at Lula Lake, and dogs should not be left in the water.
If you try to go to the waterfall’s base after 3:30 PM ET, you won’t make it before it closes at 5:00 PM ET.
All visitors must depart the Core Preserve by 5:00 PM Eastern Time.
During Open Gate Day, call 911 in the event of a critical emergency if you are on the property. Call 706-483-2628 if
you get lost on a trail or need help while on private property on Open Gate Day.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What are my alternatives for travelling to and from Lula Lake in terms of parking and mode of transportation? Along Lula Lake Road, just inside the south gate, is the parking lot. Please carpool as 1 reservation = 1 parking place. Large passenger vehicles including buses, motor coaches, and passenger vans are not accepted. No parking is available on Lula Lake Road or at Rock Creek Fellowship Church; citations will be given. Users of the Cloudland Connector Trail may never pass by Lula Lake on their way to the Nickajack Trailhead.
Exists a handicap parking area?
A small amount of disabled parking is available close to Lula Lake and Lula Fall. It is still a brief distance to travel over unsteady ground. No claims are made about Lula Lake being ADA compliant. Please use common sense and be aware of your limitations.
What could we be able to bring?
All guests ought to prepare for a secluded outdoor experience. Be aware of your physical limitations, bring water, put on strong hiking shoes, pack a rain jacket, and use sunscreen. The 3.2 mile round trip hike to the Lake and Falls is the simplest. Get ready. A picnic must be transported both indoors and outside on foot or by bicycle.
How can I get in touch with the Lula Lake Land Trust if I have any inquiries?
Prior to Open Gate Days, inquiries can be handled by phoning 706-820-0520 from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. If you get voice mail, leave a message, and we’ll call you back. On weekends, we do not check our phones or social media, thus we are unable to respond to specific “day of” inquiries.
What are the refund guidelines?
Up to 48 hours before your intended visit, you may cancel your appointment and receive a refund. Make and abide by your reservations, please.
Is there a policy about drones or photography? Yes. Take lovely pictures, but only leave your footsteps. Out of consideration for other guests, drones are not permitted during Open Gate Days.
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