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Lula Lake & Land Trust, Lookout Mountain

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  • Came here by recommendations of friends on a Saturday around noon. Since they open only twice a month parking was a little bit tricky, since quite some people came out that day. Took the hike up to th...  more »
  • This place is a true gem! I wasn't sure what to expect when we visited last weekend, but our hike was even better than what I imagined! First, like other reviewers have stated, it is only open the fir...  more »
  • All in all about 7 miles of trails. We did 4.5 miles and enjoyed some awesome views. My favorite trail is the bluff trail. The water is a gorgeous blue green color and there are plenty of places to ha...  more »
  • This a private land trust not a public state park. With that in mind it's a fantastic place to appreciate nature and conservation.
  • Beautiful. We took long way in and out but, it was so worth the beauty we seen. We will be back soon. Adventure trail was awesome all the ropes and such made it super fun.
  • An absolute treasure to enjoy. Spend the whole day hiking the many trails. Enjoy the Bluff Trail and the view overlooking the valley below. Hike to the bottom of Lula Falls, find the perfect rock, and sit for a while. Bring friends and have a great day! The core property of the Land Trust, including Lula Lake and Lula Falls, is open on the first and last Saturday of each month, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern
  • It's a great place, it has many trail to enjoy and the waterfall is breath taking.
  • It's usually very crowded and it's only open 4 days a month but it's pretty nice.