Bull Sluice is a prominent rapid on the Georgia and South Carolina border on the Chattooga River, which was featured in the film Deliverance. You can often see kayakers and rafters running this dangerous IV+ rapid, which drops 14 feet. A paved trail leads part of the way on this 0.2 mile hike to an observation platform. Its convenient location off of the US76 bridge makes it a popular destination.
GPS Waypoints for the parking area: Lat: 34.8147 Lon: -83.3051
1. NORTHWEST on US Hwy. 76 from Westminster for 17 miles to the parking area on the RIGHT before the bridge over the Chattooga River.
2. PARK on the SC side.
3. Follow the paved trail of the LEFT of the Information Station.
4. Turn RIGHT onto the gravel trail and follow to the observation platform.
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