Toccoa Falls is located on the grounds of Toccoa Falls College, a Christian college just outside of — you guessed it — Toccoa, Georgia. Here is a view of the falls today:
Many of the trees in front of the falls no longer exist. Many of them were probably destroyed in a flash flood which occurred in 1977, caused by a dam failure upstream of the falls, and which killed 30 people.
Today, one must go through a visitors center in order to access the falls, for which the college charges a nominal fee. Across the street from the visitors center is a beach of sorts — a pond in which the students can swim. A sign near the pond reminds female students that two-piece bathing suits are prohibited. Lead us not into temptation.