Cleveland, GA is another small town up in the northeast Georgia mountains, located between Dahlonega and Helen. Like Dahlonega, its historic central square is set up with a central courthouse surrounded by old shops. Cleveland is most famous, however, as the location where the Cabbage Patch Dolls were created.
Known as Babyland General, this site where the well-known Cabbage Patch Dolls are “birthed” and “adopted” is actually a museum dedicated to these dolls that sparked an infamous craze and the originals of which are now worth tens of thousands of dollars.
Just outside Cleveland along Dicks Creek Road are these falls where Dicks Creek and Waters Creek meet.