Rock Mountain (Georgia) facts for kids
This page is about individual mountains named Rock Mountain in the U.S. State of Georgia. For other individual mountains named Rock Mountain, see Rock Mountain (disambiguation). For individual mountains named Rocky Mountain, see Rocky Mountain (disambiguation). For peaks or mountains named Rocky Knob, see Rocky Knob (disambiguation). For the mountain range in western North America, see Rocky Mountains.
Rock Mountain is a name used to describe two different mountains located in the North Georgia mountains that are in two different Georgia counties.
- Rock Mountain is a 1,420-foot (430 m) mountain located west of Armuchee, Georgia. It was named for its rocky peak. It is the location of the Rocky Mountain Project and the Rocky Mountain Hydroelectric Plant.
- A 3,640-foot (1,110 m) mountain called Black Rock Mountain is located on the eastern Continental Divide in north central Rabun County not far from the highest point in the county, Rabun Bald.
- Rock Mountain, elevation 2,824 feet (861 m), is located on the west bank of the Tallulah River near its confluence with the Coleman River.
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