Hike these top trails near Peachtree City and nearby Newnan, Georgia to waterfalls and tumbling rivers at Sweetwater Creek and Cochran Mill Park. And don’t miss the newly-blazed trails at Chattahoochee Bend – one of Georgia’s newest State Parks – or the soaring ridge at FD Roosevelt State Park
Sweetwater Creek State Park’s Yellow Trail hikes a scenic, moderately difficult 3.4 mile loop, crossing the creek via a bridge to explore the eastern shore of Sweetwater Creek.
This trail hikes the Pine Mountain Trail at Georgia’s FD Roosevelt State Park, hiking a 4.3 mile loop to high-elevation valley views on the lofty Pine Mountain Ridge.
This 2 mile trail in Atlanta’s Sweetwater Creek State Park hikes to historic mill ruins and follows the banks of Sweetwater Creek along rushing rapids and small waterfalls.
Combine the white and red trails at Georgia’s Sweetwater Creek State Park to hike a 4.1 mile, moderate loop through creek and forest ecosystems just outside of Atlanta.
Hike 10.8 miles through diverse landscape at this Georgia State Park along the Chattahoochee River’s banks south of Atlanta. For an overnight adventure, backpack and stay at the platform campsites at the trail’s end.
Hike 5.6 miles to the beautiful Henry Mill waterfall on Bear Creek’s meandering banks in Cochran Mill Park, 25 miles southeast of Atlanta.
This 3.1 mile hiking trail combines the red and blue trails at Georgia’s Sweetwater Creek State Park for a moderate hike to historic mill ruins, the falls of Sweetwater Creek, and through woodland forest.
We review the best trails in Georgia - from local Atlanta walking, hiking and running trails to Georgia hiking and backpacking adventures.
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