From Georgia’s mountain summits to sandy beaches, we love hanging out in our ENO hammocks. Our list of our favorite trails for a mid-hike chill in an ENO near Atlanta.
Hike the Gold Branch Trail on the banks of the Chattahoochee River near Roswell, exploring a wildlife-filled forest, visiting Bull Sluice Lake, and catching exceptionally beautiful river views.
Hike or run the Morningside Nature Preserve to a sandy beach and tall swing bridge on South Peachtree Creek, and visit Atlanta’s popular “dog beach”.
Hike the Island Ford Trail to scenic views on the Chattahoochee River, exploring a wildlife-filled forest and several caves on the river’s banks near Roswell.
Hike, bike, walk or run the ultra-scenic paved trail at Paces Mill Park on the Chattahoochee River, following the West Palisades Trail to Rottenwood Creek, a sun-dappled tributary.
Hike or run an 8.5-mile two-trail adventure through two popular Chattahoochee River parks near Atlanta, Cochran Shoals and Sope Creek.
Hike the eleven-mile Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield Trail loop over two mountains, across Civil War battlefields, and to stunning summit views of the Atlanta skyline.
Run or hike the scenic Cheatham Hill Trail at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield, looping to Kolb’s Farm and exploring beautiful meadows, forest, and Civil War battlefields.
Hike the Environmental Trail, exploring the base of Kennesaw Mountain on an easy, one-mile loop. With signs that teach about Kennesaw Mountain’s forest and wildlife, it’s a kid-friendly hike, but great for adults, too.