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.

Our ENO hammocks top our lists of our favorite outdoor gear. From the towering mountain summits on the Appalachian Trail to the sandy beaches of Cumberland Island, there’s no better way to kick back and relax, on or off the trail. They travel with us pretty much everywhere, and are a staple in our backpacks. And setting up an ENO is a breeze (check out our ENO hammock review for more info). Find two sturdy trees and a gorgeous view, and you’ll be relaxing, ENO style, in minutes.

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Our favorite spots to hammock near Atlanta

While a hammock can turn just about anywhere into a relaxation-filled paradise, here’s a few of our absolute favorite spots to hang an ENO in the metro Atlanta area:

Hammock etiquette

To be sure everyone has a great time, remember a few simple rules of etiquette:
Please don’t block the trail.
To help keep everyone safe, don’t pathways with your hammock or straps.
Please don’t block the view.
To save a great view for everyone, pick a spot that’s out of the way so others can share in the beauty.
Please protect the trees.
Improperly made straps and ropes can damage tree bark, injuring the tree. Use straps that help to minimize damage to a tree, like the ENO Atlas Suspension System. For more tips, follow these easy steps from Leave No Trace to hammock responsibly and help keep our forests healthy and strong.
And please leave no trace.
Enjoy the forest, but please help preserve Georgia’s natural beauty. Please remember to pack out everything you’ve packed in, and leave no trace.


Rob Sollie
Author

Rob Sollie fell in love with the outdoors while growing up in Montana near Glacier National Park. Since he moved to Atlanta in 2001, he’s made it a mission to find great outdoor adventures in Georgia and throughout the South. Rob’s favorite trails include the Conasauga River Trail in Georgia and the Deep Gap Trail at Mount Mitchell near Asheville.