Hike the Marble Mine Trail in Georgia’s James H “Sloppy” Floyd State Park to an abandoned mine entrance, a trickling waterfall, and beautiful sunset views over a glassy lake.
Hike the James E Edmonds Trail at Black Rock Mountain State Park, exploring stunning summit views, tumbling streams, and a secluded waterfall on this difficult six-mile loop at Georgia’s highest-elevation state park.
Follow the Falls Trail at High Falls State Park, hiking a double loop to beautiful views of a series of enormous, thundering waterfalls near Macon.
Hike the Appalachian Approach Trail from Amicalola Falls to Springer Mountain, the southernmost end of the AT in Georgia.
Explore Panola Mountain State Park on a ranger-led guided sunset hike to the mountain’s summit, and explore the mountain’s fragile, rare ecosystem.
Hike the Wormsloe Historic Site near Savannah, following the Battery Trail to Oak Avenue’s 400 moss-draped oak trees, historic tabby ruins, beautiful coastal views, and the site of a Civil War fort.
Catch stunning views on this ten-mile roundtrip to the eco-friendly Len Foote Hike Inn, hiking from the tumbling cascades of Amicalola Falls.
Hike these top 10 trails at our favorite Georgia State Parks, trekking some of the most popular, scenery-packed trails in the state. From canyons to river valleys to moss-draped coastal forest, these hikes explore Georgia’s incredibly diverse terrain.
Hike the Gahuti Trail at Fort Mountain State Park in North Georgia, exploring gorgeous overlook vistas, the cascades of a remote waterfall and backcountry campsites.