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 a scenic back route to Anna Ruby Falls, hiking the Smith Creek Trail from Unicoi State Park and following a historic gold mining ditch to Anna Ruby’s stunning double cascades.
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.
Hike the kid-friendly, scenic Lake Trail loop at Fort Mountain State Park, exploring a shady forest and beautiful views from the lake’s shore.
Hike, run or bike the Iron Hill Loop Trail at Red Top Mountain State Park, exploring a scenic lake peninsula and quiet cove on Allatoona Lake, just north of Atlanta.
Hike the ultra-scenic Sweetwater Creek Red Trail to a historic Civil War mill on a rushing, whitewater-filled creek at Sweetwater Creek State Park in Atlanta.
Hike the Sweetwater Creek White Trail and Red Trail, a scenic 4-mile loop to Civil War mill ruins, a tumbling creek and quiet meadows at Georgia’s Sweetwater Creek State Park just west of Atlanta.
Hike the kid-friendly Riverside Trail at Chattahoochee Bend State Park, exploring the Chattahoochee River in a wildlife-filled, shady forest south of Atlanta.