Iron Hill Trail is a 3.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Cartersville, Georgia that features a lake. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and mountain biking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
$5.00 for parking
It was great hiking. Very easy and wide enough to enjoy different activities. Not crowded, so it is definitely good for family.
pretty easy took my 3 yr old with me of course he may have walked a whole 1 mile lol nice view of lake and theres you are hear signs about every half mile there are benches and picnic tables to sit at and there are a few bridges.
to Kim below saying its poorly marked must not have paid attention there are blue lines on trees arrow signs marking the way and the you are here signs you have to be blind not to see them
Hiked this trail for the first time and really enjoyed the lake views and wide trail path. I wish the side trails were marked so we could try a new path without fear of taking a wrong turn. Poorly marked for a fee pay GA state park.
Just a great trail worth the parking fee. Awesome views of the lake with a great work out.
Good trail. Wide and well maintained. Several trails off of the main trail to explore. Good lake views. My dogs love it here.
This is a great trail! It's part of a bigger campground that has been closed for sometime. Many use the trail for Mountain Bikes it's a wide main trail with several smaller trails. Great trail for your dogs please respect other hikers and bikers keep pets on a leash and please pick up after your dog. This trail and campground will soon be under stewardship of 3 Boy Scout Districts Appalachian Trail, Foothills, Silver Comet the goal is to preserve and maintaining the trail and show the beauty of Red Top Mountain State Park.
Great 2 hour hike to bring the dogs on. Very flat, more like just walking thru the woods. Trail follows the water's edge which is awesome to run down and take a dip or let the dogs cool off.
Great trail for exercise and scenery! We love it! Only one encounter which was frightening is when a couple near the lake had their Pit Bull off of his leash, and he charged up the hill to growl at my daughter and me as we were walking the trail. I stood totally still and told them to get their dog now! They were slow doing this but finally got their dog! I love all animals, but this was scary!!
Love the blue trail! Nice and level - great for even little dogs with small legs :) Circles the lake (lots of lake views, including cool little coves) and there are places to cut down to the water for picnics, swim or just watch the boaters on the lake.
The only section that is iffy (water wise) is the side with the old campground - you can't swim on that side, lots of rocks and branches in the water (no swimming signs posted). The picnic tables on that side are covered in moss and the area is over-grown. Kind of a shame, actually.
A great place to get a nice walk in or spend the day!
Nice and easy wide gravel path. Not too crowded on a Sunday afternoon.