Lake Conasauga Area Trails

EASY 9 reviews

Lake Conasauga Area Trails is a 6.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Crandall, GA that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October.

6.2 miles 962 feet Loop

kid friendly

birding

camping

hiking

nature trips

walking

lake

views

wild flowers

wildlife

hiking
3 months ago

8 months ago

hiking
1 year ago

Very nice, well maintained trail system. As far as lake hikes go this is the best in GA, in my opinion. Great camping and all other trails in the area are nice

3 years ago

Brilliant area. Well maintained, beautiful, great for the family. The trail around the lake is gravel – it's a really nice walk with benches placed in various locations along the way. A few great campsites if you're into car camping. Running water, a few water fountains, bathrooms, swimming area, fishing dock and nice picnic areas with tables and grills.

camping
3 years ago

One of our favorite places to camp. We usually go several times a year.

hiking
3 years ago

The view from the fire tower on the Songbird trail is outstanding. A very clean lake with primo rustic camping sites on the water.

camping
3 years ago

This campsite is awesome for a family. The water is crystal clear with a swimming section in the lake. We stayed a weekend and its a great get away spot. Bring canoes and fishing gear!

hiking
4 years ago

a super easy hike. great for kids. there is a beaver dam, aquatic plants and birds. very pleasant loop around the lake.

hiking
4 years ago

The trail around the lake is great for grandma or small kids. No way one could get lost. Assuming distance of 1.7 miles is correct. The path is mostly gravel with a few small bridges. Nice views of the lake. Didn't see any critters or evidence of critters because we were a MeetUp group of 15 with just about as many dogs.

I like hikes that are challenging, have an opportunity to see wildlife, or some awesome view. This didn't have any of them. There are markers for the Tower Trail and Songbird Trails on this hike.

There is a comfort station with bathrooms and running water in sinks (no showers). Guessing about 20 campsites.