Sutallee Trail is a 5.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Canton, GA that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
There is a mix of everything on these trails. There is a flat portion along the Etowah River, hillier portions father back in the woods, and a crushed gravel loop for light exercise. Local boy scout troops make bridges and do upkeep of trails. Very well-maintained and beautiful. Trails are well-marked with colors. Check out the trail map for further explanation of the trails.
Hard to find from the directions given. The trail is in Boling Park in Canton GA. Drive all the way around the park to park at the end of the road. The trail is at the end of the crushed gravel loop. Loved it! Easy, but pretty.
this is literally one of my all-time favorite spots. yes it's hard to find but that's part of its charm to me. I appreciate the fact that it's in plan sight but still hidden ;) just remember sometimes you have to leave the gravel and walk along the road less traveled.
we could not find trail by the directions gave can someone tell me why
If you love trail running then you'll enjoy the speed of this trail. Excellent trail and river views. This trail has poor markings that can leave you frustrated but not lost. Enjoy the adventure!!!
Hiked 2 miles back to the fork in the river. We enjoyed it very much, even commenting on the great job the Boy Scouts did on making the bridges. Saw several deer.
An easy to moderate hike. Wish people wouldn't litter. Nice walk along the river.
A good hike, will most likely do it again but early and longer.
does not allow dogs on the track
Hidden gem. Several different trails starting at Boiling Park. Beautiful views of Etowah River and some great bridges built by the Boy Scouts. Nothing super hard but very cool. Not sure where the map on this link came from on alltrail because that is nowhere near the trail.
This is a nice, recently completed trail network. Boy Scout Troop 241 of Etowah completed this system in 2014 after 34 years of work! They continue to maintain the trail and we even ran into one of the scout masters while hiking this trail. Do yourself a favor. Follow the link below for a map. This is the only place that I know of to find a complete map of the trail system. You will need it.