White Street Park Trail is a 0.5 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Suwanee, Georgia that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking and trail running and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This single, 0.45 mile loop trail meanders the perimeter of the White Street Park which is located in the historic "old town" district of Suwanee, Georgia. The 7 acre park is a remnant of a working farm and is now dedicated to passive recreation and community gardening. Several habitats such as a barn yard with garden plots, wetlands with creeks and spring seeps, a pasture with fruit trees, and a woodland area with mature hardwoods are viewed along the trail. Five boardwalks and 3 bridges span the boggy areas. The trail is both hard and soft surfaced and is suited for all skill levels.
This loop trail is located in the White Street Park, and its the only trail in the park. The trail is about 1/2 mile in length; good for a lunch time stroll. What it lacks in distance, it makes up in habitat and scenery. On this trail, you experience it all in such a short distance: creeks, wetlands, pasture, and woodland. Park benches are strategically placed so one can rest, enjoy the quaint setting, and contemplate life. The trail is shady in most areas. Its a great place to walk the dog. The trail is easy enough for seniors, young children, and those recuperating from injury or starting a fitness program. It can still provide fitness benefits for those more experienced if it is ran, and it sure beats some boring, flat, high school track. It is located in a suburban park that lies between Buford Hwy and an active railroad, so expect vehicle noise and train whistles.