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Easy trail. Didn’t like how there’s no proper parking spot as it is under big construction at the moment.

pretty and easy. there were some detours and walks through campsites which made it not great but trail well maintained

one of my favorite hikes in atlanta. so many trails so you never do the same hike twice. the creek is pretty and good for dogs. parking is limited.

Nice place to come for a easy walk in the woods. Very beautiful in the fall!

Nice flat train and the scenery is beautiful.

mountain biking
17 days ago

Love this place for mtn biking. Some fast runs and some fun drops. Noting to crazy. It’s just fun

A great easy trail to just jump on with nice variety. very pretty, well maintained. One of my favorite.

Constant sounds of traffic and a steady stream of bikes made this a two star hike. It is pretty and trails are well-maintained but we won’t be returning.

Best trail in the park

mountain biking
1 month ago

Decent and fun ride for us (and I'm a beginner)! Some hills but not impossible. Good combination of lake views and woods as well.

My wife and I did the walking trail and loved it! The trails make maximum use of ridge lines avoiding overly steep climbs.

An easy but a decent hiking trail which surrounds the lake in the Fort Yargo State Park.

Cool walk. Mostly shade

mountain biking
1 month ago

Great ride. It’s a good work out

1 month ago

Options for bilking/hiking and hiking only. Limited parking.

mountain biking
1 month ago

great ride. enjoyed it.

mountain biking
2 months ago

Fun trails. Took my wife who is a beginner (mtn biking) and she loved it. Be careful, some newly downed trees and branches on the trails.

Favorite trail at the park. Challenging, but nice shaded trails, cool views, and dog friendly. 10/10 would recommend to a friend!

i love coming here when its time to escape go for a walk with your family or sit by the water with a good book .. it is rather busy on weekends but over all its a great place

I love spending time in the creek. It’s really close to my house, and I come here to get away. It’s usually fairly quiet especially if you walk far enough down the creek. Perfect for what it is, a little tucked away spot in the woods in a populated area.

One of my favorite trails,not sure I would agree with the "easy" rating tho. Heartattack hill will get you. have seen hikers turn around 1/4 of the way up.

2 months ago

Great for super beginner MTBing. Was nice but even my 8 year old was some what disappointed in the trail. Trail was a bit overgrown as well with some really low hanging trees that had fallen over.

trail running
2 months ago

Really enjoyed this loop. Well-marked the whole way around and it's got just enough elevation changes to feel like you did something. Will be returning!

2 months ago

Be prepared for a $5 cash fee at the parking lot, unless you have a National Park pass. Excellent trail for families. The maps at the park do not denote the location of the paper mill ruins-look for marker 26. Many hills, roots, large rocks. You can cook off in the creek.

My husband and I hiked this trail today. We hiked it counter clockwise which, in my opinion, is slightly more difficult than the clockwise direction. We stayed on the path and the GPS said it was 6.4 miles.

Narrow dirt trail through the woods, watch out for mountain bikers! You will need to make sure you are going the opposite direction and step off the trail to let them pass. Great moderate hike!

2 months ago

Lots of boardwalks on this shaded trail make it comfortable on hot summer days. Dont take your bicycle if it's rained recently or expected to, boardwalks become dangerously slippery when wet. the new 4 mile extension is welcome with the mountainous Sawtooth Pass being a challenge for even the most fit riders to climb.

there are more bike trails than walking but I have fully explored all but two which are bike only paths. tons of great views and easy to navigate. my favorite park so far

3 months ago

Very easy, well maintained, and well marked (much better than last year). It's virtually flat the entire way and it is NOT 6.7 miles... My wife and I both tracked on GPS, and we were on the marked trail the entire time. It's between 5.6 and 5.8 miles. However, there is an outer loop intended for bikes that could be used to make this longer if desired. The signs say it's 12 miles but they are wrong about the inner loop too.

We averaged 19-20 minutes per mile walking all the way around the lake. There's nothing making this trail moderately difficult.

Update: looks like they fixed the description!

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