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We enjoyed this little mini adventure. Took us about 45 minutes to slow wander around the perimeter trail. Despite huge rains the days before, the trails were still maintained. My dog seemed at peace and the whole time we only saw about ten people total. Easy to get to for a quick retreat outside of Atlanta.

Was in town for training. I found this trail and loved it. It is paved and rolly. Loved it.

easy trail but be careful in the summer. took my dog there. the rocks on the rock mile trail were so hot we ran from grass pile to grass pile. she loved the lake at the end tho!!

Partly under construction and limited trail markers and maps.

Discovered this trail for the first time awesome!!

Mike rock is really cool, multiple solution pits make small ponds and natural photogenic areas.

The rock outcropping offers a beautiful view and multiple flora can be seen thought this nature lovers trail.

Nice trail

good short trail. a lot of the trails wind up in people's backyards

Basic trials, lots of rules, dogs loved it though. Found some cool looking mushrooms. It was alright.

Great trail

Beautiful place! Quiet and not too difficult. It does go up hill a lot, though!

Came here for the Sweep the Hooch event and stayed to walk the trail. Absolutely gorgeous, even on a rainy day. Perfect escape in the middle of the city.

Good trails-lots to see

Nice walking-lots to see

trail running
4 months ago

Seriously confusing system of markers and many trails are unmarked or the markers are missing or worn off. The trails are clear and maintained well. The biking and equestrian paths are moderately technical for hikers and trail runners. Beautiful scenery and you’re completely surrounded on all sides by the natural world. I will absolutely come back often but only after studying the trail system and downloading it to my phone. You could easily get lost if it gets dark. There are bathrooms at trail heads and plenty of places for photo ops.

This is beautiful little spot, with small hills, lake scenery, and lots of nature. Make sure to wear proper shoes, there are a lot of roots coming out of the ground. Really enjoyed this trail.

Nice casual walk. Can hear the highway but still decent. Would definitely come back.

Very good trail, some hills but very manageable. I especially enjoyed the view of nature, the old trees and land was awesome.

Decent, quick loop with average elevation change. Went solo, but would be better if you wanted to do a little picnic or something with folks as there are a couple nice fields.

I enjoyed the trail, it offered beautiful views of the rock and the lichens growing on top. The path is well kept and marked, no easy way to get lost.

good distance ...beautiful trail ...an actual nature trail & not concrete walking path.
will do this one again.

rock climbing
6 months ago

Place is known for some small Bouldering adventures outside of ATL.

Nice and quiet early in the morning. Saw a hawk, Turkey vultures, granite outcrops and small stream.

Great quick get away trail with diversity of terrain and river views. A little confusing . Really need better markers!

I just discovered this park. I loved it and I definitely will go again. Thank you all TrIals for letting me know about it!!

Great "get away" in the middle of a busy urban area. Easy trail, pretty lake and nice trail through the trees.

7 months ago

7 months ago

Nice park to walk your dog. Depending on the crowd you can get up in the woods and let your dog off leash or not. We had a lot of exposure to the river today. It was cold but sunny.

It had rained a lot the week before so I thought that it would be a good idea to go somewhere with lots of granite so I'd not be walking in as much mud...which was absurd when you think about the fact that granite isn't permeable so there were a whole lot of giant puddles and muddy spots. Still, it was a really nice afternoon out. I went here and did these trails and then walked over to the mountain view trail. I could take or leave the mountain view trail, but these two trails were really nice. The Forest Trail had a lot of precariously balanced dead trees that were fun to look at and there were areas where it skirted bald-granite areas and old quarry sites that looked like I was skirting some disaster area.

There's a short (about .1 miles) detour on the Forest Trail to the grave of someone named Mary Wade that had some really cool granite outcroppings, though the grave itself is nearly in someone's backyard and, it being winter, the foliage was thinned out enough that it felt a little awkward going to it. And the grave itself wasn't that interesting.

The Mile Rock Trail is really cool: it's not much unlike going up Arabia Mountain or Stone Mountain except that it's flat, there are a ton of frogs, and a lot of ruins. It reminded me of a set from the original Doctor Who series. I generally favor more challenging trails and was surprised at how much I enjoyed these two. I'll definitely go back when I want to stay close to the city or don't have the energy for something more strenuous.

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