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While this park may be best known for its golf course, The Creek, it also offers a wide range of recreational opportunities in a beautiful wooded setting. More than 24 miles of trails are available for hikers and horseback riders, and equestrians can enjoy their own camping area near stalls. A lakeside beach and bathhouse are popular with swimmers during warmer months. The park provides one of Georgias best golf values, along with a pro shop, driving range, rental carts and special rates for seniors and children. The parks name is thought to come either from slaves who tilled summer fields or Native Americans who found it difficult to ford. Businesses, clubs and other groups looking for meeting space can rent the park's six shelters. When the group camp is not in use, the park also rents the dining hall at a discount for meetings.

hiking
16 days ago

This was a great trail. I only ran into one other person on the trail on a Saturday. The creek was beautiful and my dog enjoyed splashing around in it

mountain biking
28 days ago

For access from main road, follow signs for the mountain bike trail. once you park and set out you will initially be on the orange Trail which will go to the purple connector trail which then leads you to the Blue Trail. It is pretty well Marked. I posted some photos of the signage. depending on the day of the week it will direct you to go a certain route, which will be opposite of the mountain bikers. my friend and I milked 9 miles out of it in about 4 hours. Enjoy.

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Not a bad bad trail for hiking, just better for mountain biking. Very easy terrain so a much quicker hike then I was planning for. If I had a bike I would go back again.

2 months ago

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hiking
3 months ago

on Blue Trail

hiking
3 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

we enjoyed the hiked. we went on a monday morning amd never saw anyone . It was very peaceful and pretty woods. not much of a waterfall but we finally saw the stream towards the end with small waterfall but the dog enjoyed and we enjoyed the cold refreshing water on our feet. I would recommend if you want a long peaceful hike. we walked 8 miles including purple trail to get to blue trail. I felt it was very well marked

Very nice! It'd be nice to hike it when there wasn't a drought so you could see the streams flowing.

This was fun on my trike, but definitely not the same as a traditional mountain bike. If I upgraded to 24" fat tires, work on my Balance/technique, the intermediate, beginner single track would be fun. I think I will stick to paved or gravel trails for now.