E.E. Robinson Nature Trail is a 1.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Buford, Georgia that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.2 miElevation gain134 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashkid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingForestWaterfall
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This trail is one of two trails within the E.E. Robinson Park. This 0.9-mile, natural surface trail is located within the woodlands of the park’s Football Complex. It can be accessed by using the sidewalk connector near the tennis courts. The trail runs along a wooded ravine which was formed by a meandering and cascading creek. The trail crosses the creek at multiple points by bridge.

678-277-0910

650 Peachtree Industrial Blvd, Sugar Hill, GA 30518

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Gloria Parr
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Walking

Always nice.

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Barbara Bergeron
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Fishing

I walked the entire trail and never saw a waterfall. Is it on the 1.2 mile trail?

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Darcey R
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Todd Baillie
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Hiking

Perfect for a quick local walk.

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Vicky Friis-Jæger
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Hiking

Really nice! Not stroller-friendly.

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jessie santiago
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Great!

The park is a new addition to town of Sugar Hil

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Brace Arnette
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jacquelin underwood
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Walking

It was a beautiful day but we could not find the trail. We walked all around the tennis courts and down to the other parking lot trying to find the entrance. I did see a LOT of construction going on there so maybe they blocked the entrance due to the “upgrades”. Conservation means different things to different people.

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Brianna Campbell
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Hiking

It was a beautiful hike! There were 3-4 trees down on the path but that was expected after the storm. They were all easy to get around. To get to the trail head take the sidewalk to the right of the tennis courts, turn left onto the asphalt path, then turn right onto the concrete path. When you reach the “you are here” board the trail starts directly next to it. There were many spots where you can get down to the creek and enjoy the sounds and sights. We took our 2 year old and he had a great time too. Definitely recommend!

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Bre Glazier
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Hiking

Lots of leaves covering the path.

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Bre Glazier
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Hiking

Trail was muddy due to the recent storm.

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Bre Glazier
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Bre Glazier
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great

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Bre Glazier
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Bre Glazier
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Hiking

Loop through the woods with lots of sights.

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Keely Z
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Walking

Short cute trail. Very private/barely any foot traffic

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Joseph Corrigan
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Hiking

Excellent trail maintained by Gwinnet County. Parking area patrolled by Gwinnet County Police. Dog walkers must leash dogs at all times no exceptions. Trail can be started in either direction from starting point. Elevation only 134 feet but can be steep at times giving good cardio. Dirt trail, soft little roots or rocks along the way. Good to walk with trekking poles. Bring water, snacks and small first aid kit as a smart thing on every hike. Trail head can be found off the asphalt pavement that goes around soccer field on Peachtree Industrial side. Very decent hike.

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Gloria Parr
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Walking

Nice wooded trail. Easy.

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Gloria Parr
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Hiking

Nice hike but watch your path. This old lady took a pretty bad tumble.

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David Norman
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Pretty nice dirt path for a populated area, but there's a lot of dead trees. When they fall, someone is cutting them up and moving them, but twice on my walk, two different, standing, dead trees dropped crippling (deadly?) branches from 75 feet high. I wasn't able to enjoy the walk after the second. It also parallels a utility run, which makes the creek feel like the runoff from a water treatment plant.

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Mark E. Smith
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Hiking

Great short trail, gets the heart pumping a little and is kid and dog friendly.

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Diane McCormic
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A wonderful short hike that gives you the preview of the N. Georgia mountains right in the ‘burbs. Bring the kids and dog. Grandparents will like it too.

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Rob Meklosky
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Samantha Watson-Jones
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Joe Nadeau
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Joe Nadeau
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Joe Nadeau
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Esmeralda Fierloos
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david sipos
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Leony Flores
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