Lullwater Loop is a 3.8 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Atlanta, Georgia that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until September.

Length3.8 miElevation gain252 ftRoute typeLoop
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Users have reported that the trail adjacent to Emory University may sometimes be inaccessible as it follows private property.

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Sarah Tonin
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Love this trail perfect for an in town walk

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Nicholas Cattafesta
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Nice trail. Some very pretty views along the way. Not the most scenic overall, but definitely a good trail to walk/run, even the day after a lot of rain.

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Nigel Zee
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Follow Emory trail from dekalb tennis. You can connect to Lull Water preserve and walk around the lake and walk down the creek to Hahn woods. When walking around Candler lake you can fish (catch and release) for Bass.

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Todd Rome
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Beautiful little hike, very leisurely stroll on a nice Sunday afternoon in late February 2021

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Ryan Pearl
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Arielle P.
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Nice trail that looks around a serene lake. the trails were muddy but very scenic and beautiful. It’s close to the city street but it feels quiet and beautiful.

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Ryan Pearl
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Maureen Shackelford
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Ryan Pearl
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Paul Rogees
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T Marie
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Georgia Bell
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parking from the main entrance is non-existent, as this is mostly for students who live on campus. if you can find a spot, however, this is a great area for a run. wide, paved trail with a couple off-shoots that aren't. masks are a must as this is part of emory campus.

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Ben Pearman
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Nice, short loop around Candler Lake at Lullwater Preserve in the heart of Emory University’s campus. The loop is comprised of three, separately-named trails: President’s Loop Trail, Hill Loop Trail, and Lake Loop Trail.

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Ryan Pearl
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Georgia Bell
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not bad. quick little loops, great for dogs. little beaches and pretty creek views. lots of construction around. emory preserve project going on all around, which is really cool.

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Kat Peters
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Kypria Santiago
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Georgia Bell
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We used this directions for Lullwater Loop in AllTrails to find this trail, and it led us to Hahn Woods. We were able to find parts of Lullwater Loop, but it isn't marked at all and we had to rely heavily on our phone maps. There's construction going on, which cuts off the last part of the loop. All in all, a nice trail system. More to explore here, but I wish it was better marked.

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Piyush Dahiya
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Good trail. Some parts were closed down by Emory grounds (towards Hahn) , but for the most part was very nice. Moderate traffic on a Saturday evening, masks were about 50/50. Was muddy, definitely would recommend hiking shoes. Some good views! And the bridge to cross the river was super fun!

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Larry Boudon
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Ryan Pearl
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Ryan Pearl
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Clark Harrison
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For it's location to downtown this a hidden gem. Sure there are no route markers, but you are reading this on Alltrails so use the map. one side of the creek leading to Hahn's parking area is closed, but you can make it around. However, before that there is a pretty nice size pipe you have to balance over. If you have a dog, you will have to hike off trail a little ways to let them back up from the water. The trail is also currently hidden by a fallen tree, but you can go over or under. Overall only gets one star taken off because of how dirty and smelly the trail was. Park at the Clifton School on the weekend.

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Larry Boudon
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We hiked the loop around the lake, starting from the Clifton School parking lot. While nothing is marked, we downloaded the map and it kept us on the right path. A small part of the loop we did is paved, but most is either gravel or dirt. Masks are required but not everyone was wearing one. In all, we hiked a bit more than two miles. Nice trail.

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Varsity Traveler
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Walking

Easy trail. We visited on a weekday afternoon and it wasn't crowded. The dams are at trailside, as is the creek.

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Brittani Robinson
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Delly Mac
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this is the worst trail I have been on so far. there is no parking, it smells, and wasn't marked.

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Colby Hawkins
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Do NOT do the in & out from Hahn Woods!! It is unkept and most of it is closed. HOWEVER, DO do the loop around the lake.

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Misty Head
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Anna Johnson
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The fallen tree has been cleaned up and the boardwalks/Bridges that were broken have been fixed

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