McIntosh Reserve Trail is a 2.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Whitesburg, Georgia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Horses are also able to use this trail.
the trail was scenic, the trail is very poorly marked spent the entire hike using this wonderful app to make sure we stayed on trail. it was getting to be sun down there is no reflector tags or even rattle can markings you have to try to find crushed leaves if your not using M trail
Was our first visit, despite the park being on our 'to do' list for nearly 3 years.
County charges $5 a day to park.
Ignore map software that says come in on E McIntosh Circle. Come in West McIntosh Circle only.
I'v attached the county supplied trail map below as a pdf. I agree with Dixie about the trails being rather unmarked. I found a few signs rotted off and laying down, so that might explain some of it.
We love hiking with the dogs here. Have not tried the trails on the MTB yet. Lots of beautiful scenery. Would like to see some of the trails better marked. There are still a few we haven't found yet - but those we HAVE found, we love!
Nice trail relaxing and good hike just have to look out for the horse poo