Explore the most popular trails in Georgia with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.



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Good hike overall. Didn't see a soul along the way and easy enough my 8 year old daughter to complete. Great view of the dam at the end.

15 hours ago

I love taking my pups on this trail so much! It’s definitely one of my regulars; the view is amazing and it’s never too crowded when I go there. Pretty cool that they do tour guides Saturday mornings!

Very nice for a walk; easy on the dogs and the lake is gorgeous.

Beautiful and peaceful.

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

great hike, challenging !

Good intensity. Nice views at several levels. Was very muddy and icy today. Clay was especially slippery.

Little Gem that is wonderful to hike and also enjoy an evening camp. There is a brewery near by called Omaha brewing you should stop and snag a brew before or after the hike. Or both.

Hiked in the rain and it was still a fun trail! We did Blood Mountain the day before so the view, while still beautiful, is nothing compared to Blood Mountain. Pretty woods with lots of water features. All three dogs had a blast!

3 days ago

heads up the road to trailhead is closed about 4 miles from trailhead January - March connessagua lake rd from south

Multi-use concrete paved trail

Great hike with a well marked trail. Lots of traffic so expect company for most of your hike. Several very muddy (stop and knock your boots off) sections.

This is hands down the best hike in the state of Georgia for those who like a spectacular challenge with a big payoff. I love to backpack this one, especially in the warmer months so I can take a dip and cool off in the falls.

3 days ago

Great trail for a day and a half trip, we arrived on a Friday evening, set up camp, hiked and enjoyed the scenic views, and camped near the summit for the night again. Great for dogs, and not too difficult for families and elderly.

Easy trail, has a few minor elevation climbs. Many trees are downed along the trail, and a portion of the trail has been rerouted. Nice views of the creek in several spots, and along the way is a suspension bridge.

Just called the park and the trail is and has been closed and no permits are being given at this time

Good trail but definitely longer than 7 miles if you follow the white trail markings.

A couple of great waterfalls. Short hike but worth it. Return incline steep. Hard to get to bc of creek you drive through. Many won’t want to do that.

Great hike. Challenging with a nice view payoff. Bring water, apples, and cheese ;)

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