Explore the most popular wheelchair friendly 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.

A nice, relaxing trail that the whole family, even the canine members, can enjoy. The water scape segment of the trail has interpretative signs that tell about the area’s interesting history and environment. The park is popular with area photographers who use the attractive backgrounds for engagement, wedding, and maternity photos. The trail is also popular for locally sponsored Fun Runs and school cross country meets.

Awesome and so worth the walk up. It is paved, but some areas do have an incline. Our Portuguese water dog did great and we would do it again! Falls are beautiful and so much bigger than we thought!

6 days ago

always nice a waterfall. good warm up

Love the park

Great afternoon hike.

You can hear I-85 traffic and mostly paved trails. Facilities are beautiful! I would say it's probably a great trail for people who live in the area and/or city or just a quick walk with dogs.

Asphalt path. Maintained very well. We took a jogging stroller and had no issues.

Only issue is crossing so many busy roads. The rest was good

The climb was well worth it! Great for kids as well.

25 days ago

Very short asphalt trail to a trio of swinging benches. Might be wheelchair accessible, but it gets steep at the end. Trees block any real view of Lake Lanier, especially in the summer. Does connect with the more substantial Terrapin Cove Trail, but hiking only this trail is only a good option if you really do not want to hike.

This is a great segment of the Silver Comet trail we rode from mile marker 0 in Smyrna to Pumpkinvine trestle on the other side of Rambo. The trail starts out very crowded then thins out at Power Springs park asphalt or concrete all the way about 6' wide a few road crossings but most have singles for safe crossing. Grade is very low I would rate moderate just of the milage nothing steep in this section. Trail is open for all types of activities bikes,skates,blades,boards,running ETC. Benches along the way to rest or just take in the surroundings. Will be back to do the rest of it. It would be nice if there was a shuttle service and if there is please post it here thanks.

Family friendly it was beautiful!

Gorgeous waterfalls and a nice place to sit and observe nature.

I go here a lot for short runs. It's mostly paved so you might want to mix it up with trail running if your knees bother you. You can go around the pond loop, then down and back on the straight away, then around the loop again and it makes 3 miles.

Very short and easy. Great view.

Nice paved walk. Alot of bikes on this trail. Take my dog for walks on this trail but don't get much of a friendly response from the bikers. Been told by many of them no dog should be allowed.

Loved this quiet, peaceful nature trail!

A beautiful area we loved this hike ! It's a must see

This is a great place for a light walk and to get out and see some nature!

2 months ago

2 months ago

Short paved trail that follows the creek up to two waterfalls. It is a amazing sight to see and to hear the roar of the water.

2 months ago

Beautiful!! Not a long hike but parts of it are on a steep incline but there is a bench after the steepest incline to catch your breath! Nice and paved path running alongside a creek. The falls are breathtaking! So worth it.

Beautiful trip along a creek to the waterfall. Paved. The trail is a bit steep, but it’s pretty short. I would still call it good for all levels.

2 months ago

Trail is simple and well paved. Storm drains are nicely decorated along the trail with a different animal on each drain access. Low area trail scenery, the Noses creek comes along side the trail when getting close to the Silver Comet trail. Hiked in winter when temperature was 23F, only met one other person. The trail does connect with the Silver Comet trail. A gazebo overlooking a marsh area. Some graffiti along the trail, signage is in need of updating (a little weathered).

Did this hike a couple of years back. It is very steep and very short. It was cute but not much to see. Too artificial for my taste.

Great hiking trails.

The park is gigger than this site give credit for, with addiitonal trails.

Note that the main trail within the park is not the one on this site, but departs for this at the Ivy Creek bridge, where you should go straight on rather than cross the creek.

This gives another mile or so within the park, terminating at an (unexpected) foot traffic only suspension bridge. The hike extended for a non-paved path thru a 1.5 mile forest loop after this.

There are multiple other trails in the park, although signage is poor.

Short but steep. Not for handicapped or elderly

Short hike but steep.

2 months ago

Less than 1 mile to the falls and back, but good scenery. Anna Ruby falls are impressive and the trail runs along the creek. Cost is $3 per person to get into the park, which has a small gift shop and bathrooms. Very crowded.

The Smith Creek Trail, which is a 10 mile in and out trail, turns around near the falls. If you wanted to pick up this trail, it is on the right hand side facing the falls by one of the wooden information boards. You could park in the Anna Ruby falls lot and walk the Smith Creek trail in reverse (parking at the trail head for the Smith Creek Trail is limited - maybe 5 or 6 cars). Just make sure to be back at your car before the Anna Ruby falls park closes.

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