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.

road biking
over grown
rocky
1 day ago

trail was gravelish and overgrown in spots. ok for my mountain bike but my wife’s smaller tires it was not so nice.

It was a quiet Saturday walk or you could barely hear the highway early on. I was able to see some deer and overall there was a great amount of people on the boardwalk. The only thing I wish is that they would make the boardwalk a less slick material when it is wet.Almost every time that I am on the trail I am a slip and fall.

pretty easy, but super beautiful

Easy paved trail with marked mileage, semi scenic that winds towards the mall and Columbus State University. Marked pedestrian crossings.

walking
11 days ago

Dockery is always a good place to go for a brisk walk, fishing, or camping. The grounds are maintained well, and the trout are always stocked.

great trail to walk with pet and kids...

Quick and easy trail.

hiking
14 days ago

Beautiful area. A few side trails that loop to other parts of the park. Definitely go during school hours in the week.

walking
14 days ago

This is a wonderful walk around a very historical Civil War site. I also recommend checking out the National Prisoner of War Museum, and Andersonville National Cemetery that are on the same site

hiking
15 days ago

Short hike from the lower parking lot but very steep. Really gets the heart rate up. If your looking for a good 20 min cardio then go for it. Add a heavy backpack to make it more intense going up. The coming down part is a bit tough on the knees, but that just me. It's paved the whole way. Beautiful view from the top.
Happy hiking.

road biking
15 days ago

great concrete trail, a few bumps, no bugs on this January day but would never do in mid-summer!

I take my dog here a few times a week and love it! It’s close and just long enough to give both of us a quick cardio workout. We’ve seen deer a few times but always see squirrels and he loves it! It’s very quiet and peaceful too. Never overcrowded by any means.

hiking
17 days ago

Beautiful scenery, short in-and-out trail

road biking
17 days ago

lovely uncrowned January day! rode 14 or so miles to see beautiful Jekyll Island! just use the map at the gift shop ( before the park entrance)

A must see!

walking
18 days ago

Beautiful waterfall! I would not consider this a hike but it is a beautiful view. There is a $2 entry fee and you go through the gift shop to gain access to the path. Would be easy for any age.

Great hike with amazing scenery and a beautiful water fall at the end! Was recommended this by a couple of locals while shopping, and glad we went! There is a fee of $3 per person for this area.

walking
19 days ago

NOT a hike. But still totakky worth it. Two beautiful falls (the second one is small and tucked behind the old hydroelectric plant) and the campus is lovely and idyllic. Easy and cheap family activity.

hiking
20 days ago

This is an awesome easy hiking trail. Fully paved with some steep grades.

walking
20 days ago

I would hardly call this a hike, but it’s very pretty and easy to get to. Just drive up through Toccoa Falls college and boom, you’re there!

mountain biking
21 days ago

great trail for riding my bike

hiking
22 days ago

Short walk to the falls...great for photos. Trail was very busy and we went in March. There are way too many great trails in this area, so I will go to those before I do this one again. Pretty but not worth a second trip...High Shoals is much better and there are 2 waterfalls. It has a little bit of foot traffic, but NOTHING like Anna Ruby.

Great paved trail for those wet days. Beautiful woodland area especially Spring - Fall.

The trail is currently closed..

hiking
25 days ago

Pretty drive to the falls. Its $3 per person entrance fee and it's a .5 mile hike to the falls. The trail is paved and very busy. There were lots of people with strollers. We had a dog with us but they must stay on 6ft leash or less. The trail dead ends at the two falls. If you want to go farther, you can take the trail to the right of the first observation deck. It's called Smith Creek.

walking
25 days ago

Was extra high flow due to heavy rains very cool, located on a great campus too!

Easy hike, the falls are really beautiful. I would defiantly go back. It’s a nice short hike, so you can squeeze in several short hikes in a day, like Dukes Creek trail as well.

Nice upkeep and an easy walk. always quiet and not a lot of people.

Great, easy trail for families that provides some spectacular scenery.

The trail is steep and can really show you if you’re out of shape! It’s so worth it, my husband and I went back several times to take in all the North GA views!

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