Explore the most popular Dogs On Leash trails near Atlanta 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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muddy
1 day ago

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rocky
3 days ago

Great easy trail for a dog walk.

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fee
muddy
6 days ago

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fee
muddy
rocky
8 days ago

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over grown
12 days ago

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bugs
fee
muddy
off trail
17 days ago

A portion of the highlighted "All Trails" path is not officially marked. If you're looking at marker EP10 on an official map (at various points along the trail), you should follow the sign to get to EP14 (the overlook). The All Trails app takes you off trail. Aside from that, the trail is great. The view is awesome. There's lots of friendly hikers and people with dogs. Beware, many of the dog owners on this trail keep their dogs off leash.

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rocky
18 days ago

Good trail to walk with the dogs. Pretty views.

Great trail although a bit crowded. Get there early, passing is an issue. Follow the trail to EP 26 to visit the bamboo forest. It's worth the trip!

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muddy
19 days ago

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22 days ago

Loved this trail that’s literally right around the corner! Took my dogs and enjoyed a completely secluded nature trail right in the middle of the city. That said, I do have to admit I’m a little jealous of the homeless person(s) that has their camp set up in an old hut right along the path. Seems like a quaint setup, and still in close proximity to the city. Watch out for holes on the bridge though.. those remnants of suspected arson are big enough for your dog or kid to fall through.

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muddy
rocky
1 month ago

Nice out and back to the creek Watch out for the roots

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muddy
1 month ago

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rocky
1 month ago

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muddy
1 month ago

Beautiful trail! Went after a long stint of rain and it wasn’t awful! Note- definitely hit the further marker, 26 I believe for the bamboo forest. Beautiful time! $5 parking unless you have your park pass.

The greenspace was originally part of a WWI army training camp and later, a crash runway site for the Peachtree-Dekalb (PDK) airport. In February 2018, the city of Brookhaven purchased the property and changed the name from the PDK Airport Greenspace to the Ashford Forest Preserve. The city and various volunteer groups are devoted to making continuous improvements and have already made significant progress. Currently, there 4 blazed trails marked with tape (Blue, 0.36 mi.; Red, 0.23 mi; Orange, 0.4 mi; and Yellow, 0.23 mi). Some trails are more improved than others. Signage could still be improved, and a Map Kiosk would be helpful. Even in its present state, it is a welcomed nature park for this area of metropolitan Atlanta.

The first time my husband and I walked this trail, we were unimpressed. However, we may have just been in a bad mood because this trail is actually very unique. There's a waterfall, some cool boulders and a nice creek.

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off trail
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Great water views and trails. I saw the biggest buck I’ve seen in Georgia. Lots of Canadian Geese and other birds. A few chipmunks. Lots of dogs with owners. It’s quiet but not empty. Overall I’m very glad I found this place and will come back again!

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muddy
1 month ago

slipped and jammed my thumb on a downed tree

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