Explore the most popular No Dogs 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.

Excellent place any time of the year. It’s a pleasure to walk around

Very nice walk with tons of things to see!

Great garden, especially in the winter. I recommend seeing the night lights in December.

Short and sweet. Nice cabin toward the end of the trail. Educational markers along the way about plants.

Nice trails, but maybe 1.25 total mileage without double-backing a lot.

A nice shorter trail loop to escape the city. Close to the hotel where I stayed for work. Seating areas throughout the trails were a nice touch for those that may need. Decent workout on the inclines. Watch for dog poo since people do take their dogs on the trails.... Stay on the main trails to avoid ending up in a variety of back yards. :)

hiking
closed
muddy
no shade
over grown
private property
snow
4 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

So short. The trees and creek are pretty, so if you’re looking for a 15 minute “get it in” hike, do it. If you need more...don’t.

hiking
bugs
muddy
over grown
washed out
5 months ago

A small part of the trail is washed out, and it’s not clearly marked, or have much of a designated trail. It ended up in a pile of leaves in somebody’s backyard, and it was barely a quarter mile (nestled between the road, backyards and the community garden). Half of the trail is merely walking along the road by the park, so I wouldn’t really call this much of a trail. The trail does have some thrones in the “path” due to being over grown, beware. I would jot recommend this park at all, especially with the Kittiridge nature conservatory being so near by and 10x better!

This isn’t really a trail- it’s a walk through the garden and behind the old mansion. The lawn and building are very well cared for. There’s a huge children’s house that really creeped me out and seems like the beginning of a horror movie. There was a cool model-T my friend and i climbed in, but it was mostly exploring and not much walking/no hiking because it was so short....

Nice park in ATL. enjoyed getting out for a very quick stroll before heading back to the airport to fly home.

terrible path took 5min to complete it. dogs are not allowed they kicked us out

hiking
7 months ago

Super short trail good for dog walking or a quick walk. You will have to lap it a few times to get a 1hr walk. There is a historic house and several large trees on site.

Maybe it's just me, but it's pretty easy to get somewhat lost. I ended up appearing in a neighborhood next to someone's backyard...

Very informative history tour around the town where Martin Luther King was born and raised.

An intown gem.

Awesome for children

good short trail. a lot of the trails wind up in people's backyards

Saturday, March 03, 2018

Decent, quick loop with average elevation change. Went solo, but would be better if you wanted to do a little picnic or something with folks as there are a couple nice fields.

walking
Sunday, November 26, 2017

We like to walk here as a family as it is quite close to home and don’t need to drive. The dog loves it as well. Small trail network but can include it in longer runs in the neighborhood as not technical but gets the heart pumping on a nice small climb

walking
Thursday, November 23, 2017

Good for older adults as seating is available .

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