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Teresa Ingalls reviewed Blueway Trail
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WalkingBugs

Nice easy walking path with lots of educational signs. The garden and pavilion cistern were particularly cool!

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Martha Gray reviewed Elwyn John Wildlife Sanctuary
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Bird WatchingBugs

Nice

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Willow Goldstein reviewed Blueway Trail
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Hiking

Short and easy but would be good for kids

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b sobolo reviewed Blueway Trail
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lots for little kids to see.

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Jamila Barton reviewed Blueway Trail
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Hiking
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paul beezley reviewed Elwyn John Wildlife Sanctuary
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Hiking

enjoyable once I gave up tryig to follow the app trail. as noted previously there are many side trails with many leading to someone's backyard or dead end. Though it could be confusing for first timers it is so well-connected that even if you just aimlessly wander you won't get lost but will still have a measurable hike. You can make this hike an easy moderate with some of the up hills and length but for the most part it is easy. a bit muddy and slippery (as expected) on a rainy afternoon, but very pleasant and relatively clean despite it being a neighborhood park. Mr. Bear enjoyed it as well since we crossed and followed the creek. NOTE: the Queens Bridge on the trail is out and not safely passable. I made note in waypoint in my recording.

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Scott Trump reviewed Elwyn John Wildlife Sanctuary
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HikingBridge out

Maybe another time of year and this would be a nice walk with some flowers but in early August, this is just a haphazard and really undefined walk. There are plenty of other decent trails ITP than this one.

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Mesha Rainey reviewed Blueway Trail
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Walking

Short...

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Elahe Boskabadi reviewed Elwyn John Wildlife Sanctuary
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Walking

Lovely walk through the botanical gardens. I did the entire gardens and got about three miles. Make sure to bring water and sunscreen!

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Hiking

Took kids for a nature walk and delighted to find these trails so close to home. A great variety for young children— a meadow good for running, playing and picnicking, bridges for stomping and looking for trolls, a creek that was easily accessible and clear enough to look for creatures, and a decent number of benches for little legs that needed a brief rest. As someone else reported, the loop isn’t consistently marked and lots of offshoots wandering in and out. There was one steeper hill with gravel that wee ones could stumble on, particularly after rain, but no issue for the average person. As I am writing this for families looking for little ones’ outdoor time, I would like to note that 1) Several large dogs were off leads in the park (my littles aren’t concerned about doggies but I know some are); 2) there was an extremely strong smell of marijuana in one section of the trail near the creek that had good seating (it *is* a wooded area near a lot of houses and a high school stadium!)

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Hiking

Surprised this fun little hike was so close to the city. I explored pretty much every path and did about 2 miles one part wasn't accessible a bridge was broken so maybe a full 2miles or more in total it's a web train but not to confusing or long there no real markers except a few signs but it's easy to figure out.

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Taylor Olmstead reviewed Elwyn John Wildlife Sanctuary
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HikingBridge out

A nice quiet trail for the area, but a bit inconsistently marked. Private proprieties have a lot of entrances and exits to the trail making it hard to tell which direction to go at times.

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Andrea Cagle reviewed Atlanta History Center Trail
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Fee

I love the Atlanta History Center and this is a neat place to take some amazing pictures of your family/ children.

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Very convenient, you can just drive by if you don’t want to get out of your car. However, there are wonderfully done history signs to read.

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Stephanie Cassatt reviewed Elwyn John Wildlife Sanctuary
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HikingBridge outMuddy
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Heather Uptonson reviewed Elwyn John Wildlife Sanctuary
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HikingBridge outBugs

Great trail for a 45 min amble. Wear good shoes. Dog loved it. Trash cans at the beginning but not the end. Easy to NOT get lost- well marked trails. A little busy but not terribly busy- ran into perhaps 10 other groups during our walk. Great areas for picnics or family ball games.

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Bret Keough reviewed Elwyn John Wildlife Sanctuary
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Hiking

Bridge in the middle of the loop trail is broken but otherwise a great and sparsely populated, heavily wooded trail.

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Allison Perry reviewed Blueway Trail
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Hiking

I live across the street and walk here regularly with my dog. This is a shorter trail, however, at one end there is another part of the trail that goes well behind a neighborhood. It adds on another 2km or so round trip. This trail is well taken care of and has a creek to wade in.

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Hattie Webb reviewed Elwyn John Wildlife Sanctuary
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HikingMuddy

Nice short intertwining trails with beautiful trees, flowers, and greenery. There were a few muddy places but it’s well maintained. Feels like a small escape the city. There is a playground on one side but it is currently closed due to COVID-19.

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Austin Moore reviewed Elwyn John Wildlife Sanctuary
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HikingMuddy
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Hiking

This is really just a nice walk. Very accessible and easy for all. Will cost to park. Flowers are always stunning.

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Kelly-Jeanne Lee reviewed Elwyn John Wildlife Sanctuary
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Hiking

With leaves and pine needles down, the trail is a little slippery, with a little more use this season, it should be good. It’s a quick mile loop, but it definitely feels woodsy for being so urban.

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Heavily overpriced.

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Edwin Robledo reviewed Fernbank Forest Trail
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HikingFeePrivate property

Well maintained trail and preserved forest. Highly recommend if you are in the area.

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