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Best trails in Carrollton

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Explore the most popular trails near Carrollton 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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Map of trails in Carrollton
Top trails (3)
#1 - Carrollton Greenbelt Loop
Carrollton, Georgia
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Length: 16.8 mi • Est. 7 h 8 m
#2 - Little Tallapoosa Park Trail
Carrollton, Georgia
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Length: 4.2 mi • Est. 1 h 48 m
7 miles of nature trails and 2 miles of paved trails on the Little Tallapoosa River. The pristine 256-acre tract is bisected by the Little Tallapoosa River and features approximately 7 miles of natural trails for hiking and equestrian use. 2 miles of paved trails.Show more
#3 - Chattahoochee Old Town Riverway Via Canoe
Brush Creek Park
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Length: 17.4 mi • Est. 7 h
The "Chattahoochee Old Town Riverway" is the stretch of the Chattahoochee River that runs through Heard County, Georgia, from Chattahoochee Bend State Park to Brush Creek Park in Franklin, Georgia, and ends at the mouth of West Point Lake. This 17-mile stretch goes through Bushhead Shoals and Daniel Shoals, and passes by Hilly Mill Creek Falls and Redbone Creek Falls. Brush Creek Park campground is a wonderfully scenic setting in which to spend a month or two camping and fishing. This park is home to a pair of bald eagles which raise young there each year. The grounds are also the location of historic Indian mounds and the Lower Creek Trading Path, a Native American trade route dating back thousands of years. Take a stroll along the park’s five-mile nature trail and pass by Civil War era graves and Native American relics.Show more