Explore the most popular no dogs 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.

1 day ago

Great, easy 3/4 mile trail with nice scenery through the woodlands and lakeside views. Connects to a larger 4 mile trail (blue blazes) called the Sassafras.

So much wildlife! We saw alligators, wood storks, armadillo, and turkey. A really memorable trip. Not all the trails are well marked and there are many service trails, so at times this hike was confusing even with the map. Even so, this trail is a must see.

very nice trail, the signage was a little confusing. I would definitely go again.

14 days ago

Have to go about three miles to see a sight worth looking at.

16 days ago

Easy and beautiful.

Nice super easy hike!

Love this place, easy trail and an amazing view if you make it all the way to the top!

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.

Definitely beautiful views if you have good visibility that day. Free parking with lots of available spots. Lots of room when you get to the top. Not a hard trail at all, I would classify this as easy instead of moderate. This would be a great running trail.

22 days ago

Really amazing. A lot to see!! Make sure to check out the salt marsh. We saw a bald eagle!

25 days ago

I run this trail every week. It's well marked and kept clean. Has a few low spots where it collects rain water, but overall very quiet and very nice.

It has spurs that offer varying difficulty but none of it is challenging.

Great views of Atlanta and surrounding area at the summit. Snack and drinks at the summit as well. Bring the family for a fun time.

Not difficult at all. We had a hiker for whom this was her first hike ever. She found this to be easy

Great view close to town

The Indian Seats Trail is 3.2 miles and has nice views with food incline. I usually hike the three Hilltop, Mountainside, Ridgeline Trail Loop which is another 5 miles. Both together would make it a little over 8 miles. If your really trying to put in miles you can hike both loops twice and maybe on the second go around you can do it the other way for a different look. That would be almost 16.5 miles in that case.

I like this set of trails it feels like one trail when you do all three. It's a good 5 miles with some good incline and I always add the Indian Seats Trail for another 3.2 miles making it a little over 8 miles. If your really trying to put in miles you can hike both loops twice and maybe on the second go around you can do it the other way for a different look. That would be almost 16.5 miles in that case.

1 month ago

Nice trail close to Atlanta. Easy tho.

I hate how dogs aren’t allowed here, that’s the only thing I don’t like, because I take my dogs hiking everywhere! Other than that, it’s very beautiful, and not a very long hike either.

My wife and I did this trail a few weeks ago. The trail is nice, moderately strenuous, and well maintained. We did hit a couple of spots where some markers would have been helpful; markers are lacking here. The view from the top is great, worth the effort! No dogs allowed.

1 month ago

Outstanding short Hike. There are lots of pretty views of Stone Mountain and the lake. The trail crosses several creeks along the way.

This is a great place for a light walk and to get out and see some nature!

beautiful day, trails pretty level, think more for biking, got confused on which way to go, but all in all got steps in and had a good dinner at Buckners!

Great hike. Took us an 1 hr. and 45 min. with a stop at the top. Slow going on the one side of the trail because of a lot of mud. Hiking shoes needed a bit of hosing off!

2 months ago

Liked it. Worth the price of admission. Wish it was a little longer of a walk but still very good and well maintained.

2 months ago

I love this park. I hike out to the lookout tower is awesome, you can see for miles around from the top. So many sights so much history.

2 months ago

Went here many times. Excellent trail for beginners, with great views at the top

2 months ago

Decent. Also know as ‘sunset rock’ if you know where to turn off. There’s a climbing spot close to the turn off, but you still have to know where to look.
When you pull up at the trail head- it’s close it the back entrance of Brasstown Valley Resort....so not the prettiest start. If you can find someone to show you how to get to the rock- then it’s worth it in my opinion. Beautiful view and you can see a tiny bit of the college (Young Harris college)

On the easy side of moderate. Cold and windy when we were there. Lots of people on the trail.

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