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It was wonderful

Great park and highly recommend coming here. Quite and not a lot of people.

I walk this several times a week. Never gets old. Love watching the seasons change there. From the squirrels to the deer to the ducks. A great place when combined with George Pierce Park.

We hiked both loops. Heading left/south/clockwise for both is definitely the more strenuous direction - much steeper climbs over shorter distances.

I had waited for a decent rain before hitting the trail, and it was definitely worth the wait - the falls were beautiful.

Love the park

8 days ago

Nice place and quick stop off interstate to explore. The sounds birds chirping, sound of water rushing down the rocks, butterflies everywhere so relaxing after Atlanta traffic! Seen people doing yoga by the cascades. Very cool!!

Asphalt path. Maintained very well. We took a jogging stroller and had no issues.

18 days ago

I absolutely LOVE this place!! From the trail to the waterfall, it's very beautiful. I love getting in the water and absorbing everything around. It's an amazing place, no matter the season!

Great walk. Only came across 3 other groups and no riders. Very quiet.

19 days ago

This is a nice urban trail with lots of traffic. I walked out on it and then went inland a few blocks to return through the historic district which had a wonderful diversity of old homes, including Victorian, Craftsman and Art Deco.

Definitely a winter trail. Overgrowth would be tough in the summer. Not well-maintained

Only issue is crossing so many busy roads. The rest was good

Once I passed the waterfall and started the loop I didn’t see anyone until the overlook. Quick and easy loop.

had a really cool "sky hike" for kids that cost 34 dollars for my child's age group (10).... the trail was closed for construction. I'm impressed

28 days ago

Enjoy walking this. Occasionally shady person. Would suggest buddy walking after dark.

Easy 16 mile round trip. Flat ride. Good workout, but watch for heavy traffic during good weather and weekends.

This is a great segment of the Silver Comet trail we rode from mile marker 0 in Smyrna to Pumpkinvine trestle on the other side of Rambo. The trail starts out very crowded then thins out at Power Springs park asphalt or concrete all the way about 6' wide a few road crossings but most have singles for safe crossing. Grade is very low I would rate moderate just of the milage nothing steep in this section. Trail is open for all types of activities bikes,skates,blades,boards,running ETC. Benches along the way to rest or just take in the surroundings. Will be back to do the rest of it. It would be nice if there was a shuttle service and if there is please post it here thanks.

1 month ago

Well-marked trail. Combine this trail with the trail across the river for a great hiking day.

I enjoyed the trail, it offered beautiful views of the rock and the lichens growing on top. The path is well kept and marked, no easy way to get lost.

Great hike but parts of the trail are not well-marked, so it's easy to get off-course. Because the trail is around the mountain, however, it's hard to get lost.

This is a nice trail but, it’s not finished. There was flooding in areas and, a lot of mud. The trail was completely impassable under the roadway. I will definitely wait and come back on a dryer day.

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1 month ago

Great ride!

Place is known for some small Bouldering adventures outside of ATL.

1 month ago

had a nice hike with my family. make it to the top just in time to see the sunset which was very pretty. was a perfect hike for my 4.5 and 6.5 year old kiddos. only had to stop twice for a sip of water for them. definitely will be back & so thankful this app finally led us to the correct place to park! ❤️

Nice and quiet early in the morning. Saw a hawk, Turkey vultures, granite outcrops and small stream.

Nice paved walk. Alot of bikes on this trail. Take my dog for walks on this trail but don't get much of a friendly response from the bikers. Been told by many of them no dog should be allowed.

This trail is mainly an access road to the House of Dreams on the Berry College campus. It is gravel covered and has very little scenery until you reach the top. After reaching the top you will be invited by the beautiful Martha Berry's House of Dreams. The spring time is your best bet, due to the plants and flowers planted on site. Enjoy.

I enjoy the trails. Walkers need to be mindful of those on bikes. The scenery is heavenly.

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