Explore the most popular road biking 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.

walking
2 days ago

cool mostly tree covered. but not a clear pathway kind of go your own way. easy walk nice historic sights

Always enjoy this one. Gravel trail the whole way up. Beautiful views from the top. Hammock and swings to relax on and enjoy the mountains! Don’t forget to stop over at the old mill before hopping back in the car. Took our pup and she really enjoyed it ! 4 stars bc of gravel. Wish they would have left it dirt.

Easy paved trail with marked mileage, semi scenic that winds towards the mall and Columbus State University. Marked pedestrian crossings.

Loved this hike!

Great place for an afternoon. The park has trails, jungle gyms and great paved path. Highly recommend for kids!

road biking
7 days ago

great concrete trail, a few bumps, no bugs on this January day but would never do in mid-summer!

hiking
7 days ago

I had a great time hiking this trail

it was muddy a few days after rain. alot of monuments but not a whole lot else

A really special landscape and very clean. We only found two pieces of trash to pick up on the trail and both looked like they were dropped minutes before we got to them. Seeing the granite after a good rain provides nice pools in the granite but also creates a lot of water to cross on the back side of the trail behind the lake. Bring waterproof footwear!

Hiked the Blue trail with the family. It was a great hike and experience.

good trail. if the parking lot is full next to thr trailhead you can park just down tje street but it does add an extra mile coming and going. we just did the lake trail and ended with 5.33 miles total back to the car. just beware. side note: if you are doing the lake trail, when you find the blue marker and head into the woods, just keep going to the open field. the markers in tgis area wander and back track. was very confussing to say rhe least.

nice easy/moderate hiking trail. good for bringing the dogs, but please keep on leash. gets a little narrow at some spots.

road biking
10 days ago

lovely uncrowned January day! rode 14 or so miles to see beautiful Jekyll Island! just use the map at the gift shop ( before the park entrance)

Hiking. Beautiful waterfall.

mountain biking
13 days ago

great trail for riding my bike

The trail is currently closed..

Enjoyed this hike even though the falls were dry at the time. When we hiked most folks hiked the falls loop. The Johns Mountain Loop was empty. We were the only people on the entire trail for over 3 miles. Amazing view from the lookout at the top and very flat and easy walking along the ridge until the descent back down.

Parts of the trail were not entirely clear with many downed trees and trail covered in leaves and debris. Sometimes it was difficult to see the trail clearly.

Access point shown on these directions is inside ft Benning so u need a pass. Better to park at infantry museum and ride through dog park to trail.

Had company on the trail even a grey day post oodles of rain. Most challenging aspect was the slipperiness of the rock coming down the trail.
Not the visual escape I normally enjoy. I wouldn’t do this alone again as there was a creeper along the boardwalk between trailhead and AWARE parking area. Saw him relieving himself on the boardwalk off Klondike Rd and loitering around the trailhead. Maybe a one off though.(?) the ecology of the rock is very cool though and the little waterfall was charming.

smells like sewer, dont let the pictures of the tree lines fool you, might as well be jogging down an alley.

Some of the Trail was a 3 and many areas a 5. It was a little challenging staying on the trail at times. Only saw one other. Fair amounts of standing water but otherwise path was pretty firm.

Love running on this trail. It has beautiful scenery.

Nice place. Great Nature. Finished

on Hamiton Trail

walking
1 month ago

I loved how the walking trail zig zagged around every corner and bend! I parked at the mental health center and started at that point and walked toward downtown. I walked to the beginning of the trail which has a marker and is sort of behind the courthouse. This is not a loop trail but an in and out trail. What doesn’t show on this trail map is that by crossing the water plant rd which is adjacent to the mental health facility you can walk in a loop in a huge meadow area. This loop is paved too. It is not scenic at all but if you want to add some mileage to your outing it is completely level and easy to do.

Love the new extension! Take your dog

walking
1 month ago

Love this place!

hiking
1 month ago

Great trail to walk, bike or run on. I love, love this trail.

really solid flat, paved trail if you looking just to get in some distance. A lot of traffic on the trail but very well-marked. Worth it to get out for exercise. Measured 9.4 miles.

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