Must Visit Trails Around Atlanta

Hiking, Running/Walking Trails, and All Things Outdoors Around Atlanta

 

Beyond peaches and Coca-Cola, Georgia is known for its beautiful state parks and nature trails. When the great outdoors calls, make a day of it or plan for a morning adventure spent among the trees and mountains by visiting some of our favorite natural spots:

 

Indian Seats At Sawnee – A fun and breezy trail up to the historic rocks that are shaped as seats that overlook the beautiful trees and scenery.

 

Amicolala Falls – If you enjoy the stair master, this one is for you. It really is fun and the most beautiful with the view of the falls.

 

Ettowah River Park – A staple for a great walk/run for those who reside in Canton, with routes long enough to train for a half marathon!

 

Old Rope Mill – Woodstock locals’ favorite date spot. There’s an old railroad that is wonderful for pictures!

 

Piedmont Park – Bring your friends, a football, a frisbee, your running shoes or your camera! During the day this is such a fun adventure spot right in the heart of Atlanta.

 

Kennesaw Mountain – With a tad of history, this is always a fun, simple and quick hike up including education about the national battleground and what makes it a landmark.

 

Chattahoochee River Trail – Way down yonder by the Chattahoochee there’s a flat trail that is covered and perfect for a good walk or even run with your dog.

 

Roswell Riverwalk – A newer spot that is a boardwalk over the water. This trail is great to catch a tan while you’re exercising, and to grab a drink or meal in downtown Roswell afterward!

 

Preacher’s Rock – A bit of a drive but this location and other local trails in Dahlonega are scenic, peaceful, and challenging if you’re up for it!

 

If you are an outdoor enthusiast looking to be closer to any of these trails or other parks, contact our team of Georgia Real Estate Consultants at The Peters Company. Call 678-921-1470 or email team@thepeterscompany.com to get your home search started!

 

Written by Samantha McCrabb, Field Coordinator

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