Throughout Northeast Georgia, visitors will find a number of hiking trails at state parks, state recreational area and state conservation areas. For more information on Georgia's State Parks, go to http://www.georgiastateparks.org/.
Amicalola Falls State Park
Easy to Moderate - 0.25 Miles
An 8.5 mile approach trail leads from the park to Springer Mountain, the southern end of the 2,135-mile Appalachian Trail. However, numerous other trails are available for shorter journeys.
Black Rock Mountain State Park
Easy to Strenuous - 11 Miles
Moderate of several trails of wildflowers, streams & lush forests.
Bobby Brown Outdoor Recreation Area
Easy - 1.9 Miles
Hiking trails lead visitors past wildflowers, cascading streams, small waterfalls and lush forests
Fort Yargo State Park
Easy - 18 Miles
Hiking & Mountain Biking Trails
Hart Outdoor Recreation Area
Easy - 1.5 Miles
Hiking & Bicycling Trails
Moccasin Creek State Park
Easy to Moderate - 1 Mile Trail & 2 Mile Trail
1-Mile Non-Game Interpretive Trail with Wildlife Observation Tower & 2-Mile Hemlock Falls Hiking Trail
Richard B Russell State Park
Easy - 6 Miles
Hiking & Bicycling Trails - A nature trail follows the shoreline to one of the oldest steel pin bridges in the area, loops through the adjoining woods and returns to the beach.
Smithgall Woods Conservation Area
Easy - 5 Miles
Five miles of trails and 18 miles of roads allow hikers and bicyclists to explore hardwoods, streams and wildlife.
Tallulah Gorge State Park
Moderate to Strenuous - 20 Miles
Hiking and Mountain Biking. Rugged Terrain, Hikers must obtain a free permit from the Visitors Center before hiking into the gorge.
Tugaloo State Park
Easy - 4 Miles
Nature trails with lake views
Unicoi State Park
Easy to Moderate - 7.5 Miles
Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy hiking and biking on scenic mountain trails, especially those leading to Helen and Anna Ruby Falls. Scenic mountain view, lake views and nature trails
Vogel State Park
Easy to Strenuous - 18 Miles
Hikers can choose from a variety of trails, including the popular four-mile Bear Hair Gap loop, an easy one-mile lake loop, and the challenging 13-mile Coosa Backcountry Trail.
Victoria Bryant State Park
Easy - 8 Miles
Hikers can follow either the short nature trail or the longer perimeter trail that winds through hardwoods and crosses creeks. Animal lovers should keep an eye out for wildlife while passing food plots along the perimeter trail.
Watson Mill Bridge State Park
Easy - 7 Miles
Hiking trails allow visitors to enjoy the thick forest along the river or travel into the park's backcountry. Also, biking and horseback riding trails.