Best Trails of Georgia

This list represents the most popular trails in Georgia. Use this list to plan your next Georgia outdoor trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

The final hike descending from Brasstown Bald is along the Wagon Train Trail. This path ...
This state park is in the Ridge and Valley district of northwest Georgia, just to the ...
Reed Bingham State Park is in South Georgia, about midway between the ocean and the Alabama ...
The word Amicalola is Cherokee for “tumbling waters.” This state park features a 729-foot ...
Lake Conasauga is a hiking trail in Murray County, Georgia. It is 1.1 miles long and begins ...
This is one of Georgia’s finest circuit hikes. Enter Blood Mountain Wilderness on ...
The Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge provides a doorway to more than 400,000 acres ...
This is one of those places that you really should try to hit on a warm, sunny day—midweek ...
From Turner Field, this hike visits the Georgia State Capitol, Underground Atlanta, the ...
While the West Rim Trail meanders along the brink of Sitton Gulf, the Waterfalls / Sitton ...
General Coffee State Park was named for nineteenth-century local planter and politician ...
Get in the rugged highlands of the western Chattahoochee National Forest, 19-acre Lake ...
Andrews Cove Trail is a hiking trail in White County, Georgia. It is 1.9 miles long and ...
Where do the names Desoto and Frogtown come together? The answer is at Desoto Falls Campground, ...
Explore Starr’s Mill, the pond that powers the mill, and Whitewater Creek, and view a ...
At 3,640 feet, Black Rock Mountain is the highest state park in Georgia. Located in the ...
Unicoi State Park is the gateway to the higher mountains of the southern Appalachians ...
Named for Benton MacKaye, who provided the inspiration for establishing the Appalachian ...
Iron Hill Access Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Bartow County, Georgia. ...
High Falls State Park covers 1,050 acres in Monroe County on the shores of High Falls ...
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