Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center Loop

Atlanta, Georgia

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A writer, conservationist, and the first director of Georgia’s Game & Fish Commission, Charlie Elliott (1906–2000) devoted his life to sharing his passion for the state’s wildlands. It’s fitting that the 6400-acre wildlife center bearing his name serves as an outdoor classroom and promotes hiking and birding, as well as fishing, hunting, and horseback riding. The center’s hiking trails explore a granite outcrop, the rushing waters of Murder Creek and the banks of three lakes, which provide habitat for geese, herons, and a variety of other birds. This hike combines four trails into one loop that can be walked in a few hours.

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"A writer, conservationist, and the first director of Georgia’s Game & Fish Commission, Charlie Elliott (1906–2000) devoted his life to sharing his passion for the state’s wildlands.

It’s fitting that the 6400-acre wildlife center bearing his name serves as an outdoor classroom and promotes hiking and birding, as well as fishing, hunting, and horseback riding. The center’s hiking trails explore a granite outcrop, the rushing waters of Murder Creek and the banks of three lakes, which provide habitat for geese, herons, and a variety of other birds. This hike combines four trails into one loop that can be walked in a few hours."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Atlanta
Distance: 3.4
Elevation Gain: 125 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 2–3 hours
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center
Local Maps: A trail map is available in the park office and online at georgiawildlife.com/CharlieElliott

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Jun 2018