F D Roosevelt State Park, Pine Mountain Trail

Pine Mountain, Georgia 31822

F D Roosevelt State Park, Pine Mountain Trail

F. D. Roosevelt State Park, Pine Mountain Trail Professional Review and Guide

"F. D. Roosevelt State Park is located on Pine Mountain in the central part of the state, about 25 miles northwest of Columbus. The long, narrow ridge composed of quartzite rock formations is the southernmost mountain in Georgia."

More F. D. Roosevelt State Park, Pine Mountain Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"F. D. Roosevelt State Park is located on Pine Mountain in the central part of the state, about 25 miles northwest of Columbus. The long, narrow ridge composed of quartzite rock formations is the southernmost mountain in Georgia. Covering 9,049 acres, the"

F. D. Roosevelt State Park, Pine Mountain Trail Reviews

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7/25/2018
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9/20/2012
Beautiful area, no doubt. However the nature trail on the actual park-side is confusing. The blazes are everywhere but they lead in several different directions at times, signage would help.
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9/26/2009
Celebrate National Public Lands Day on September 26th with free admission to High Falls State Park. You'll find many ways to show your support for Georgia State Parks' mission to preserve, protect, and provide access to public Green Space. You can either take advantage of volunteer opportunities that day such as trail inspection or litter pick-up, take advantage of a great day for a fall hike. Free admission day is 9/26/09.
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5/17/2009
This was a good hike. I didn't have a lot of time at the park, I just stopped here to walk the dogs while in route to Atlanta. I only took the trail on the north side of the falls. The water was high and the dogs loved playing in it. There are several good spots for dogs (or people) to get their paws wet. The trail was moderately strenuous, with many stairs, and some short steep trail sections. In all, I'm glad I took the time to stop.
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9/13/2008
I enjoyed hiking the three trails of High Falls State Park. This nice day hike provided great scenery and "The Falls" are spectacular and are diffently make the trip worthwhile
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10/23/2002
I hiked two of the three trails on either side of the falls. The trails provide a nice easy hike, the scenery is great, although the falls are as low as I have ever seen them due to the drought. There are some dangerous spots on the trail when wet and muddy, and take bug repellant. The chiggers are out in full force!
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Trail Information

Pine Mountain
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
23
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
3 days
Duration
Year-round
Season
F. D. Roosevelt State Park, 2970 SR 190, Pine Mountain 31822; (706) 663-4858; www .gastateparks .org Pine Mountain Trail Association Inc., PO Box 5, Columbus 31902; www.pinemountaintrail.org
Local Contacts
USGS Pine Mountain and Warm Springs; detailed map of the trails for sale by the Pine Mountain Trail Association (all funds from map sales are used to maintain the Pine Mountain Trail); page-size map of the park including the trail available from the park office.
Local Maps