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Several hiking trails at the actual Preserve and across the road which is also part of the preserve. It is Forsyth County's best kept secret. The Indian Seats are a must see. The hike to the top of the mountain is not hard and the...More
This hike was an easy and fun hike. Through the week there is very little activity, but it can very hectic on the weekends with nice weather. It is the perfect time to visit with the changing of the leaves.
Normally, we are all over the hiking scene. Recently moving from the mountains in North Georgia, we are disappointed to say we cannot use this location in our own backyard. Why? It’s not dog friendly. After emailing the city, they let us know that we...More
So last weekend we tested the waters with a shorter hike...today we did this hike which was 4 miles round trip (we parked at the visitors center). The babies did great, a couple of scraped knees..which we also noticed almost every group we passed at...More
This is a great spot for an afternoon hike ! Super convenient drive for those of us living in the city. It gets a bit crowded as can be expected, but still worth going. Would be a perfect area for watching the sunset on a...More
I love this park and all of the trails. The Indian Seat is nice to see and the view is awesome. The backside trail is fun with it's changing elevations and scenery. There is lots to do at this preserve for people of all ages