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Green Creek Trail

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Richmond Hill, GA 31324
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A fine insight into the natural and developmental history of the area.

The trail connects GA 144 and Spur 144 (Not GA 17) and is about .7 miles in length. It is asphalt... read more

Reviewed July 11, 2017
curmudgeon6
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Richmond Hill, Georgia
Shaded walk in the woods.

Starts either off of GA 17 or GA 17 Spur and is a .7 mile walk to either end. The paved path is... read more

Reviewed June 18, 2017
Adam B
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Richmond Hill, Georgia
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Richmond Hill, GA 31324
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Reviewed July 11, 2017

The trail connects GA 144 and Spur 144 (Not GA 17) and is about .7 miles in length. It is asphalt paved and about 3/4 of a mile in length. It parallels the Green Creek which was mostly dug out during the Ford Era as...More

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Reviewed June 18, 2017 via mobile

Starts either off of GA 17 or GA 17 Spur and is a .7 mile walk to either end. The paved path is built on top of an old Henry Ford era dike system and has little curves and hills with plenty of talk rltrees...More

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Reviewed March 31, 2017

After a long car ride our hotel recommended this trail and it was perfect. It's three miles circular along canals and grasslands. Paved but seems far away from civilization. Great way to spend an hour after a long day in the car.

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Reviewed September 25, 2016

Here is an out of normal place to walk. It is surfaced, so you don't have to worry about roots, rocks, etc. It is predominantly shaded, so it is convenient at any time of day. I think it is about a mile one way- so...More

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Marianne E
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Response from curmudgeon6 | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Also, mid - trail you will see the Bryan County Bark Park an excellent facility.
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