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Fabulous, we went on the red trail this was really steep in places. The views are lovely take lots of water!
Before we stoped here was went to the other part of the park where you can hire peddle boats, paddle boards & Jon boats....More
Came up to Atlanta for Labor Day weekend from Fort Lauderdale and researched hikes nearby and found this one. We did the red trail so that we can see the old mill ruins and realized that it was where the movie Hunger Games was filmed....More
a trip to Sweetwater park is a very enjoyable experience for the beginner hiker; the terrain is uneven but the inclines are not too many and the trails are pretty wide. I see alot of people on weekends with their dogs (all on leashes of...More
While here on assignment with my K9 partner, we hiked the Red trail along the water. We both went for a quick swim to cool off as others were doing. Nice hard pack trails that can range from easy to difficult terrain. We checked out...More
My husband and I were in town visiting for a belated birthday trip (his). He enjoys hiking and we found out about this state park through my research ahead of time. I was intrigued by this one because of the ruins. We hiked the Red...More
The park is a short distance from Atlanta. It is on some back roads so AGPS will help you find it. There is a $5 parking fee unless you have an annual pass. The ranger station has some snacks and cold beverage. There is a...More
The water was super swift when we were there and the weather was cool, so I’m not sure. There is a lake within the park, too. I’m a great swimmer, and I wouldn’t swim in this river due to the rocks and current. The park’s... More
The water was super swift when we were there and the weather was cool, so I’m not sure. There is a lake within the park, too. I’m a great swimmer, and I wouldn’t swim in this river due to the rocks and current. The park’s website does not mention swimming, but does mention aquatic activities.