Wander Woodstock

TRAILS EDITION

 

From natural paths to dog friendly walks to world-class mountain bike trails, there’s no shortage of places to wander in Woodstock, Georgia. Greenprints Alliance is inspiring folks in Cherokee County to get outdoors by working to create a trail system that connects our community.

Designed for a 2 to 3 hour adventure for you to Explore Local, Eat Local, & Drink Local.

Olde Rope Mill Park offers a relaxing ride down the river, and miles of interconnected mountain biking trails to explore. Dupree Park’s large multi-level playground, beginner level mountain biking paths, and disc golf course make it a place to play for kids of all ages.

If you’re after a mix of trail seeking and downtown vibes, try Noonday Creek Trail which leads connects to downtown shops and city center on one end, and dog park Woofstock Park on the other.

Get outside, then grab a beer at Reformation Brewery!

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Designed for a 2 to 3 hour adventure for you to Explore Local, Eat Local, & Drink Local. Get outside, then grab a beer at Reformation Brewery!

Olde Rope Mill Park offers a relaxing ride down the river, and miles of interconnected mountain biking trails to explore. Dupree Park’s large multi-level playground, beginner level mountain biking paths, and disc golf course make it a place to play for kids of all ages. After a mix of trail seeking and downtown vibes, try Noonday Creek Trail which leads connects to downtown shops and city center on one end, and dog park Woofstock Park on the other.

Old Rope Mill

Boat, bike, or hike your way to new adventures

Olde Rope Mill Park is located at the end of Rope Mill Road and has multiple mountain bike and multi-use trails. Pack a picnic and grab a seat at the picnic tables or park benches, or fire up the grill at the park pavilion, which offers a scenic view with a fishing platform. Or dip a canoe into into the water and get lost in a relaxing ride down Little River.

For mountain bike trail enthusiasts, the park is home to the Taylor Randhal Memorial Mountain Bike Trail that has 14 miles of connecting trails that twist through nearly 100 acres of public park land. A pedestrian/bike bridge connects the south side of Little River to the north side where you can see the remnants of an 1800’s Rope Mill.

Old Rope Mill

Boat, bike, or hike your way to new adventures

Olde Rope Mill Park is located at the end of Rope Mill Road and has multiple mountain bike and multi-use trails. Pack a picnic and grab a seat at the picnic tables or park benches, or fire up the grill at the park pavilion, which offers a scenic view with a fishing platform. Or dip a canoe into into the water and get lost in a relaxing ride down Little River.

For mountain bike trail enthusiasts, the park is home to the Taylor Randhal Memorial Mountain Bike Trail that has 14 miles of connecting trails that twist through nearly 100 acres of public park land. A pedestrian/bike bridge connects the south side of Little River to the north side where you can see the remnants of an 1800’s Rope Mill.

Located off Neese Road, less than a mile from downtown Woodstock, Dupree Park’s large playground, paved paths, and disc golf course make it a place to play for kids of all ages. Gather your friends for some healthy throwing competition, or take an easy stroll through these beginner level trails suited for biking and hiking for the whole family. Celebrate a day done well with a stop by nearby Reformation Brewery and raise a toast to finding contrast amid the noise. 

Dupree Park

Beginner-friendly trails for everyone in your family to enjoy.

Dupree Park

Beginner-friendly trails for everyone in your family to enjoy.

Located off Neese Road, less than a mile from downtown Woodstock, Dupree Park’s large playground, paved paths, and disc golf course make it a place to play for kids of all ages. Gather your friends for some healthy throwing competition, or take an easy stroll through these beginner level trails suited for biking and hiking for the whole family. Celebrate a day done well with a stop by nearby Reformation Brewery and raise a toast to finding contrast amid the noise.

Noonday Creek Trail

Dogs are family too at Woofstock Park.

Noonday Creek Trail connects Downtown Woodstock to Highway 92 and Woofstock Dog Park. Accessible in Downtown Woodstock on Market Street, it’s about 1.5 miles long. If you start your trek from the other direction, Towne Lake Pass Trail travels along Towne Lake Hills South towards Woodstock High and Middle Schools, meeting in the middle at Woofstock Park, Woodstock’s dog park.

Woofstock Park is open daily and features small and large breed off-leash areas, shade structures, fountains and benches.

Noonday Creek Trail

Dogs are family too at Woofstock Park.

Noonday Creek Trail connects Downtown Woodstock to Highway 92 and Woofstock Dog Park. Accessible in Downtown Woodstock on Market Street, it’s about 1.5 miles long. If you start your trek from the other direction, Towne Lake Pass Trail travels along Towne Lake Hills South towards Woodstock High and Middle Schools, meeting in the middle at Woofstock Park, Woodstock’s dog park.

Woofstock Park is open daily and features small and large breed off-leash areas, shade structures, fountains and benches.

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