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Bike Trails

Allatoona Creek Park Trail

Total length: 5.50 miles          Difficulty: Moderate

Trailhead Location: Located in the northwest portion of Cobb County. 

Description: This park consists of 1,450 acres leased from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Large open fields give way to forest as the property connects to Lake Allatoona. Two creeks, Little Allatoona & Big Allatoona, merge as you near the lake.

Pine Mountain Trail

Total length: 4.38 miles          Difficulty: Moderate/strenuous      

Trailhead location: GA Highway Spur 20 near the Bartow Beach Rd turnoff. 

Description: This is a City of Cartersville trail open 7 days a week for hiking; mountain bike usage only on Wednesday & Saturdays. Bikes must follow directional sign on those days with no exceptions. There are several loops for hikers with 6 different blaze colors. Mountain Bikers must wear helmets. For more information and directions to Pine Mountain trail, please call the Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department at (770) 387-5626.      

Taylor Randahl Memorial

Total length: 8.25 miles          Difficulty: Beginning/Intermediate

Trailhead: The city of Woodstock Olde Rope Mill Park is the starting point for recently constructed Sorba bike trails.

Description: The 8.25 miles of trails consists of four loops of beginning and intermediate trails following the Little River.

Red Top Mountain State Park

Total length: 3.9 mile loop          Difficulty: Moderate   

Trailhead location: The parking lot for this trail is located of Red Top Mountain Road, on the right a half mile past the campground. 

Description: It is a graveled trail that is accessible to both hikers and bicycles.  From the parking lot, follow the directional signs to the trailhead.  This scenic trail is a loop that winds along the banks of the lake through a historic area that was once home to an active iron mining community in the mid 1800's.  Along the way you have the opportunity to observe both native wildlife and a profusion of native plants.

Blankets Creek Trail

Total length: 13.6 miles          Difficulty: Moderate (off-road bicycle trails) 

Trailhead Location: The trailhead is located off of Sixes Road at Blankets Creek in Cherokee County. 

Description: The new North Loop has been complete and now open to the public.