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Visit unique rock formations while exploring a forest park.

This 306-acre preserve is known for its unique sandstone formations, such as the upside-down pyramid-like Peachtree Rock. The preserve also has a 20-ft waterfall, Hunt Creek Falls. Explore the park at will along its 7.5 miles of trail – a trail map can be found here.

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Photography
Hiking
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Forest
Waterfall

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