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Top Fishing Spots in and near Atlanta

  • Atlanta, Georgia

    Hike around the Doll's Head Trail At Constitution Lakes Park

    1 mi
    Locating the entrance to Constitution Lakes Park is the hardest part of this hike.  There's no specific address to take you to the parking lot, but if you find South River Industrial Boulevard, you'll see the sign for Constitution Lakes Park on your right.  Parking is free and there are two trail...
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  • Lithia Springs, Georgia

    Sweetwater Creek White Loop

    4.87 mi / 371 ft gain
    Sweetwater Creek State Park offers a breath of fresh air and beautiful sights only 15 miles from Atlanta. The park has 9 miles of trails to choose from. The shortest of the three trails is the Red Trail (1 mile, one-way). After a half mile you will arrive at the impressive 5 story New Manchester ...
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  • Lithia Springs, Georgia

    Sweetwater Creek Red Trail

    1.48 mi / 46 ft gain
    Sweetwater Creek State Park lies just about 20 minutes West of Downtown Atlanta.  An easy drive along I-20 from the large city makes this park a very popular destination, especially on the weekends.  Out of the parks three main trails, the Red Trail is by far my favorite.  Scenic river views and ...
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  • Lawrenceville, Georgia

    Rhodes Jordan Park Trail

    1.48 mi / 138 ft gain
    Rhodes Jordan Park Trail is a loop trail that takes you by a lake located near Lawrenceville, Georgia.
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  • Euharlee, Georgia

    Paddle the Lower Etowah (Euharlee Road to 411)

    The nine mile stretch of river between Euharlee Road and 411 provides a beautiful getaway near Cartersville. As it sits downstream of Allatoona Lake, this is considered the Lower Etowah, and the temperament of the current depends largely on whether or not the Corps is releasing water upstream fro...
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