Georgia seems to have an abundance of rich trails to hike, walk, or bike along. Whether you want to stroll along a historic civil war trail, or find some of the richest flora in the south, there is a trail designed for you. These are some of the trails that are under 100 miles for you to ride along. For more information on any of these trails listed, or to find even more trails, see the website GeorgiaOnMyMind.org.
Cities: Perry thru Cordele
This trail takes you through parts of the historic south and the southern rivers area of Georgia. There are many history rich sites, including the Andersonville National Historic Site which is a national memorial to all American prisoners of war.
Cities: Augusta to Crawfordville
The Bartram Trail is named for William Bartram, noted horticulturist and founder of some of Georgia’s most well known plants. This is the trail that Mr. Bartram took in his chronicle “Travels”.
Old Dixie Highway
Cities: Rossville to Marietta
This trail marks the nation’s first planned roadway crossing state lines from Chattanooga to Marietta. It was a very important piece of transportation history.
Peach Blossom Trail
Cities: Jonesboro to Warner Robbins
This trail takes you through sprawling countryside to see the peach orchards. Go through this trail in March to see the pink peach blossoms. There is a flurry of activity along this trail from May to August.
Cities: Hinesville to Riceboro
This trail takes you through a byway with many lovely views, cultural vignettes, and history richness.
Toccoa River Canoe Trail
City: Blue Ridge
This trail is popular with trout fisherman and great for those who want a nice canoe trail with a few rapids, good beginning pace, and plenty of great scenery along the way.
Cities: Ailine to Eulonia
This pretty trail to the coast of Georgia will take you through a vestige of antique stores and Revolutionary war sites. Its a great little trail to travel on your way to one of Georgia’s beaches.