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Woodstock trails bring nature to the city

Residents and visitors of Woodstock, Georgia can enjoy walking, running or biking on the city’s Greenprints trail network. With both paved, multi-purpose trails and mountain biking loops, Woodstock has several options for those looking to enjoy the outdoors without going too far from home.

Run around Town

Miles of paved trails wind through the city, highlighting some of the parks and shopping that the north Georgia town has to offer. The trail network features trailheads at popular parks and shopping locations, including downtown Woodstock at Market Street, where the Noonday Creek Trail begins.

Another option for those wanting to explore the trail network is the Trestle Rock multi-purpose trail at Olde Rope Mill Park. Trail-goers can walk alongside Little River on the Trestle Rock trail, or cross over the pedestrian bridge to check out the historic Rope Mill ruins.

Walk the Dog

Winding west, the Noonday Creek Trail crosses paths with the city’s Woofstock dog park, which is accessed by crossing over the Noonday Creek pedestrian bridge. From the dog park, the Noonday Creek Trail heads south to Highway 92.

Ride your Bike

Nearby mountain biking trails are another way to enjoy the outdoors in Woodstock, with trails for both beginners and more experienced riders. The Taylor Randahl Memorial Mountain Bike Trails at Olde Rope Mill Park offer several loops for riders with varying skill levels.

Just across town, the Dupree Park Family Mountain Bike Trails provide a more beginner-friendly set of loops.

To learn more about the Greenprints trail network, visit the Woodstock Trails website.
Or to see more about the city’s mountain bike trails, visit the SORBA Woodstock website.

To locate a trail near you and get directions, check out the map below:


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