If you’re looking to get extreme with nature on a mountain bike, go on a hike or just enjoy the creek in Acworth, Allatoona Creek Park is the newest park in town.
Where is Allatoona Creek Park?
Located in North Western Cobb County at 5690 Old Stilesboro Road, Allatoona Park is 1450 acres home to open spaces, pristine wetlands, and natural wildlife. Nesting birds, deer, bobcats, and fox all play along with the trails of Allatoona Creek Park. Perfect for avid to beginner campers and popular among the mountain bike community in Acworth. The park offers a wide variety of activities for you and your family to break from the usual and do something a little more challenging than a walk in the park.
As part of the City of Acworth Parks Department, Allatoona Creek Park offers many standard park amenities you’d see at any park like picnic tables along with campsites, hiking trails and so much more. Laced with trails, the park is perfect park visitors looking to take a break from modern life. Park visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy beautiful landscaping and amenities such as:
Fifteen miles of multi-use trails.
Creek and Lake views
Trails for mountain biking and hiking.
The trails in Acworth are geared towards mountain biking with several trails for beginners to expert mountain bike enthusiast. Each trail runs a singular track loop ranging from .04 of a mile to all 15.
The trails that feature views of Allatoona Creek and Lake Allatoona include:
Turtle Back Connector (.04 mi.)
Turtle Back Trail
Turtle Back Spur (1.4 mi.)
Mason’s Bridge Loop (5 mi.)
The Rusty Bucket Loop (1 mi.)
The park is equipped with a Army Corp of Engineers campground equipped with everything you need for a weekend getaway with the family without having to “rough it.” Connected to the park and only a short hike away from Lake Allatoona, the campgrounds are maintained by a dedicated group of volunteers ensuring for a pristine experience.
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