Recreation | Gwinnett County Parks & Recreation Facilities | Walking & Biking Trails

Little Mulberry Park

3855 Fence Road, Auburn, GA 30011 View Map

Park Amenities: 

  • Paved, multi-purpose and soft surface trails for equestrian (5-miles) and hiking (2-mile)

Entrance 1: 3855 Fence Road, Auburn, GA 30011

  • Pavilions 
  • Playground
  • Grills
  • Restrooms
  • Lake
  • Overlook area at one of highest elevations in Gwinnett

Entrance 2: 3800 Hog Mountain Road, Dacula, GA 30019

  • 18-hole disc golf course
  • Pavilion
  • Grill
  • Playground
  • Restrooms

Entrance 3: 3900 Hog Mountain Road, Dacula, GA 30019

  • Fishing lake
  • Karina Miller Nature Preserve
  • Restrooms
  • Lakeview pier

Entrance 4:  1300 Mineral Spring Road, Dacula, GA 30019

  • Equestrian trailer parking

Park Hours: Sunrise until sunset unless posted otherwise

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
5.0 stars on TripAdvisor Based on 176 traveler reviews

Frequent visitors

I've been going to this park routinely for 11 years. My favorite place. Great place to run or walk and enjoy the beauty of nature. Very peaceful even when a lot of people are there Read Full Review

When you need a little outside time

This is a gem of a County Park. In a county with a 3/4 of a million people you can actually get some outdoors time. There are the obligatory paved around the lake trails but there are some good woods... Read Full Review

Great walking course!

Max, my poodle loved the dog park! While "Mom" met new friends to talk with!! We both enjoyed the tree lined path. Read Full Review

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Yelp Reviews

4.5 stars on Yelp Based on 54 traveler reviews

890 acres of lakeside, pondside, meadow, deep woods trails with embedded Indian mounds circa 1600's. Gwinnett's little known gem! Read Full Review

Great park but dog poop everywhere. You have to really pay attention to avoid it. Really disappointing Read Full Review

Beautiful Scenery! Love bike riding around the lake. Taking in all the sites of the trees, turtles, fish and geese. What more could you ask! Read Full Review

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