Guide to Gwinnett
12 Trails to Traverse
While we are all doing our best to keep a responsible social distance, it's easy to go a little stir-crazy. If you feel the need to get out, check out some of Gwinnett's best local trails and stretch your legs.
• George Pierce Park
Part of the Ivy Creek Greenway, you'll find a great 2.5 mile walking trail at George Pierce Park. If you're up for a longer walk or run, this path also connects to the Suwanee Greenway.
• Harbins Park
If you like mountain biking, you'll find 13 miles of trail here. Harbins Park also has 7 miles of equestrian trails and 4.5 miles of hiking trails.
• Little Mulberry Park
At Little Mulberry Park you'll find 15 miles of paved and non paved trails for multi-use, including 3.6 for hiking and 5.7 for equestrian.
• McDaniel Farm Park
If you're looking for a scenic walk, this is the place to be. McDaniel Farm Park offers 3 miles of paved multi-purpose and soft surface trails. A farm-themed playground was recently added so this park gets extra points for families looking to walk/run with stroller-age kids.
• Pinckneyville Park
Along with its many other awesome amenities, Pinckneyville Park offers 2.4 miles of paved, multi-purpose trails.
• Rhodes Jordan Park
Warm up for a game of tennis with a 1.9 mile walk or run on the paved multi-purpose trails at Rhodes Jordan Park.
• Rock Springs Park
Take a solid 2 mile stroll through Rock Springs Park, which clocks in at 113-acres.
• Tribble Mill Park
Not only can you catch some good trails at Tribble Mill Park, but you can also catch fish. With 3.4 miles of multi-purpose trail, soft surface trails for equestrian and biking and a Cross Country Course, this park has got it all.
• Settles Bridge Park
Walk along the Chattahoochee River and see this bridge that was built in 1896. Settles Bridge Park offers 4.5 miles of trail.
• Simpsonwood Park
Enjoy the scenery of a meadow as you walk or run the 3.1 miles of trails at Simpsonwood Park.
• Suwanee Creek Greenway
This hard-surface, multipurpose trail is perfect for walkers and bikers alike. The Suwanee Creek Greenway trail meanders through four miles of wooded areas, wetlands, and wildlife habitat.
• Yellow River Park
If you're looking for something a little more challenging, Yellow River Park offers 12 miles of soft surface trail for equestrian, biking and hiking.
Of course, there are so many more parks than what's listed here. I hope you'll get out and enjoy a few of them. Be sure to check the Gwinnett County Parks and Rec page for closures and up to date information.