Trails to explore in Brookhaven GA
Getting outdoors and enjoying the fresh air is something we all need. Take some time for yourself and encourage physical activity, reduce stress, and enjoy a little change of scenery. Whether you are new to Brookhaven, or you’re just looking for a new adventure, check out these trail options and start your own outdoor adventure.
Murphey Candler Park offers multiple trails, with the primary trail established as a 2-mile loop that circles Murphey Candler Lake. The trail includes a variety of scenery including woodsy areas, bridges, wetlands, and passes near picnic pavilions. The main trail can be accessed from any of the parking areas. Other things to enjoy while you’re there: covered picnic pavilions, tennis, wildlife, fishing, playgrounds, including an ADA accessible playground, pool, sports fields, electric car charging station.
Blackburn Park is a 50-acre park that offers greenspaces, multi-use trails, tennis courts, playground, sports fields, covered picnic area, ample parking, electric car charging station.
The Nancy Creek Trail connects Murphey Candler Park to Blackburn Park. It is a 2.3 mile trail that runs parallel to Ashford Dunwoody Road.
The Peachtree Creek Greenway runs for 1.3 miles from North Druid Hills Road to Briarwood Road, along North Fork Peachtree Creek. PCG is an extra-wide, paved recreation path that is fully ADA accessible. It is for pedestrians, runners, cyclists, and anyone looking for ways to enjoy nature.
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