Sporting the highest point south of Interstate 20, the 320-acre site is the most rugged of the parks and the planned trails will take advantage of the terrain and spectacular views. Future amenities under consideration are a lookout tower, observatory, and group camping area. The park is currently in development and is not open.
This 437-acre parcel is steeped in history and the potential is limitless. The wide open spaces are perfect for historic reenactments and picnicking. The 1.25 miles frontage on the Chattahoochee will feature a river walk trail s well as a canoe and kayak launch area. Natural trails are currently under construction. Opening date to be determined.
Carroll County has preserved approximately 150 acres in the beautiful, ecologically distinct Snake Creek Gorge area. An additional 600 acres are under permanent protection. The area has developed as a site for ecotourism with a canopy tour and kayaking available at Historic Banning Mills. The park is currently in development and is not open.