Rebecca Ruffin Leffler

Atlanta

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  1. DeSoto Falls - Hiking

    Atlanta

    DeSoto Falls Recreation Area, located in the Chattahoochee National Forest, offers a couple of trails to view two different waterfalls along Frogtown Creek. This is a great way to see beautiful waterfalls on a short, family-friendly hike in the North Georgia Mountains.

  2. Lost Corner Preserve

    Atlanta

    Lost Corner Preserve offers walking trails in a heavily wooded 24-acre park in the heart of Sandy Springs. Experience nature and enjoy a short hike without traveling far from the city.

  3. Vogel State Park

    Atlanta

    Enjoy a mountain hike to see views of Lake Trahlyta in Vogel State Park - one of the first state parks in Georgia. With elevations of more than 800 feet along mountainside streams, the Bear Hair Gap Trail takes you on a partial loop along lower parts of Blood Mountain.

  4. 3 Ways to Enjoy Sweetwater Creek at Sunset

    Atlanta

    Just 17 miles west of Atlanta, Sweetwater Creek State Park is a place that's brimming with fascinating history and outdoor opportunities.

  5. Trip Report: Hiking at Cochran Mill Park

    Atlanta

    In this trip report, RootsRated ambassador Rebecca Leffler explores the hiking at Cochran Mill Park, a great area just 30 miles from Atlanta.

  6. 6 Great Paddling Trips in Georgia State Parks This Fall

    Atlanta

    Get a great view of the fall foliage from a canoe or kayak on these scenic paddling trips at six Georgia State Parks this fall.