North Georgia Hiking - Georgia Hiking Trails  

Hiking & Biking

The Northeast Georgia Mountains abound with scenic beauty as well as excellent hiking and mountain biking trails. In fact, the Lake Hartwell Georgia area alone has over 18 designated recreation areas, many of which are state managed parks. Gear up for a phenomenal adventure as you backpack through the North Georgia Blue Ridge Mountains that surround beautiful Lake Hartwell GA and SC. After spending the day enjoying Georgia hiking trails, you can camp out at many of the local recreation areas and fish for trout. Discover the outdoor paradise all around Lake Hartwell. Here we have listed a few of the common North Georgia hiking areas nearby to the neighborhoods and communities that we sell Northeast Georgia Real Estate in. If you are interested in Lake Hartwell Real Estate in Georgia and South Carolina, browse our listings and contact us today.

If you are planning a Northeast Georgia Hiking adventure, be sure to practice the proper safety precautions and take along the essentials for your trip. We encourage hikers in the North Georgia Mountains to purchase or find an up to date Georgia Mountain hiking trail map to ensure that the trails you plan to hike are in fact still accessible.

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Elrod Ferry Recreation Area
Elrod Ferry is located off of US Hwy 29 in Hart County, Georgia, approximately 2.5 miles north of the city of Hartwell and approximately 3 miles from the Hartwell Dam and the Georgia/South Carolina state line.

Hart State Park
Hart State Park is located three miles north of Hartwell off U.S. 29. The park has 76 tent and trailer sites as well as two cottages on its 147 acres. The park hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and the office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is a $2 park pass fee. For information regarding events, call 706-376-8756.

Lake Hartwell State Park
Located in Oconee County on the shores of Lake Hartwell is this beautiful state park. Offering year around fishing, boating, swimming, picnicking, as well as excellently maintained walking and hiking trails this state park is a place you must visit to enjoy the wildlife and beautiful scenery.

Richard B. Russell Lake
Russell Lake in Elbert County offers visitors pristine waters for fishing, swimming, boating, camping, and hiking.  Russell Lake's undeveloped shorelines means that visitors can enjoy not only a beautiful, relaxing day on the lake, but also scenery uninterrupted by houses and development, making the lake ideal for wildlife viewing. In developing the lake, the Army Corps of Engineers has strived to maintain the aesthetic qualities of the lake and shoreline, keeping the area strikingly beautiful and picturesque. There are multiple campgrounds and state parks in the area that offer miles of hiking trails through this gorgeous landscape.

Tugaloo State Park
Located in Lavonia, Georgia, Tugaloo State Park offers 393 acres of unspoiled lands and 4 miles for hiking trails. Visitors to the park love walking through the Crow Tree and Muscadine nature trails that wind through gigantic live oaks, and beautiful orchards of walnut, mulberry and cherry trees.
Elrod Ferry
1387 Elrod Ferry Road
Hartwell, GA 30643
Hart State Park
330 Hart Park Road
Hartwell , GA 30643
Lake Hartwell Area Recreation
19138-A Hwy 11 S
Fair Play, SC 29643
Tugaloo State Park
1763 Tugaloo State Park Rd
Lavonia, GA 30553

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