Parks & Trails
Braselton Mulberry RiverWalk
This 4.4-mile, out-and-back nature trail along the Mulberry River includes perennial gardens, footbridges, and picnic areas for the public to enjoy.
Playground, splashpad, tennis courts and pavilion in Historic Downtown Braselton. Walk to shopping, dining and events.
Braselton Town Green
Located in the heart of Historic Downtown Braselton, this community space is a great place to relax, have a picnic and let the kids, furkids and young at heart play.
Chateau Elan Nature Trails
Guests and residents can stretch their legs on Chateau Elan Winery and Resort's nature trails that explore the canopied forest, the equestrian center, the vineyards and golf courses.
Four Corners Monument
This pocket park on the Braselton Mulberry Riverwalk marks the point where Barrow, Hall, Jackson and Gwinnett counties meet.
A great place to take the kids, Hoschton Park has picnic tables, playground and walking trail.
Thompson Mills Forest - Georgia State Arboretum
Explore the native trees of Georgia at Thompson Mills Forest, the State Arboretum managed by the University of Georgia.
West Jackson Park
There is just something about the sound of a team warming up their bats. Primarily a sports complex, this park also has a walking trail, playground and picnic areas.
Cherokee Bluffs Park
Bring Fido and explore the dog park, some rock formations, bike-friendly trails, and much more.
Chicopee Woods Mountain Bike Trails
Mountain-biking park featuring six marked trails for beginner, intermediate and advanced riders.
Duncan Creek Park
A handicap accessible playground and plenty of basketball, volleyball, skating and other sports to keep those active youths busy for a day or evening.
Elachee Nature Center
Environmental education center within the 1,440-acre Chicopee Woods Nature Preserve with animals and hiking trails.
Fort Yargo State Park
Featuring lakeside "glamping", a sand beach and 20.5 miles of trails, this park is a paradise for fishermen, hikers and mountain bikers.
Hurricane Shoals Park
Grab a picnic basket, life jacket, river shoes and a float, and spend a day playing in the North Oconee River.
Little Mulberry Park
This 890-acre oasis contains Miller Lake and a smaller pond, and has almost 14 miles of multi-use trails.