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Level: Intermediate
Length: 32 mi (51.5 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +736/ -887 ft
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Mountain Biking Allatoona Creek Park

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#12 of 407 mountain bike trails in Georgia
#179 in the world

Updated 4/27/18
Located in the northwest portion of Cobb County, Allatoona Creek Park consists of 1450 acres leased by Cobb County from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, as well as several hundred acres of Cobb County property. Large open fields give way to forest as the property connects to Lake Allatoona. Two creeks (Little Allatoona & Big Allatoona) merge as you near the lake. Among the 1450 acres are several wetland areas. These wetland areas are of vital importance to the property's diverse fauna and flora.

The park is home to a vast array of wildlife including ground nesting birds, birds of prey, deer, fox, bobcat and other mammals and reptiles. The land is managed to accommodate all species of wildlife with archery hunting for deer allowed during season. The park is open for public use except during hunting season.

Allatoona Creek Park Address:
5690 Old Stilesboro Road
Acworth, GA 30101

The Allatoona Creek Park Mountain Bike Trail System currently includes over 30 miles of fun trails. Trails include Rusty Bucket, Mason's Bridge, Driftwood, MumboJumbo, Voodoo, Hocus Pocus, Turtleback, Red Barron, Whipper Snapper and various jump lines, a new pump track and skills section. Riding difficulty levels range between beginner (Rusty Bucket), and advanced (Whipper Snapper). Plans are underway to add 10 more miles of trail in the next year.

Riding direction changes daily. Please check signs at each trailhead. Trail may close due to wet conditions. Please visit www.sorbawestgeorgia.org for trail status.

Trail is open sunrise to sunset EXCEPT for the following months due to hunting season:

September / October - Trail opens at 10:00 am
November / December - Trail is closed - HUNTERS ONLY
January - Trail opens at 10:00 am

Turtleback, Red Barron, Whicpper Snapper and Pitner Road Jump Lines and pump track remain open during hunting season, but can ONLY be accessed by the Pitner Road Dog Park Trailhead - 2450 Pitner Road Acworth, GA 30101.

First added by GoldenGoose on Feb 9, 2011. Last updated Dec 1, 2023. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: yes
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: yes
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From Atlanta, head north on I-75 and get off at exit 267B toward Marietta. Make a right on Cobb Parkway/Ga 3 and head north for approximately 9.5 miles. Make a left on Mars Hill Rd. Continue 1.5 miles until you make a right on County Line Rd/Old Stilesboro Rd. After about 0.2 miles, turn right into the parking area off of Old Stilesboro Road. This parking area is the most central to all trails in this system.
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Q: Which trail is the most difficult
A: Hocus Pocus can be exhaustive in spots, but Whipper Snapper is far more challenging.

Q: can I ride these trails at night any day or do they have specific days? (any online schedule?)