Cascade Springs Nature Preserve
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It is an extremely tranquil and magical place that you must see!
A great little area for hiking and walks. Be sure to look at the map by the start of the trail as things are not very clearly marked once on the trails.
Peaceful place to enjoy a walk on the trails (1-2 miles) and see a waterfall (if rainfall permits). Lots of shade from the sun. Dogs welcome. Ample free parking
Hike Atlanta’s Cascade Springs Nature Preserve to a beautiful waterfall, a moss-covered historic springhouse, and mounded earthworks from the Civil War battle of Utoy Creek.
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“Don’t be fooled by the length of this trail. What it lacks in distance it makes up for in elevation changes and scenic surroundings. The paved boardwalk connects two parks in Decatur -- Mason Mills Park and Medlock Park -- as it meanders through tall trees and over creeks. Future expansions may connect this PATH trail to the Emory University campus.”
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“Westview Cemetery, located in Atlanta, Georgia, is the largest civilian cemetery in the Southeastern United States, comprising more than 582 acres, 50% of which is undeveloped. (Georgia National Cemetery, for military veterans and their families, covers 775 acres.) Westview includes the graves of more than 125,000 people, and was added to the Georgia Register of Historic Places in 2019 and the National Register of Historic Places in 2020. You can catch a glimpse of the cemetery from our front porch!”
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“This trail is the location of a bunch of "found" art -- created using only what was already on the site. Nothing can be brought in. A fascinating place.”
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“East Point is just about 5 miles away from one of Atlanta’s most popular historic destinations, The Wren’s Nest. Located in the former home of the late Atlanta Journal-Constitution editor and author, Joel Chandler Harris, it serves as a museum and education center today. Children can attend storytelling hours, while family members of all ages can explore and learn about Harris’s life and African-American folklore.”
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