Take This Road Trip To The 5 Most Eye-Popping Wildflower Hikes In Georgia

When warm weather starts to hit in Georgia, it ignites a feeling in us all. It’s just about impossible to not want to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors. Nature in Georgia becomes so magical during the spring months. That makes springtime the perfect time to tackle this wildflower road trip in Georgia. The entire trip takes just under six hours of driving time, though, of course, you’ll want to add a lot of time to tackle the hikes and spend the night somewhere. Along this road trip, you’ll visit five of the best hikes in Georgia for seeing wildflowers. Get ready for the ultimate Peach State natural adventure!

To view a customizable itinerary for this wildflower trail road trip in Georgia, check out Google Maps. You can add or shuffle around stops to your liking.

Have you tackled any of these wildflower hikes in the Peach State yet? Or do you have other hikes you’d like to nominate for “best hikes in Georgia?” Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments section! We live in such a beautiful state and there’s no better way to get out and explore it than to take a hike.

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Address: Shirley Miller Wildflower Trail, 299 Pocket Rd, Chickamauga, GA 30707, USA
Address: East Palisades Trail, E Palisades Trail, Sandy Springs, GA 30339, USA
Address: Sweetwater Creek State Park, 1750 Mt Vernon Rd, Lithia Springs, GA 30122, USA
Address: Angel Falls Trailhead, 5315 Lake Rabun Rd, Lakemont, GA 30552, USA
Address: Preacher's Rock, Cleveland, GA 30528, USA
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