When You Take Sope Creek Trail, It’ll Lead You To Extraordinary Ancient Ruins In Georgia

Not every hiking trail in Georgia is going to be the same. While some might have coastal views, and others have forested walkways, others will have little pieces of history peppered in. Take Sope Creek Loop Trail, in Georgia for instance. This one-of-a-kind trail near Marietta not only features a river, creek, and pond along the way but also will take you to old ruins from an 1850s paper mill. Check it out…

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Have you ever hiked the Sope Creek Loop Trail in Georgia before? We’d love to hear about your experience in the comments section! Or if you want to learn more about the trail before your trek, take a look at the AllTrails website.

Address: Sope Creek Trail, Marietta, GA 30067, USA