Trails - Elijah Clark State Park

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There are 2 trails available at Elijah Clark State Park.

Hannah Clark Trail

This trail, which begins at a trail head near the park office and ends near the archery range, is a classic out and back style trail. Along the trail visitors may encounter white tail deer, foxes, turkey and a multitude of other plant and wildlife. One of the main features of the trail are the bridges that cross the small creeks fed from the Dooly Spring, which occupies private property adjacent to the park.

Warning: This trail is near the park’s property boundary. Leaving the marked/blazed trail may result in trespassing on private property.

  • Length: 0.75 miles
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Surface: Natural
  • Uses: Hiking - Accessibility: Limited

3-Mile Trail

This trail takes visitors through dense mixed pine and hardwood forest, while at the same time offering breathtaking views of Clarks Hill Lake from the several overlook/rest areas located on the trail.

  • Length: 3.0 miles
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Surface: Natural
  • Uses: Hiking and Biking
  • Accessibility: Limited

Other Information

For any questions, visit the Visitor Center or call us at 706.359.3458.