Stone Mountain Park features 15 miles of hiking and walking trails, including the 1 mile trail to the top of the mountain which starts at the Confederate Hall Historical & Environmental Education Center.
For information on the Walk-Up Trail, Click Here.
The Cherokee Trail is a 5 mile historic and National Recreation Trail which explores much of the Natural District around the base of Stone Mountain. It is an easy to moderate trail that traverses wooded areas, lakeshores, and granite slopes of the mountain. Click here for more information on the Cherokee Trail including hikes for Scout groups, Scout badges, the orienteering trail and a detailed topographic map.
Also, the Muscogee Trail offers a moderate, 1.5 mile loop within the park. The trailhead begins in the parking lot located on Jefferson Davis Drive, ¼ mile from the East Gate entrance. The parking lot turn in is just before the first bridge.
At the Nature Garden Trail you can walk among native plants, flowering shrubs, clear mountain streams and towering trees. It is a place to admire the beauty of nature, a place of quiet reflection and to learn about native plants and wildflowers. The Nature Garden located on Robert E. Lee Boulevard connects to the Nature Trail and hosts traditional Southern foliage such as Dogwood, Magnolia, and Sweet Gum Trees. Click here for a trail map.
Please click here for information on the Songbird Habitat and Trails.
Please click here to access the Hiking Trails Map.