Grovetown Trails at Euchee Creek

Euchee Creek Greenway Trail | Georgia Trails | TrailLink

This loop trail measures 2.7 km long and is located near Grovetown, Georgia. It is generally considered an easy route and takes on average 34 minutes to complete. It is popular for trail running, birding, and walking. However, you can still enjoy solitude at quieter times. March through October are the best months to visit this trail. You can allow dogs to visit the trail, but they must be kept on a leash.

PARTIAL CLOSURE

Although a portion of the trail down the boardwalk is currently closed, but you still can have fun on a part of it. This paved, shaded trail circles round the Old Granite Quarry Lake.

Accessibility

A paved parking area is located at the trail’s beginning, just off Harlem Grovetown Road. It has designated parking spaces for the disabled and three access aisles with striped stripes. The trail is generally paved/boardwalk and at least five feet in width. Most of the grade is gentle, with the exception of a quarter-mile section that can reach 8%. Some users have warned that the trail can be narrow at times.

Trail description for Euchee Creek Greenway

The Euchee Creek Greenway, a pedestrian and bike project in Columbia County Georgia, is currently under construction. The trail is currently open in two sections. The southern section includes approximately two miles in Grovetown. The wide, concrete path runs through the lush woods surrounding Euchee Creek between Wrightsboro Road (or Harlem Grovetown Road). You will find benches and picnic tables at various points along the trail.

To the north is a separate section that extends over five miles starting at the Canterbury Farms subdivision and ending at Patriots Park. Some users might find the Columbia Road section of the trail challenging.

Future plans include the extension of the trail further north, east and to connect Savannah Rapids Park through the current Evans-to-Locks Multi-Use Trail.

Access to the Trails and Parking

Parking is available at both ends of the Grovetown segment: The north trailhead can be found along Wrightsboro Road, while the south trailhead can be found at Harlem Grovetown Road.

Parking is available in Patriots Park, 5445 Columbia Road.

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