The Chattahoochee Hill Country Regional Greenway Trail includes portions of four counties (Carroll, Coweta, Douglas, and Fulton) and the City of Chattahoochee Hills. A 98-mile trail is planned to interconnect all parts of the CHC. Implementing this plan is a long-term project, with the first trail segment now open in the Boundary Waters Park in Douglas County: 3/4 of a mile of 100% accessible trail, 12-feet wide, concrete construction, that is suitable for walkers, runners, joggers, and cyclists. The trailhead is located behind the Boundary Waters Aquatic Center in the Boundary Waters Park.
The second phase is a proposed 11-mile link between Sweetwater Creek State Conservation Park and the current trail segment in Boundary Waters Park, generally following the Chattahoochee River. Sweetwater Creek State Conservation Park is one of the most visited parks in Georgia with approximately 650,000 people visiting in 2012. Boundary Waters Park contains 9 miles of unimproved trails, 2 soccer fields, 8 baseball fields, a children's playground, stocked pond, and indoor aquatic center.
Please click Chattahoochee Hill Country Regional Greenway Trail Master Plan for the plan in .pdf format.