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Cascade Springs Nature Preserve

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John
John
August 26, 2020
One of our favorite nature outings. Super cool spot with a waterfall and tons of trails, in an area where you would never expect it.
Kali
Kali
June 29, 2020
Great place for hiking and exploring! The waterfall is amazing.
Julie
Julie
February 21, 2020
A beautiful and peaceful place to hike. Lots of history, waterfalls and hiking trails. Very cool place.
Sistah
Sistah
February 10, 2020
Enjoy Georgia natural habitat. There's even waterfalls!
Anja & Ingo
Anja & Ingo
February 5, 2020
Cascade Springs Nature Preserve to a beautiful waterfall, a moss-covered historic springhouse, and mounded earthworks from the Civil War battle of Utoy Creek.

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Almenningsgarður
“Don’t be fooled by the length of this trail. What it lacks in distance it makes up for in elevation changes and scenic surroundings. The paved boardwalk connects two parks in Decatur -- Mason Mills Park and Medlock Park -- as it meanders through tall trees and over creeks. Future expansions may connect this PATH trail to the Emory University campus.”
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Kirkjugarður
“Mentioned in Atlas Obscura. An off-the-beaten path place to visit about 5 mins from me. ”
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Route
“This trail is the location of a bunch of "found" art -- created using only what was already on the site. Nothing can be brought in. A fascinating place.”
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Museum
“Cultural center and the former home of Joel Chandler Harris, editor of the Atlanta Constitution and author of The Uncle Remus Tales.”
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Hverfi
“Utoy Creek runs through it, the lake, boardwalk, swimming pool, splash pad, 18 hole golf course, tennis courts, baseball fields and recreation center.”
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Staðsetning
2852 Cascade Road Southwest
Atlanta, GA 30311
Sími+1 404-546-6744
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