Arabia Mountain Trail

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The Arabia Mountain Trail winds its way through giant rock outcroppings, past rushing streams plunging in woodland waterfalls and among farmland and fields of wildflowers undulating in the breeze. In addition, Klondike Park and the Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve provide beautiful vistas and quiet splendors.

There are several side trails, which are all part of the main trail complex and which link the town of Lithonia as well as Evans Mill Road and Panola Mountain State Park. At its southern end, the trail connects to both the South River Trail and the Rockdale River Trail.

Parking and Trail Access

Lithonia is just north of I-20 and US 278. Parking is available in town (the north end of the trail) as well as at the following: Stonecrest Square/Mall Ring Road; Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve off Klondike Road (north and south parking areas); along Evans Mill Road between Rockland Road and Salem Road; along Brown's Mill Road (Rt 212) southeast of Evans Mill Road; and at Alexanders Lake on Flat Bridge Road SW.


Arabia Mountain Trail Review

   September, 2016 by rajesh.puvvala

This trail has many sub trails but i tried to stick on to Arabia Mountain trail. It is around 10 to 12 miles If you want to have a good workout, this is one of the best trail for it. It has lot of up hill/down hill which makes a perfect spot for weekend more


   May, 2016 by jake326

I rode this yesterday 5.21.2016. I saw a big rat snake too (about 5-6ft) getting some sun right in the middle of the trail. So, be careful not to run over these guys. I connected to the Rockdale River trail for 3 miles, which definitely added some extra more


   May, 2016 by grayband170

Well worth it beautiful waterfalls it was my first time there, saw a black rat snake oh about 4ft long along the way We snap some pics together then let it go on its way. Love the trail going back this weekend. read more