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.


Was disappointed after all the good reviews.

   March, 2016 by angelique.napoli

I guess for an urban trail, it's pretty good. It lacks scenery but I was looking forward to the 12 miles. I'm having a tough time finding long traps nearby. I really thought the hills would be more challenging. I parked at the city hall in Lithonia and more

Worth a trip back.

   March, 2015 by josh.shoemaker.77

I casually rode this trail with my wife. I really like to tral it has a lot of mix of everything. Not very many people to cause congestion. I was roughly 2 hours away and will def come back. read more

My new favorite trail

   December, 2013 by itakeyocash

I almost selfishly don't want to rave about this trail, as it seems a hidden secret. It isn't crowded, it is pretty, and it is a nicer workout (biking) than the comet which now seems boring and flat. This keeps you occupied with a lot of little ups more