Statesboro, GA Snowmobiling Trails and Maps

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JF Gregory Park Trail

First time run

July, 2024 by romeourbina

First time running the loop. For the most part trail was well shaded and nice scenery. Three miles of a nice walk or bike ride. Will definitely be making this my running trial for training.

Savannah & Ogeechee Canal Trail

Really not a 6 mile trail any more.

June, 2024 by parkersspace

I went to the Museum first to park and hopefully ride my bike but the Museum care taker informed me that the portion to lock 5 and 6 at the museum was not suitable for riding. She also told me I didn't want to ride down Bush Road as it's quite busy with no shoulders but I could drive my car down it and ride from the Tow Path portion past Little Neck Road. I went to L Scott Stell park and parked there, had a look around and did not find any trail access in the park and when I road down to Little neck Road it looked like it was just a drive way across the road but it actually the continuation of Bush Road (the son of the caretaker at the museum told me this. I decided to drive my car over to the dirt road and parked at the Bush Road parking kept up by the Museum and Nature center also. The bridge here and wooden path over the water is in good repair but the bridge stanchions are a little close together and I had to walk my bike through them as they were narrower than my handle bars. I follow the trail along to the Canal Bank Road and across Quacco Road to discover that I could only go about a half mile more for a total of 1.7 miles (3.4 out and back from the Bush Road parking). The canal after Quacco road is mostly just a ditch without water and the the tow path has a lot of construction fencing and debris along it as houses are being built and land developed. It appeared impossible to me to take it to I-16 now as is previously mentioned. I have submitted an update to the description to Trail Link and I'll post photos of what I found. This might be a nice hike, I doubt the portion after Quacco Road will be accessible at all much longer, but it's a pretty short bike ride especially as it doesn't really continue as a canal when you come out of the tow path at Canal Bank Road where there is much construction also with piping lining the sides of the road to have new sewers and such installed like to service new housing going in the area.

S&S Greenway

Easy Ride

September, 2022 by brian.amy

Paved and well marked. Restrooms at each end. Bring your bug spray!


JF Gregory Park Trail

I come here every day

April, 2022 by chwon0103

This park is a great place to take a walk with my two little dogs. I take my dogs for a walk almost every morning.

Savannah & Ogeechee Canal Trail

great time with the husband!

January, 2022 by messyjess05

My husband and I spent the first day of the new year here enjoying being in nature. Beautiful views and we saw a lot of wild birds.

JF Gregory Park Trail

Memorial Day Trail Ride ¿

June, 2021 by gset9afnue

Beautiful trail ride today. Got to hear memorial Tap at The front entrance of the park. Shaded canopy ride around the whole trail.

Savannah & Ogeechee Canal Trail

Beautiful place

April, 2021 by 8gbmxnkwh5

Used to come here as a kid. Still the same great place. It can be a little busy sometimes, but there’s enough space. $5 entry for adults.

New River Linear Trail

nice little walk

April, 2021 by aryannamwalker

Fun little walking trail that we like to take our pup on. We like going to the right towards the river at the end. I just wish it wasn’t so straight however I realize it’s an old railroad track.

New River Linear Trail

Not bad

March, 2021 by 8gbmxnkwh5

The mulched path from the parking lot to the “trail” is definitely the nicest part. Too bad it’s so short. The “trail” is really just a service road for some power lines. The power lines stretch the entire length, which isn’t terrible but it isn’t ideal. You’re essentially walking through people’s back yards for some of the trail and it even runs across the street of a neighborhood. But get into the marsh area towards the end and it’s quite nice. There’s even a little roofed bench out there to sit at for a while if you’d like. You’re not very likely to run across anyone else out there.

Savannah & Ogeechee Canal Trail

The path starts off with numerous tree roots. Big ones you can see but lots more under the leaves. Very bumpy ride. Better for hiking.

February, 2021 by billjones9

The path starts off with numerous tree roots. Big ones you can see but lots more under the leaves. Very bumpy ride. Better for hiking.

New River Linear Trail

nice,quiet and straight

February, 2021 by deedovale

It’s a nice easy walk. You can’t get lost and there is signage explaining the area and sights. There are no restrooms or portopotty - So go To the restroom before you start your walk.

New River Linear Trail

Early morning is Best

October, 2020 by runwithloulou83

I have run it several times. The parking lot is not located where the map shows it. The run from the lot to under the highway can be sketchy, there was a neighborhood under construction and some trash from there is on the trail. Once you get by all that it is nice, we see deer, turtles, and alligators. Going towards the marsh is a nice run early with the sunrise and animals running around. If you do a little history lesson of the area it is really neat how the area was used for rice farming and timber harvesting.

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