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On the eastern end of the trail, parking is available at Lilburn City Park (76 Main Street).
I just started walking this with my bf and my dog Before you know it, we went 3 miles! I will walk it again very soon. Cant wait until spring when it blooms!
We had a fun time on the paved road with the baby in the stroller. Awesome restaurants in the area and public bathrooms!
I bike this trail quite a bit. It is generally well maintained but can be a muddy mess after rain. Many portions of the pavement are below the surrounding grade and get mud flows that cover the path in spots.
It can be a bit difficult to bike during high pedestrian traffic times, so if you want to bike, pick your time to ride. A tough hill on one of the Killian Hill forks and on the other end at Lions Club Park, but the rest is river grade.
Nice place to grab a beer or taco at the "bus" in the park in the middle of the trail, too.
The scenery and the set up is great for bike riding and nice walks with the wife. However, we haven't seen any deers or wild animals yet.
Google Maps directed me to this greenway when I was running (riding) an errand. I was using my rigid mountain bike with semi-slick tires (urban assault vehicle), which was perfect for this trail. It was 2 miles of peace and quiet on a 10 mile ride. Getting back on the road was a jolt. More please!
This trail is close, well maintained, and beautiful. Also, it's close to 1910 PubHouse
Paved, well maintained trail anchored by Lilburn City Park. The trail now connects with Lions Club Park in the west, and you can see where they have plans to extend it farther west. There are a couple of connections to quiet neighborhoods along the way.
It is a popular trail on the weekends.
Great for a quick there and back, local ride. Yes, it has a couple of wet spots to look out for, weather happens. Overall, very clean and the decking on raised parts is maintained.
Short trail of concrete and raised soon decking, following the Creek from City of Lilburn park to Lion Club Park. Torrential rains of 2015 caused some flooding (muddy) trails. On going improvements to trail and drainage will solve most issues. Bike rentals and snacks for sale at Lilburn. Both parks well maintained and popular with families.
Bring a big stick to protect yourself from loose dogs and also the coyote pack. Someone was bitten by a loose dog on the Greenway Trail a while ago. And coyotes live along the trail also.
Hopped on the trail to cut across to Rockbridge Rd from Killian Hill Rd. Trail had lots of wet/mud spots from rain the night before. Also large sections of wooden boardwalk that twist and turn made for a slow, slippery, rough sections. This is an adequate section of trail for a beginner or a slow paced cruise with your children, but not an effective alternative to riding on the road.
The trail was overall nice. The path was clean and shaded well with the foliage. Had some descent scenery but I would argue it's much more of a bike trail than a trail for runners. All trails end at a major roadway without a loop trail.
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