Fishing Creek Community Trail


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Fishing Creek Community Trail Facts

States: Georgia
Counties: Baldwin
Length: 1.3 miles
Trail end points: Oconee River Greenway and 400 W Franklin St (Milledgeville)
Trail surfaces: Gravel, Woodchips
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 13081848


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Fishing Creek Community Trail Description

The Fishing Creek Community Trail is a 1.3 mile public pathway from Flagg Chapel Baptist Church to the Oconee River Greenway. The trail is built with crushed gravel and woodchips. It runs from the west side of Memory Hill Cemetery southward to Fishing Creek, and then follows the north side of the creek beneath four city streets onto the Georgia Military College campus near the recreational ballfields. The trail follows the footprint of an abandoned rail line that was used to move clay and bricks in and out of the McMillan Brickworks in the 19th century.

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Access the trail at Flagg Chapel Baptist Church (400 W Franklin St) or at the Oconee River Greenway (420 E Greene St).


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