|Hike Name:||Dunwoody Nature Center - Woodland Loop Trail|
|Directions:||From Atlanta: Take 400 North to Exit 6 (Northridge Road). Stay on the far left lane on the exit ramp. Go straight at stop sign onto Roberts Drive. Travel two miles — Dunwoody Nature Center is on the left at 5343 Roberts Drive. We can be reached at 770-394-3322.
Dunwoody Nature Center has a white sign at Roberts Drive. Just come down the driveway and park.
If the main parking lot at DNC is full, you may find parking at the Dunwoody Park ball field. A sign at Roberts Drive that says Dunwoody Park will get you to the ball field parking lot. There is a trail at the end of the parking lot (going to the left) which leads to the Nature Center.
|Total Hike Distance:||1.50 miles|
|Hike Difficulty:||Easy to Moderate|
|Hike Type:||Roundtrip, Loop Hike|
|Trails Used:||Woodland Loop, Boardwalk, North Trails|
|Backcountry Water Sources:||Streams|
|Contact Information:||Dunwoody Nature Center
5343 Roberts Drive
Dunwoody GA 30338
|Best Season:||Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall|
|Road Conditions:||Primary Paved Roads, Secondary Paved Roads|
|Hike Summary:||The Dunwoody Nature Center has a small trail system with both one-way and loop trails that traverse a wooded area over small streams and wooden bridges. During our hike, the leaves were exposing many of the surrounding housing developments, but the trails are well maintained and easy to follow. We ended up hiking the entire trail network including a small boardwalk on the east side of the park. It only took us an hour which makes this a great destination for a family or anyone that wants an relaxing stroll in the woods. There are a number of playgrounds and picnic areas on the route and lots of opportunities to take a break.|