Vickery Creek (via South Atlanta Street) - Member Hike

Hike Name: Vickery Creek (via South Atlanta Street)
Country: United States
State: Georgia
Nearby Town: Roswell
Rating: 2 stars
Directions: From GA 400 North: Take exit 6, Northridge Road. Turn Right onto Northridge and go to the Roswell Road intersection. Turn Right; travel 2 miles to the intersection of Roswell Road and Riverside Road. Continue straight, and climb a hill for about 100 yards. Turn Right in to the parking area for the Allenbrook Historic Mill House.
Total Hike Distance: 1.70 miles
Hike Difficulty: Moderate
Permit Required: No
Hike Type: Roundtrip, Loop Hike
Hike Starts/Ends: Allenbrook Historic Mill House
Trails Used: Allenbrook Historic Mill House Trail
Backcountry Campsites: No
Backcountry Water Sources: Rivers
Management: National Park Service
Contact Information: Chattahoochee National Recreation Area
1978 Island Ford Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30350

By Phone:
Island Ford Visitor Contact Station

Park Dispatch
770-952-0370 Emergency Number
678-538-1273 Non-emergency Number
Best Season: Winter, Spring, Fall
Users: Hikers, Dogs
Road Conditions: Primary Paved Roads
Hike Summary: This short hike starts at the parking area for the Allenbrook Historic Mill House off South Atlanta Street in Roswell, GA. The Allenbrook house was built around 1857 and served as the residence and office for the manager of Ivy Woolen Mill. He hoisted a French flag in an effort to save the mills and his home during the Civil War. Union troops destroyed the mills, but left the house.

To start this hike, leave the parking area and descend down past the Allenbrook house. A series of steps take you down to a steep cliff where you can descend along the large rock outcropping or you can hang a right and follow an old road down to a series of steps that drop to Vickery Creek. Either way this trail makes a loop with an extension out to the junction of Riverside Road and South Atlanta Street and the stop light an this intersection. The route along the river is pleasant with views out on to the large stream and steep cliffs and caves over a 0.3 mile stretch.




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