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Crooked Creek Trail

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The proposed action is to construct 3,060 linear feet of hiking trail in the Holcomb Bridge Unit of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. The trail would connect to a one-mile access trail to be constructed by the City of Sandy Springs on a proposed adjacent city park to be known as Crooked Creek Park.

The Holcomb Bridge Unit comprises approximately 33-acres of undisturbed forestland bordered by the Chattahoochee River to the north and Crooked Creek to the west. Currently there is no official access to National Park Service-owned land in this unit. This project entails construction of a loop trail of approximately 3,060 linear feet in the Holcomb Bridge Unit, mostly on an existing social trail. The proposed new city park would provide access to the unit via a 1-mile natural surface walking trail. The new city park would be constructed near the intersection of Spalding Drive and River Exchange Drive.

Contact Information
Erich Melville

678-538-1209