HYDE FARM TRAIL

CALL TO ACTION

National Park Service Trail Plan is open for public comment.  Learn how to comment in support of the Chattahoochee Riverlands preferred route and multi-use trails to connect our region!

HYDE FARM TRAIL

Imagine riding from the Riverwalk to Cochran Shoals, the Mountain Biking trails at Sope Creek or all the way to the Silver Comet Trail from Roswell. The Hyde Farm Multi-use trail remains one of the most significant potential multi-use regional connections in the area and a critical piece of the 125 mile proposed Chattahoochee Riverlands Trail.

Unfortunately, this and other key trail connections, like the Morgan Falls Bridge, are threatened and currently not included in draft plans by National Park Service.

Hyde Farm Trail Project Map

Let Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area know this multi-use trail and all PREFERRED Chattahoochee Riverlands trail routes should be a priority in their 20 year trails plan. Currently the National Park plans propose leaving out this connection so we need public feedback to let the National Park know this trail connection is a priority! Click the button above to comment on NPS plans and provide your support for people on bikes and a regionally connected trails system.

Hyde Farm Trail Rendering
Hyde Farm Trail Rendering
Rendering of proposed bridge
Rendering of proposed bridge

The bridge and Hyde Farm trails are key components of the proposed Chattahoochee Riverlands trails preferred route and would create game changing connectivity for Cobb, Sandy Springs and Roswell residents.

Unfortunately, the Hyde Farm and Morgan Falls bridge plans have been omitted from the current Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area trails plan.  Thankfully, this plan is under public review and open for public comment until April 15th.

CALL TO ACTION

National Park Service Trail Plan is open for public comment.  Learn how to comment in support of the Chattahoochee Riverlands preferred route and multi-use trails to connect our region!