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The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area (CRNRA) includes a 48-mile stretch of an iconic waterway that flows through metro Atlanta and a series of park lands in fifteen units with over 66 miles of trails. 

Trails Less Traveled - Looking for quieter, less crowded Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area trails? Learn more 

Biking in the Park -  Cycling is a popular form of recreation in and around the park. All park roads are open to cyclists, but trails are limited to specific areas. Click here for the rules and a map of the Cochran Shoals multi-use trails.  

HikeCRNRA Challenge - Interested in hiking all 66 miles of trails? Participate in CNPC's HikeCRNRA program.  Learn more 

Fishing in the Park - Click here to learn about fishing on the Chattahoochee along with some recommended fishing hot spots.

Online Park Passes – You can buy your daily ($5) or annual ($40) pass or annual senior pass ($20) to the CRNRA online now.  To purchase a pass and to learn more about the different pass options go to https://www.nps.gov/chat/planyourvisit/fees.htm


Before you head out to the park review the trail maps to plan a route perfect for your visit.  Link to map of the locations of all of the park units. 

Bowmans IslandMap

Abbotts BridgeMap

Medlock BridgeMap

Jones BridgeMap

Island Ford: Map 1Map 2

Vickery Creek: Map


Gold BranchMap

Johnson Ferry NorthMap

Johnson Ferry South:  Map

Sope CreekMap

Cochran ShoalsMap 1, Map 2

Powers IslandMap

East PalisadesMap

West PalisadesMap

 For additional information to visit the park units, visit  https://www.nps.gov/chat/planyourvisit/maps.htm

Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are proud to support our Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, a unit of the national park system managed by the National Park Service.



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