Located in Georgia's beautiful Chtahoochee-Oconee National Forest, Mill Creek is a short out-and-back trail that ends at the Tray Mountain Wilderness Area. This trail is in the heart of Georgia’s 19,000-acre Swallow Creek Wildlife Management Area offering endless hunting, hiking, primitive camping, and wildlife viewing. The forest boasts a rich array of towering hardwood trees, including oak, hickory, and maple, as well as white pine and hemlock evergreens. The fall color here displays nature’s beauty at its best. While campsites along other trails in the vicinity tend to be crowded, this trail offers a few hidden gems. Mill Creek begins as a paved road through a rural neighborhood, but the real beauty is where the blacktop ends and your adventure begins.
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