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Weekday Volunteers Needed All Year 'Round!

If you're available weekdays for any sort of volunteer work, such as maintaining trails, helping park staff with construction or beautification projects, whatever, please contact the park directly at 770-254-7271 to find out what you can get done.


Volunteer Days - Hiking and Biking Trails

Meet at the Visitor's Center 15 minutes prior to start time.
See the calendar at right for full schedule.
Click Here for Hiking Trail Project Information.

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Any Day You're Available: Take a Rake for a Hike!

Our 13 miles of hiking trail and 3 miles of bike trail are covered by falling leaves.

Go to our Trail Status Page, select a section of trail and go clear it according the to Adopt-A-Trail Program (no commitment necessary).

Bring grass or leaf rakes. Blowers work very well, but the dust is insane.


SCOUTING PROJECTS

The mandatory first step for all Scouting projects is to contact John Sims, Scoutmaster, Troop 57 (Newnan) and Coweta District Member at jcsims@peoplepc.com for additional information and directions.

Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Venture Scouts are encouraged to consider projects in the Park for Service Projects, Conservation Projects, and Eagle Scout Projects, etc. There are many opportunities including small and large bridges, numerous benches and tables, and spur trails, just to name a few. All projects will be considered so request one of the projects above or we encourage you to design your own project and submit it for review.


 

> See the Whole Calendar


Volunteer Gear + Trail Tools

  • Boots and work gloves
  • Water
  • High-energy good-carb snacks
  • Insect repellant
     
  • rakes: leaf, garden, or landscaping (leaf pref.)
  • gas- or battery-powered blowers
  • machetes
  • sling blades
  • loppers and pruning shears
  • hand saws: bow, pruning, etc.
  • gas- or battery-powered string trimmers
  • axes and hatchets
  • shovels, picks, adze hoes
  • post-hole diggers
  • wheelbarrows

Park Map - as of 11/20/2016

MAP INCLUDES DIRECTIONS.
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Updated 22 November, 2016   

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425 Bobwhite Way
Newnan, GA 30263

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