Birding · Fall Colors · River/Creek · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Playground near the trailhead with many access points to Shoal Creek along the trail.
Need to Know
Street parking available on Deerwood Drive (at the trailhead), Candler Pointe Way, or Chevelle Lane. There are trash cans at Chevelle Lane, W. Dearborn Circle, and inside the park.
7-acre DeKalb County neighborhood park on the banks of Shoal Creek. Trailhead is on Deerwood Drive, but there are several access points along the trail. Hikers can stay on the singletrack that follows the Shoal Creek or meander to the paved path to the west of the creek.
Flora & Fauna
Blue heron, barred owls, hawks, coyotes, brown snakes (non-venomous), and many species of amphibians, including snapping turtles and frogs.
Shared By: Ryan Spr