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I had never been to this place, but I went for a family reunion. It sort of looked as if it were unkept. The grass was about ankle high. The water looked black in places. I wouldn't dare get in it. The pavilion is very...More
We've been to the park several times and found it clean and very welcoming. There are plenty of spots for picnics, relaxing - swings, benches, etc. Larger bathrooms. Fields were open for baseball and soccer play, very close to the picnic areas. Playground is great.
I visit my mother in assisted living in Dahlonega once a month and found this wonderful park. It is a fantastic place for my early morning walks, with trails in the woods and around the athletic fields. It is beautifully maintained and I feel safe...More
Hi~I think you must be asking about the Lake Zwerner (the reservoir) trail because there is no lake in Yahoola Creek Park. I have walked the Lake Zwerner trail twice, but each time just went from the parking lot off Hwy 19... More
Hi~I think you must be asking about the Lake Zwerner (the reservoir) trail because there is no lake in Yahoola Creek Park. I have walked the Lake Zwerner trail twice, but each time just went from the parking lot off Hwy 19 to the where the trail hits Hwy. 52, then turned around and went back to the parking lot. I don't want to walk along the busy roads. The out-and-back was perfectly nice, though, and a good workout with some slight ascents and descents. As to the actual mileage, I'm not sure; I'm guessing that the whole trail, including the portion on the roads, is about 4 miles. It took me a bit less than two hours to walk the out-and-back route; I think that is about 6 miles round trip. I'm pretty sure there are some reviews here about the Lake Werner trail; check those out for better info! I actually much prefer walking in Yahoola Creek Park; there is more variety and I feel safe walking alone there, but not on the Lake Werner Trail.