According to a sign in Lullwater Preserve, "The place called Lullwater passed through four stages in its history: Piedmont forest; hunting grounds for the Cherokee and Creek nations; site of farms, mills, and residences for European American settlers; and finally as a resource for Emory University, which has used it alternately to house the president, to sell for profit, to build on, and to preserve for recreation and education."
Today, the park has a neat pedestrian suspension bridge over the south fork of Peachtree Creek.
Address: 1463 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA 30322
Approximate miles of trails: 4
Hours: Dawn to dusk
Miles from downtown Atlanta: 6
Trail surface: Some paved, some natural
Parking is available at the Hahn Woods trailhead at 866 Houston Mill Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30329.
Updated January 12, 2017 and April 9, 2017