This site consists of a multi-use path (former road) that’s about a mile long, plus an unpaved trail around a retention pond. The fields on either side of the paved trail are open but with no formal paths through them. This is an excellent site for birding.
While the park borders the Chattahoochee River, there is barely any river view from the park.
There are plans to create a 195-acre city park – to be called Cauley Creek Park – to be located on this site.
Please note the potential confusion with Rogers Bridge Park in Duluth, across the river from this trail. The bridge is no longer operational, so the sites are quite far apart by road.
Also known as: Cauley Creek Park
Address: Intersection of Rogers Bridge Rd and Bell Rd, Johns Creek, GA
Cost of admission: None
Governance: City of Johns Creek
Approximate miles of trails: 1.3
Miles from downtown Atlanta: 25
Transit directions: This location is not accessible by transit
Parking: There is a small parking lot at the trailhead
Trail surface: Part paved, part natural
For more photos, see my flickr album.