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Lost Corner Preserve, Sandy Springs

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#6 of 6 in Parks in Sandy Springs
Hiking Trail · Hidden Gem · Park
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  • Peaceful spot in a nice neighborhood. There is about a mile trail that wanders through the woods. It is well maintained and has rock over the dirt so it was ok after a rain. Not muddy. Take the... 
    Peaceful spot in a nice neighborhood. There is about a mile trail that wanders through the woods. It is well maintained and has rock over the dirt so it was ok after a rain. Not muddy. Take the...  more »
  • I must go to this park at least once a week. The park is quiet with only a couple of trails, but if you walk the total loop you should get close to a mile out of it. The way it was done is very... 
    I must go to this park at least once a week. The park is quiet with only a couple of trails, but if you walk the total loop you should get close to a mile out of it. The way it was done is very...  more »
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  • My folks live in Sandy Springs and I come down to visit from Kennesaw every chance I get. My Dad has walked the trails here before and we went for a walk together. It was fantastic.. cool, quiet, peaceful. Just a perfect slice of nature in an otherwise too quickly growing Sandy Springs. Awesome place to go for a quiet walk and just find some peace. It's a very safe location too. There's also a nice clubhouse that rents out space for small events and a shared garden that neighbors can rent plots in to grow shareable veggies, herbs, etc..
  • Lost Corner Preserve is a small park in Sandy Springs, GA. It was the home and surrounding property of the Miles family, but Peggy Miles last owner deeded it to the city only few years ago. It is small beautiful park with few short easy trails looping in the property. There is a small creek that flows through the land. Parking is free and adequate. It is a nice park to walk in if you were in area but not worth driving to from distance.

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