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Place to Visit in Newton County- The Walking Trails


Newton County Walking TrailsDo you love exploring walking trails? Newton County has multiple walking and biking trails that are made for you! These trails are in many of the different cities in Newton County. If you’re looking to explore the adventure side of Newton County, then head to the trails.

Two of the four trails are in Covington, Georgia. The first trail is Eastside trail. It is 2.5 miles long and runs from downtown Covington to Eastside High School. The beginning of the trail wanders through Chimney Park and then winds through greenery all the way to Hazelbrand Road. The trail includes four wooden boardwalks and a safety tunnel. These allow for bikers and pedestrians to enjoy the forest wetlands.

The other Covington trail is Turner Lake Park Trail. This trail is accessible from the Eastside trail by using the sidewalks on Floyd Street. Turner Lake Park has three miles of paved and unpaved walking trails. These are situated next to stunning Turner Lake, which will make for beautiful views while visiting.

The next walking trail is in Oxford, Georgia and is aptly named Oxford Trail. This trail is wildlife in Newton County1.2 miles and includes an 8-foot-wide concrete trail. If you’re looking to be immersed in nature this trail is a place to visit in Newton County. The trail runs along wooded, undeveloped roads. You will be able to see many of the native wildlife.

The final trail in Newton County is situated in Porterdale, Georgia. The Yellow River trail follows the scenic Yellow River. The trail is a 1480-foot loop trail with 8-foot-wide concrete paths.

If you’re an adventure seeker, visit our Newton County trails. You never know what adventure you might run into when visiting. Plus if you’re looking to make a day of it, you can visit the Porterdale Yak Club and paddle down the Yellow River.

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