Things To Do

The Chattahoochee River is a great place to float or fish on sunny afternoon. Or go for a spin on the muti-use trails in the Cochran Shoals unit. The 48 miles of river and 15 land units that make up the park can keep you busy for a whole day or just a few hours for a quick getaway from the fast pace of the city life.

Click on the link or the photos below to learn more about the various activities in the park.

 
 
  • A photograph of a flotilla of rafts, kayak, and canoe on the river.

    Floating the Chattahoochee

    Paddle, row, or leisurely float, they're all great ways to enjoy the Chattahoochee River on a hot summer day.

  • Photograph of a cyclist giving a thumbs-up while riding on of the trails in the park.

    Chattahoochee Cycling

    Cycling in the Cochran Shoals unit can be a relaxing thing to do on the fitness loop or on the hilly trails to the Sope Creek entrance.

  • Photograph of trout fisherman making a cast while wading the river.

    Trout Fishing Down South

    Drive no further than the Chattahoochee River to wet a line for Rainbow, Brown, or maybe even a Brook Trout. Good Luck!

Last updated: February 3, 2021

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1978 Island Ford Parkway
Sandy Springs , GA 30350

Phone:

678-538-1200
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