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Lucille Creek Trail, GA

Overview

The Lucille Creek Trail is a scenic 10-foot wide,  1.20 mile long concrete trail that crosses the Silver Comet Depot Trail almost perpendicularly at about the 10.0 mile marker [of the Silver Comet Trail] just east of the steel bridge over highway U.S. 278.   It crosses some very scenic wetlands in both north and south directions.

This Trail was developed by the City of Powder Springs.

If you go north on the Lucille Creek Trail,  you will arrive at the west end of the town of Powder Springs.  There are sidewalks to downtown Powder Springs, about 1/2 mile, and you will find the Post Office, Restaurants and Historic Buildings.

If you travel south on the Lucile Creek Trail from the Silver Comet Trail, you will go through wetlands and forests to Shipp Road, where there is a small parking lot.

The Lucille Creek Trail is a great place for calm walk or to watch the birds.  It is very worthwhile to explore it as a side trip from the Silver Comet Trail.
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