LOCATION: 3855 Fence Road Auburn, GA or 3900 Hog Mountain Road, Auburn, GA LENGTH: 6 miles 5 mi equestrian trail TYPE:Multiple loops RANKING: Easy to Moderate ACCESS: Dawn to Dusk USAGE: Low to moderate FEES:None MAPS: At Kiosk SURFACE: Asphalt, packed gravel and compact soil FEATURES: Playground, pond, picnicking,fishing and restrooms COMMENTS: Family park. The observation deck at West Meadow is one of the tallest hills in Gwinnett County PET FRIENDLY: Yes
NOTE: No bikes are allowed on the off-road hiking trails or equestrian trail.
Little Mulberry Park is one of my favorite parks to bike, hike and picnic. There are hiking trails, paved multi-use trails for biking or hiking and a beautiful trail for horse back riding. Be aware no bikes are allowed on the off-road hiking trails or equestrian trail and the horses have the right of way.
The pavilions, playground and lake are located at the Fence Road Entrance. The Hog Mountain Road Entrance is at the fishing lake and the Mineral Springs Road entrance is for equestrian trailer parking.
If you take the Ravine Loop Trail down into the ravine, you'll notice mounds of stone piles believed to be of Native American origin. No one knows what they really are and they are protected within the park.
Walk across West Meadow to the highest point in Gwinnett County.
There are two one-mile multi-purpose trails, and a handicap-accessible trail around the small pond. These are great for bicycling or skating.
The pavilion must be reserved and the other picnic areas are first come. We always enjoy this park and Gwinnett County did a great job.
DIRECTIONS FROM ATLANTA TO THE FENCE ROAD ENTRANCE: Take I 85N to Exit 120 (Hamilton Mill Road) and turn right. Turn right on Braselton Hwy and travel 1.8 miles. Turn lef onto Auburn Road (GA 124 East). Travel 3.4 miles. Turn left onto Fence Road and travel 0.6 miles. See Little Mulberry Park on the left.