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Welcome to Macon Outdoors! We are a group of fun, friendly & active members that love outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, caving, rapelling, camping & paddling throughout beautiful Middle Georgia.

Upcoming events (4+)

Indian Seats at Sawnee Mtn hike

Bettes Gap,

Meet at parking lot on Bettes Gap. Please arrive at 9:45 and bring a lunch for the hike at 10. 3.2 mile loop to the Indian Seats. Followed by optional 5 mile loop around Sawnee Mountain. Text Marty if lost[masked]

Stewardship Saturday at Amerson River Park, Macon, GA

Amerson River Park

Let's do a cleanup of our own this weekend at Amerson River Park in Macon. Meet at the parking area by the playground and bathrooms at 9 am. We will walk the trails and pick up trash as we go. Hopefully rain will hold off till we're done.

Wear clothes and shoes you don't mind getting dirty/muddy.

Bring:

gloves

trash bags

Hike - Sprewell Bluff Park 7+ Miles

Sprewell Bluff Park

Sprewell Bluff Hiking trails. This was previously a State Park but is now designated as a County park. There are 8.2 miles of trails at this park. Plan on this hike being 6-8 miles. Park Info: Undammed for nearly two hundred miles until Lake Blackshear near Cordele, the Flint River is one of central and south Georgia's most beautiful large rivers, flowing through several swamps from its headwaters in metro Atlanta. One of the highlights of the river is Sprewell Bluff, a 150-foot bluff towering above the Flint near Thomaston. Other hills and bluffs form a surprisingly narrow and deep gorge on the Flint River in the next few miles upstream.

Hike - Arabia Mountain Nature Trail

Davidson-Arabia Nature Preserve

Meet at Davidson-Arabia Mountain Visitors Center.
Scenic highlights for this section include rolling hills, woodlands, secluded lakes, and a very cool section that’s basically all granite. For more about this trail, go to http://arabiaalliance.org/trails/davidson-arabia-nature-preserve-walking-trails About the "Mountain": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabia_Mountain About The Trail: This is one of my favorite hikes in the Atlanta area. This section is part of a 20+ mile hiking and biking system that runs from Stone Crest Mall all the way to a 70-year old monastery!
Notes: Distance = Six to eight miles
Time: Budget 3 hours
Skill Rating = Very easy
Pace = Approx 3 to 3.5 mph
Special Equipment = None needed Other Stuff = Dogs are welcome. And as always, please make sure to bring some food, water, and snacks.

Past events (361)

Georgia National Fair

Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agriculture Center

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