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Little Mulberry Park, Dacula

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4.8/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web
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  • Love walking in this park! It has great trails, a lake, several picnic areas, and so much more. Great playground facilities. Very clean and well maintained. 
  • From easy to difficult trails to walk, there is something for everyone at this park. With 2 sides connected by trails, there is plenty of paved trails to enjoy. There is also trails for bikes and hors...  read more »
  • Very nice for my daughter to ride her bike, play, and just sit to watch the sun go down on the water. 
  • This is easily one of the best parks in the state, with fishing and walking and multiple playgrounds and a disc golf it's crazy all the things you could do here with your family. There aren't any other "team" sports going on here at all and the there's not a ton of pavilions for get togethers but for walking, riding or playing you really can't beat it.
  • Love this park. I visit at least once or twice a week because it is so beautiful. If you are a fisherman, I would suggest to staying on the Hog Mountain Rd. side of the park, just because it's the best place to fish and the only place you can fish. When you go fishing here, make sure to stay close to the drain at the bottom of the large hill. It is the deepest spot to fish in on the lake. The rest is very shallow and if you don't have a lot of line, you won't catch more than rotten leaves. Walk all the way to the tree line at the bottom of the hill and sit in the dirt patch. Best place to get nibbles. I had a fish the size of my thight steal the jelly jig right off if my line. Also, the snag rate here is kind of high, so I would us a float. If not, the bottom of the lake will be pulled up with your hooks Everytime and you'll need to clean it before casting again. Overall, though, it is fun experience and the park is gorgeous! Definitely would recommend it.
  • I usually park at the 3800 Hog Mountain Road lot. There is a great playground for kids and a big Pavillion nearby for adults to take a break in the shade. I have walked the beautiful trail around the lake many times with my grandson in the stroller. We always take our visitors from out of town here. They love it. We are planning on having kids birthday parties here in the future.
  • Beautiful park with an extensive network of paved and unpaid trails winding around a lake and pond. Getting walking up the mountain if you want a challenge. There are off road paths for mountain biking. Great place to run, bike, see nature (I see deer almost every time I visit) or bring the kids to play on one of the playgrounds.
  • Beautiful and well maintained! Plenty of options to enjoy your time. Walking and biking trails, disc golf, a play ground, fishing and equestrian trails. Great place to go!
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