Cumberland's

Bob Callan Trail

About the Bob Callan Trail

The Bob Callan Trail is a pristine connection for the Cumberland community to national parkland at the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area (CRNRA). 

Starting at the Bob Callan Trailhead located at Interstate North Parkway and Cumberland Boulevard, pedestrians and cyclists will find six boardwalk sections, a steel truss bridge spanning a creek tributary, a viewing overlook and resting areas with benches at trail access points. The trail itself is paved with a sturdy porous concrete designed to allow rainfall to filter through to the ground.

Trail Info

4 Mile Trail

(round trip)

Bike Friendly

Parking Available

Parking is available at both ends of this trail. While the parking area on Interstate North Parkway is free, there are only 10 spots. The parking lot at the Paces Mill entrance to the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is much larger, but there is the standard $5 fee for these parks.

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