Located in Sandy Springs, on the Chattahoochee River, there’s a magical bamboo forest that y’all can easily access by a beloved hiking trail, much-loved by many Atlantans. Explore this mystical natural phenomenon (pictured above) that’ll transport you out of Atlanta, and will make you forget you’re super close to the hustle and bustle of the city.
Located on the East Palisades Trail, you can expect gorgeous views of the Chattahoochee throughout, as well as an adorable dog beach (found on our favorite dog walks round-up), that gorgeous Georgia greenery, as well as the iconic bamboo forest. Don’t forget to take your camera, because there’s some incredible spots to stock up on breathtaking content for your Insta.
You can access the trail from two locations. The first being the The Indian Trail Entrance and 1425 Indian Trail in Sandy Springs. The second entrance is located at 4058 Whitewater Creek Rd NW, Atlanta. There’s more parking available at the Whitewater Creek entrance.
However, this isn’t the only bamboo forest you can find hidden in Atlanta. The first location is in Zoo Atlanta, with the other location is part of a vacation rental tree house and alpaca farm, guaranteeing a staycation to remember. Click the link below for more information on the Alpaca Treehouse, also home to a yoga experience like no other.