Excellent. Makes it easy to roll out and get in some easy miles. If it's like the one in Atlanta many sections of it are crowded with dog walkers who are oblivious to their surroundings. Hopefully out of 17 miles there are parts remote enough that mostly only cyclists use.
I live in the middle of a water management district where the land is leased to the county for parks. There are 30 miles of interconnected dirt paths that are part of 6 parks accessed by the road I live off of. If I did off road cycling, I could throw my bike over my back fence and be in one of the parks. The MUP where I do my daily rides is part of this system and is 4 miles from the house. The park is in the Trail and Ride Reports. It's called Flatwoods Park.
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