Greenprints Trail System

Woodstock Parks and Recreation

105 East Main St, Ste 142 Woodstock, GA 30188

Trail Status

Woodstock's Greenprints Trail System promotes wellness and connects community through outdoor activities and living. In 2007, Woodstock's Mayor and City Council initiated a park and trail master plan that is still guiding the development of Woodstock's outdoor spaces today. The Greenprints Project master plan, adopted as part of the Comprehensive Town Plan 2030 by Woodstock's Mayor and Council in June of 2008, calls for sixty-plus miles of trail and open space network throughout the City of Woodstock. The plan was awarded Outstanding Greenspace Plan by the Georgia Urban Forest Council in 2008. 

Explore Woodstock's Parks and Trails

Noonday Creek Trail
Noonday Creek Trail connects Downtown Woodstock to Highway 92 and has a beautiful bridge that spans Noonday Creek to connect to Woofstock Dog Park. The trail is accessed in downtown Woodstock at Market Street or from the dog park. In December 2023, city officials joined with officials from Cherokee and Cobb County to break ground on a southern extension of the Noonday Creek Trail. 

Spotlight: Noonday Creek Trail

Rubes Creek Trail
Rubes Creek Trail is a 0.70 mile concrete multi-use trail that extends from Arnold Mill Road near Fire Station 14 south towards Springfield Road along Rubes Creek. This segment will eventually be part of the Downtown Loop. This project was funded through a GDOT Transportation Enhancement Grant. 

Spotlight: Rubes Creek Trail

Towne Lake Pass

Towne Lake Pass connects Towne Lake to the Woofstock Dog Park traveling along Towne Lake Hills South from Towne Lake Parkway towards Woodstock High School. The trail turns into the woods near the school complex and follows the Noonday Creek corridor under I-575 and to Woofstock Dog Park. The trail is 1.94 miles long. The funding for this project was through the Cherokee County Parks Bond.

Spotlight: Towne Lake Pass Trail

Trestle Rock Trail

The Trestle Rock Trail was the first segment opened and runs along aside the Little River in Olde Rope Mill Park in Woodstock. It is approximately 0.4 miles long and is essentially flat. Great views of the river and the ruins of the rope mill water diversion chute highlight the trip down this concrete multi-use trail.

Wellstar Community Health Trail at Woodstock Elementary School 

This trail provides a quarter mile asphalt walking surface in the grove of trees in the front of the campus. The trail is open to the community outside of school hours.

Dupree Park Family Mountain Bike Trails 

Beginner friendly with a wide, smooth trail tread, the trails are meant to be fun at slower speeds and there’s a short bike skills trail which provides technical features designed to teach balance control and bike handling. These are excellent trails for kids and for novice off-road riders as well as those getting back on the bike after a long hiatus. 

Dupree Park Map

Taylor Randahl Memorial Mountain Bike Trails

Located at Olde Rope Mill Park, there are 3 trails totaling 14 miles. From advanced XC to smooth flow lines, the single track trails here offer something for everyone. While they are built for mountain biking, hikers and runners are welcome to enjoy the natural beauty here too.

Explore the Mountain Bike Trails

Woodstock's mountain bike trails are built and maintained in partnership with the Woodstock Chapter of the Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association. To learn more about SORBA Woodstock or volunteer, go to