192 McIntosh Trail, Peachtree City GA 30269 • 770-486-7774

Line Creek Nature Area

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Leave No Trace

Each of us can do our part in keeping nature areas clean. We want you to enjoy your visit: bring a picnic, munch on snacks, and rehydrate during your hike. But, please make sure you leave no trace of your visit. Take advantage of the trash cans provided at each nature area.



Some visitors have even hauled out more than their share of trash. Now that's stewardship!

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Line Creek Nature Area is a 70-acre public preserve along Line Creek off Highway 54 on the Fayette/Coweta County line. This popular Nature Area offers a mix of habitats – an upland hardwood forest, granite outcroppings, and a rushing stream bordered by native azaleas. Visitors will enjoy a fishing dock on a small pond, a gazebo and several miles of nature trails. Local Boy Scouts and members of the Peachtree City Rotary Club have helped furnish the park with picnic tables, small bridges, a rock amphitheater and a kiosk. Funding for these various projects was provided by Husky and Home Depot. More recently Brent Scarbrough & Co, Concrete Supply Company and Hanson Aggregates have worked with the Trust to upgrade the parking lot and drive.

Check out the story behind the “Mule Rock” carving.

Visitor Information

  • Hours for the Nature Area are dawn to dusk
  • NO MOUNTAIN BIKES ALLOWED! The trails are for hikers only.
  • Please stay on marked trails – don’t create your own! Let’s keep Line Creek as natural as possible.
  • Dogs must be leashed and litter removed from trails
  • The rock outcroppings on the Creek Trail can be slippery – please use caution
  • The gazebo, fishing dock and Rock Circle may be used for gatherings at no cost, on a first come, first served basis
  • Primitive camping is available for organized Scout and church groups ONLY. For more information, contact Southern Conservation Trust.
  • Directions / Google Map
  • Line Creek Trail Map 
  • Brochure 

Please, no trespassing across Line Creek; the Coweta side of the creek is private property.

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