Social Circle Bike Routes

Social Circle Trail Head

The Social Circle Trail head is located at the Blue Willow Village parking lot.  It provides several restaurants for amenities.  Directions

Social Circle Town Ride

A 4.5 mile tour of Social Circle past many beautiful and historic homes and buildings.

Social Circle-Monroe Ride

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A 33 mile route through scenic countryside to Monroe. The route takes you down North Broad Street with restaurants, an ice cream shop, a bakery, historic courthouse, an art museum and drugstores.

Social Circle-Madison-Rutledge Ride

This 47 mile route passes through the towns of Madison and Rutledge. Madison was spared by General Sherman on his march through Georgia and consequently is full of beautiful and historic homes and buildings. Both towns are home to restaurants and shops. The terrain is gently rolling and makes for a relaxing, scenic ride.

Social Circle 51 mile scenic ride

 A rolling, scenic route through Bostwick and Good Hope.  There are stores at 11, 28 and 36 miles.

Social Circle-Covington

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A 24 mile out and back route to the square in Covington. Enjoy a break at a coffee shop, ice cream parlor or cafe.

Social Circle-Good Hope

A gently rolling, low traffic 32 mile ride from Social Circle to Good Hope and back. There is food and drink is available at the Good Hope General store.

 

There are many miles of excellent cycling to be enjoyed in Walton County and these routes touch on just some of them. We will add more routes and if you have any questions or comments, please contact me, Paul Jones, at pbjones8514@yahoo.com

Paul Jones is a resident of Walton County and an avid cyclist.  He and his wife Joyce are the organizers of the very popular Tony Serrano Century Ride (see the link on our links page).  Paul is actively involved in bicycling advocacy both locally and state-wide.  He compiled all of our rides from his personal collection of rides.   

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