There's not many hiking trails across southern Georgia, as nearly all of the land is developed. There are several state parks such as Reed Bingham State Park that have short hiking trails showcasing the few wilder areas of southern Georgia. Reed Bingham State Park protects a several-mile section of the Little River with a small lake at the southern end. The park's hiking trails travel through uplands just east of Little River, with several sections of trail along the river. This hike occurred on Saturday, November 21st, 2015. My plan was to hike some of the Upland Loop to get onto the Little River Trail along Little River. I would return to the trailhead using Birdwalk Trail.
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