Committed to enhancing the well-being of its citizens and visitors, the City of Johns Creek currently provides the network of multi-use trails and sidewalks shown on the Recreation map.
Existing trails along streets
Bell Road Multi-Use Trail starts at Rogers Bridge Road, runs along Bell Road and ends at McGinnis Ferry Road, linking residential subdivisions to shopping (approx. 1 mile).
Rogers Bridge Road Multi-Use Trail begins at the Chattahoochee River and meanders northward to the Bell Road Trail at Rogers Bridge Road and Bell Road (approx. 0.9 miles).
State Bridge Road Multi-Use Trail, constructed with the GDOT State Bridge Road road-widening project in 2007, begins at GA 141 (Medlock Bridge Road), runs along both sides of State Bridge Road and ends at Jones Bridge Road (approx. 2.8 miles).
Johns Creek Greenway – Segment 1 starts at Old Alabama Road, runs mostly along the west side of Medlock Bridge Road and ends at Findley Road (approx. 4.3 miles). Sections have already been built by developers with their new developments along the Greenway's path, with the entire Segment 1 scheduled to open October 2009.
Trails within parks
The street network of trails will connect to additional trails in City parks and units of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. The following park trails are available: