A friend asked me to plot all the bus routes on the same map. The city's bus route maps are all seperate sheets which makes it difficult to plan a journey across town that may require changing buses. Here they are all together. Click on each colored line to see which route is highlighted. All buses go back to Terminal Station eventually.
The largest park on south side of Lake Tobesofkee
a part of the Bond Swamp Wildlife Refuge with two miles of trails and a great view of Macon, GA.
Georgia Children's Home
a great trail system used by mountain bikers, joggers, dog walkers, and cross-country running teeams
Dauset Trails Nature Center
The Daughtry Foundation supports a nature center and trail system with a small zoo and farm yard.
High Falls State Park
located just north of Macon, High Falls has great scenery, a playground for the kids, and a short hiking trail
East Macon Park
a Macon city park near the downtown airport
A hiking trail along the Little Falling Creek (part of the Brender Forest)
The Georgia Forestry Commission grows trees here and the public enjoys a great trail system
Ocmulgee River Trail
network of trails used mostly by equestrians
Rock Hawk Effigy and Trails
You'll find a nice trail system with many points of interest including a stone effigy of a large bird.
Selma Erwin Nature Study
a natural area in memory of a beloved and respected teacher (new trailhead at Laying Farm Road)