Located on the corner of Fontaine and Nickajack roads, Heritage Park is a 105-acre nature preserve. The park is located in Smyrna, Georgia in Cobb County.
Heritage Park’s 1.7-mile walking trail has an elevated boardwalk over wetlands, travels through forests along Nickajack Creek, passes the ruins of Concord Woolen Mills, and is near the historic Concord Covered Bridge. Heritage Park is a soft surface walking trail, and doesn’t allow bicycles. Areas are isolated, so please use proper safety precautions.
You can park at the Concord Road trailhead and walk east about 0.2 miles to access the the park. The entrance is on the east lane of the Silver Comet, just past the wooden Concord Road bridge, and before the metal East-West Connector bridge. This section of Heritage Park includes views of Nickajack creek and the Concord Woolen Mill ruins.
Parking, nice restrooms and picnic areas are available at the park entrance located at the corner of Fontaine Road and Nickajack Road. This section of Heritage Park has a boardwalk over wetlands, and offers a nice stroll through forests.