News in the Spotlight
Quarterly Fellow Trail Lovers Series
Newton Trails extends a HUGE high five to Tamela Mills. Tamela has used her considerable skills as a writer/journalist to write the first two articles in our Quarterly Fellow Trail Lovers Series. Her stories have helped people really see the many benefits that our trails provide to the community. Read her stories »
Current Story: Fast Friends on the Eastside Trail
“Memorial Day is when we officially became biker chicks,” laughs Lynne.
Lynne Coleman, Vanessa Nolley and Theresa Ricks are always laughing, wiggling, making faces at each other and sharing a smile. Their cheer is contagious and so is their love of cycling.
Lynne met Vanessa two years ago at Alcovy Fitness and then Theresa joined in on a Conyers bike ride. While Theresa is the newcomer to the group, she has ridden longer, with 1½ years of cycling behind her.
Read more about Lynne, Vanessa, and Theresa »
Trail Alerts and Announcements
Community Trail Walk: Friday, November 7 (10:00 a.m.)
Bring your kids, a friend or come on your own to explore the backwoods trails of Turner Lake Park with personal fitness trainer Tracey Ashall on Friday, November 7 (10:00 a.m.). Tracey will talk about the benefits of walking and group fitness routines while sharing some of her favorite parts of the Turner Lake trail system. Read more »
Quarterly Bike Ride on the Silver Comet Trail: Saturday, November 8
Every quarter we explore a different regional trail outside of Newton County to experience the many positive effects successful trail projects have on communities that make trail building a priority. Our next ride will take us to the Cobb County section of the Silver Comet Trail on Saturday, November 8, 2014. Read more »
NT's Overnight Trip to Greenville, SC
Newton Trails' first overnight trip was a smashing success! We had a great group of people come enjoy exploring the Swamp Rabbit Trail together. The Swamp Rabbit Trail is part of Greenville's revitalized downtown which includes new restaurants, shops and a park. Like our vision states... "We envision a healthy, vibrant, prosperous community connected to one another, to nature, to our history, and to daily life through a system of greenway trails."
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