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We parked at Emory Point, and walked a few blocks to the preserve. We walked by Candler Lake off the paved road. We saw geese and lots of turtles. It was fairly easy to navigate our daughter’s wheelchair until we crossed over the pedestrian bridge...More
Lullwater was one of the nicest hikes just outside Atlanta. The lake in between covered with a nice forest all around made for a nice day out. It is not crowded on most days, so is very serene. We really enjoyed having a nice picnic...More
We had a couple of hours to kill and didn’t want to get too far away from the hotel. This was a lovely place to go for a gentle walk. We heard hawks, saw lots of ducks and woodpeckers. I can’t believe I’ve lived in...More
Lullwater Preserve lies at the heart of Emory University's campus on the outskirts of Atlanta, Georgia. The 154-acre oasis contains the home of the University's president, the beautiful Candler Lake, a 210-foot suspension bridge, acres of green space and miles of walking and jogging trails....More
I work nearby, and have been coming here to enjoy the greenery since I was a child. My sister and I walked here again today and as usual, spotted the resident great blue heron and kingfisher. I have also frequently seen migrating ducks, swimming beavers...More
This park is definitely a little oasis in the city - part of the Emory town.
We parked at Emory Point - where the Trader Joes is - in the parking deck - parking was free, but it was a good 20-25 minutes from...More
We went to Lullwater in March after one of our friends recommended it for hiking. It is a cute nice state park not very far away from town center and Buckhead. There are lot of beautiful things like the lake, waterfalls, bridges, logs and countless...More
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No. That’s another park. Lullwater is actually the President of Emory University’s residence, but there is a park with a big lake and running/walking trails all around it. There is no entrance for vehicles. You can walk... More
No. That’s another park. Lullwater is actually the President of Emory University’s residence, but there is a park with a big lake and running/walking trails all around it. There is no entrance for vehicles. You can walk into it from Clifton Rd.