Cherokee County School District will be closed for spring break as the month changes over from March to April. There are many opportunities for things to do in and around Woodstock during this school break. Check out some of the spring daycamp opportunities listed on our sister publication the TowneLaker, or visit the helpful Atlanta with Kid calendar to plan your staycation if you are sticking around.
Don’t forget that the hiking, running, walking and biking trails in Cherokee County are among the best in the region. Between the collaborative efforts of the Woodstock chapter of the Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association (SORBA Woodstock), Greenprints Alliance, City of Woodstock, and Woodstock Parks and Recreation Department, there are more than 70 miles of planned and completed trails throughout the Canton and Woodstock areas of Cherokee County. The map of the Greenprints Trail System can be found on the Greenprints Alliance website woodstocktrails.com. This map details the funded, completed and proposed trails which, when completed, will stretch to more than 60 miles.
Blankets Creek Mountain Bike park, located in Canton, is on the northern end of the proposed Greenprints Alliance trail system. These mountain Bike Trails are maintained by SORBAWoodstock. These are not yet tied in with the Greenprints Alliance system, but it is clear on the map that the system will be connected in the future. Mountain bikers are often spotted riding over 575 from near the Taylor Randahl Memorial Mountain Bike Trails at Olde Rope Mill Park in Woodstock to the Blankets Creek system in Canton off Sixes Road.
We hope that you have a great spring break and get out and enjoy the trails, or conquer another adventure.