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Walker Rocks Selfie Trial

A unique trail designed for capturing memories.

Locations on the selfie trail include top tourist destinations like Rock City Gardens and McLemore, natural settings like Rocktown and the Shirley Miller Wildflower Trail, as well as a number of high traffic public spaces including John Ross Commons in Rossville and Queen City Lake in LaFayette.

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10052 US Hwy 27, Rock Spring, GA 30739, USA

The Walker Rocks Selfie Trail traverses the county. The Walker County Civil Center (mapped) represents a mid-point of the county-wide selfie locations.

Trail Highlights

Embark on a fun-filled journey with the Walker Rocks Selfie Trail. Capture memories, explore iconic spots, and let every selfie be a testament to the beauty and charm of Walker County. It's not just a trail; it's a story waiting to be told, one selfie at a time.

The Walker Rocks Selfie Trail is dotted with picturesque spots, perfect for capturing your Walker County adventures. From scenic vistas to quirky landmarks, each selfie spot tells a story.

Visitors are encouraged to use #WalkerRocks when posting their photos on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media sites.

The following locations are part of the #WalkerRocks Selfie Trail:

Rock City Gardens (Address: 1400 Patten Road, Lookout Mountain, GA 30750)
This location features two trailhead markers. The first showcases the unique view where you can “see 7 states.” The second highlights the iconic “See Rock City” barn.

John Ross Common (Address: 200 E Lake Ave, Rossville, GA 30741)
John Ross served as the Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation from 1828 to 1866 and lived in this home in the 1830’s. The historic house serves as the centerpiece for a resurgent commons area that includes duck watching, a monthly catch and release fishing event and musical performances.

McLemore (Address 32 Clubhouse Lane, Rising Fawn, GA 30738)
While McLemore features the “best finishing hole in America since 2000,” according to Golf Digest, it is also home to Inspiration Point, a scenic overlook on Lookout Mountain high above McLemore Cove.

Shirley Miller Wildflower Trail (Address: 299 Pocket Road, Chickamauga, GA 30707)
This nearly one mile down and back trail features a boardwalk, waterfall and nearly 50 varieties of wildflowers. The best time to visit is in March and April, when wildflowers are in bloom

Rocktown (Address: 3440 Chamberlain Road, LaFayette, GA 30728)
Acres of rock, formed from years of geological activity and natural development, will amaze you. These changes in the earth created a unique opportunity for rock climbing and bouldering for beginners and experts alike.

Queen City Lake (Address: 303 Lakeview Drive, LaFayette, GA 30728)
A 260-acre lake that can be enjoyed from sunrise to sunset. Fishing, paddle boarding, kayaking, canoeing and sailing regularly interrupt the calm still of the waters.

Hugh Campbell Memorial Trail (Address: Near 470 Culberson Ave, LaFayette, GA, 30728)
Currently under construction, this new trail will make LaFayette a lot more walkable. The trailhead marker is already in place near the wildflowers at the bank of the Chattooga River.

Chickamauga Battlefield Connector Trail (Address: 415 Wilder Road, Chickamauga, GA 30707)
This new walking trail will eventually connect the Chickamauga Battlefield to downtown Chickamauga, however you can take a selfie at the spot where the trail meets the Chickamauga Battlefield today.

West Chickamauga Creek Blueway at Lee & Gordon’s Mills (
Address: 71 Red Belt Road, Chickamauga, GA 30707)
Did you know you can kayak all the way from Chickamauga to the Tennessee River near Chattanooga State? This blueway trail starts at Lee & Gordon’s Mills in Chickamuga, heads through the Chickamauga Battlefield, past Camp Jordon and then finishes near Chattanooga State.

Pigeon Mountain at Mountain Cove Farms Resort (Address: 994 Dougherty Gap Road, Chickamauga, GA 30707)
A popular attraction for weddings, music festivals and vintage shopping, this location also boasts stunning views of Pigeon Mountain.

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