I like the idea of this section. Hoping to get back to some camping this fall as our daughter is now over 2 and a lot easier to deal with outdoors, but she ain't small, so the hiking is a good workout (she's about 36lbs currently, so between the pack, water, and her I'm carrying right around 45lbs currently). Went to check out the Laurel Ridge Trail alongside Lake Lanier this past weekend. Ended up with a good hike of just shy of 5 miles (we went past the actual "trail" at some point). Good weather for it, had a nice breeze while hiking along the lake. The munchkin took a good 45 minute or so nap, but enjoyed looking at and naming things as we hiked. Always so cute to hear her voice getting more quiet and calm as we go, until all the sudden I'm not hearing her anymore. On Independence Day, we went to one of our local county parks, Harbins Park. They've got mountain bike, horse and hiking trails. Short walk along a paved path gets you to a short section of horse trail before we hit the hiking trail, and we covered just shy of 4 miles total. My daughter got to see 3 big horses (and their riders) go by as we stood beside the trail, so she liked that. We got POURED on right at the end, which was fine by us all, as it was quite hot. The previous weekend, we had planned to head further north and check out a short (1 mile each way) trail to a waterfall. But, as we realized it was going to take us closer to 2 hours (with the munchkin-required breakfast stop), we decided to stay closer. Ended up at Sawnee Mountain Reserve, which we hadn't heard of before. Short hike of only about 2 miles, as we let the munchkin do some on her own two feet for the first time. I think we'll be back to this location though, as they have a couple different loops that appeared worth checking out.