The Heritage Sandy Springs Outdoors Club (HSSOC) encourages residents and visitors to explore Sandy Springs’ local parks while meeting other outdoors enthusiasts! HSSOC will host weekly hikes through Sandy Springs, to be held every Friday from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., as well as some special holiday hikes. The club is FREE and open to the public; all ages and skill levels welcome. Advance registration is highly recommended. All participants MUST complete an online liability waiver. Sign up below for the Heritage Sandy Springs Outdoor Club, and start a new adventure today!
Click here to view the entire 2017 calendar.
*Locations are subject to change. Please monitor our website for up-to-date information, or join our Facebook group!
|DATE||MEETING LOCATION*||REGISTRATION LINK|
|10/27||Haunted Sandy Springs||http://conta.cc/2yHVYCb|
|10/28||Haunted AM Hike @ HSS||http://conta.cc/2yIClKn|
|10/28||Haunted PM Hike @ Big Trees||http://conta.cc/2yHScZx|
|10/31||Haunted Hike @ Big Trees||http://conta.cc/2yHLKBJ|
|11/18||Morgan Falls (Extended 4-5 hike presented in partnership with the Sandy Springs Conservancy)||http://conta.cc/2r2it4m|
|11/24||John Ripley Forbes Big Trees Preserve||http://conta.cc/2r2rvhr|
Group Hiking Etiquette
Please review this document from the American Hiking Society.
Recommended Supply List
- Athletic Shoes (required)
City Park Rules
- Report illegal activities to 911.
- Place all litter in receptacles.
- All pets must be on a leash in a City park, except in designated areas. Persons with pets must clean up after the pet.
- No vehicles allowed off paved roads or on closed park roads.
- No glass containers allowed.
- No amplified music allowed (except by special permit).
- No selling of food or other items (except by special permit).
- No alcoholic beverages (except by special permit).
- Absolutely no drugs or illegal substances allowed on City property.
Meet our Adventure Guide, Erica Bibby!
My name is Erica Bibbey. I grew up in the beautiful city Chattanooga, Tennessee in which my family is third generation Tennessee natives. I have always enjoyed the outdoors as most Tennesseans do, especially hiking, paddling on lakes and rivers, rock climbing and most outdoor adventures. After earning one of my first higher education degrees, I decided it was time to move to a faster paced area and Atlanta seemed to be a wise choice. However, being from a much smaller area I felt that downtown or midtown would be a bit overwhelming. Luckily, I found this wonderful city called Sandy Springs. This place has been my home for 13 years now. It is filled with outdoor adventure including parks, lakes, rivers, and great people. With this in mind, I enjoy being one of the Heritage Sandy Springs Outdoor Club (SSOCs) guides, because I want to encourage others to share in our wonderful community and outdoor adventures with a great group of people. I look forward to meeting our Sandy Springs Outdoor Adventurers as well as newcomers to the community and outdoor adventures.