Campbellton Creek Nature Park (Campbellton Boulders)
Land Manager: Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land
Native Lands: Mvskoke (Muscogee / Creek) (from Native-land.ca)
Area Rep: Dom Davis, email@example.com
The bouldering area at Campbellton Creek Nature Park was established in collaboration with the Southeastern Climbers Coalition & the Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land. First ascents were climbed by kids groups from Chris180 & BEST Academy (an Atlanta Public School) with coaching provided by the Overlook Boulder + Fitness. Trails were created by local volunteers connected with these groups. This partnership also involved a dedicated effort from the Patagonia ATL store.
The Google Maps location will guide you to the Campbellton Creek Nature Park main parking lot. The boulders are accessed via the trailhead at the second parking lot, which is a 4-minute walk down Plumbers Road SW. There you’ll find access to the gravel trail that takes you to the boulders – about a ten minute walk.
What to Expect
This is a beginner boulder field newly developed in the heart of South Fulton. This area provides a place for beginners to come and learn about bouldering. Cambellton offers a small cluster of boulders that provide a great place to start to learn. There are a handful of short boulder problems ranging from VB – V2. More info on the climbs can be found on Mountain Project.
- Stay on the trails and durable surfaces, and keep gear on durable surfaces
- Brush any tick marks
- Avoid restricted areas to conserve sensitive species
- No camping or fires
- Dispose of human waste properly
- Obey leash laws and maintain control of pets
- Leave No Trace: clean up after yourself and others
- Be respectful of others, no loud music
No camping at Campbellton Creek Nature Park
Local Volunteer David Campbell worked to compile the first ascents done by the local youth groups.