Description - This 29-mile loop in south Fulton County highlights the rural character and lifestyle of the surrounding area. Situated among rolling hills, forested ridges, and serene pastures, the South Fulton Scenic Byway uses Cochran Mill Road, Hutcheson Ferry Road and State Highway 70 to guide visitors through this quiet corner of metropolitan Atlanta. In addition to the historic communities and farmhouses found along the Byway, visitors can enjoy Cochran Mill Park, Cochran Mill Nature Center, and the nearby Chattahoochee River, which provide many recreational opportunities
- The South Fulton Scenic Byway is known for it's Historical, Natural, Recreational and Scenic Attractions.
Climate - The climate of north Georgia is temperate with moderately cold winters and warm, humid summers. Precipitation is fairly well distributed throughout the year; there are no wet or dry seasons.
This byway is located just southwest of Atlanta, in the Piedmont Region.
Directions from : The South Fulton Scenic Byway forms a loop using State Route 70, Hutcheson Ferry Road, and Cochran Mill Road.