Maybe you've always thought about running a 5K, but never actually signed up for one. Well, the Leap of Faith 5K is meant to trigger "the pivotal moment that inspires you to go from a Dreamer to a Doer." Participants are welcome to run or walk the course—whichever they feel more comfortable with. Achievement is reinforced with a photo for each finisher, as well as free entry into the subsequent World Sports Expo, where five bands and nearly 30 food trucks will converge to celebrate the day's events.
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Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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Spurred by a desire to connect with other adventurers sharing his passion for exploring wilderness territory, Reginald Mitchell began leading hiking trips throughout Georgia and the Southeast. Though he regularly helms mountain-climbing excursions on local slopes such as Kennesaw Mountain and Amicalola Falls, he's also traversed mountains in areas as disparate as Tennessee, California, Costa Rica, and Guatemala. Sandwiches and trail mix fuel hikers on most tours as they enjoy hiking's numerous health benefits, such as weight loss, endurance building, and stress relief.
Staff Size: 50+ people
Average Duration of Services: 2–4 hours
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Train ride
Locals agree that the best was to take in Noccalula Falls Park's natural beauty with a ride on The C. P. Huntington Train. The train wends its way through park grounds, taking guests between the outdoor animal habitat—home to a lion, a lynx, and foxes, to name a few—and the deer park, home to 10-point buck named Rambo.
The locomotive chugs by Pioneer Village, a collection of rough-hewn log buildings assembled in the style of early settlements. The trek concludes by the park's miniature golf course, which uses natural rock formations, waterfalls, and streams to add challenge to its 18 holes, rather than showcasing a less friendly challenge that goes through the lion's habitat.
A 501c3 nonprofit, Paulding Public Safety Appreciation does just what its name suggests: it supports Paulding County’s Public Safety personnel. How? By providing financial and emotional support for Public Safety employees and their family members in need of medical care and bill-paying assistance. It does this through scholarship funds and events including the annual Run with the Badges 5K, a fun-filled day of running, glow sticks, and fundraising.