Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Atlanta area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Atlanta

Atlanta, Georgia map area

Atlanta, Georgia

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Arabia Mountain PATH

Altlanta Beltline - Northside Trail

Altlanta Beltline - Northside Trail

Altlanta Beltline - Southwest Connector Trail

Atlanta Beltline - Westside Trail

Camp Creek Greenway

Cochran Shoals Trail

Concord Road Multi-Use Path

Conyers Trail

East Cobb Trail

East Decatur Greenway

Freedom Park Connector

Heritage Park Trail

Lionel Hampton Trail

Lower Roswell Trail

Lucille Creek Trail

Mountain to River Trail

N. Berkely Lake Road Multi-Use Path

Noonday Creek Trail

Old Peach Tree Road Trail

Ozora Lake Trail

Peachtree Parkway Path

Proctor Creek Greenway

Rockdale River Trail

Roswell Riverwalk Trail

Rottenwood Creek Trail

Roswell Road Trail

Silver Comet Cumberland Connector

Silver Comet Trail

Smyrna-Atlanta Road Trail

South River Trail

Stone Mountain Trail

Wild Horse Trail




Atlanta is located in Northern Georgia and it the state capitol. This area is rich with history and is a vibrant and growing region of the country. Atlanta is home to some of America's largest corporations, the country's busiest international airport, the Atlanta Zoo and the Center for Civil and Human Rights.

This area has numerous lengthy recreational trail systems that extend through several communities, travel through natural areas, follow an old railroad corridor or follow alongside major roadways. There are also a number of large parks in the Atlanta area with paved paths for taking in the sights and getting some exercise.

Atlanta Beltline

The Atlanta Beltline is a 10-mile long network of paved multi-use trails that are currently located in separate locations in the Atlanta urban area. These trails promote exercise and improve communities. The trails are open for bike riding, walking and running. The Atlanta Beltline is part of a regional plan for transportation throughout the city, the trails also connect to other recreational trails within the city and the local parks.

The existing portions of the Atlanta Beltline include: Eastside Trail, Northside Trail, Southwest Connector Trail, West End Trail and Westside Trail.

Future plans for the trail include expanding the current trails to make a 22-mile long loop around the city and adding parking and other facilities along the way.

Read more about the Atlanta Beltline

Silver Comet Trail

The Silver Comet Trail is a 62-mile long paved pathway that extends from Smyrna to the border between Georgia and Alabama to the west of Cedartown. The trail was constructed along a historic railroad corridor and goes through the beautiful Georgia countryside. The trail goes through Cobb, Paulding and Polk Counties to the west of Atlanta.

The east end of the Silver Coment Trail connects to the Silver Comet Cumberland Connector, a 4.5-mile long paved path that extends the trail system from Cobb Drive and Cumberland Parkway in Smyrna to Cobb Parkway and Cumberland Boulevard in Northwest Atlanta.

The west end of the trail connects to the 33-mile long paved Chief Ladiga Trail in Alabama. The Chief Ladiga Trail extends to the north side of Anniston.

Read more about the Silver Comet Trail

Stone Mountain Trail

The Stone Mountain Trail is 19-miles of paved pathways and some on-street sections and is located on the east side of the Atlanta urban area. The trail starts in Downtown Atlanta and goes past the Martin Luther King Jr. Historic Site, the Carter Center, the Fernbank History Center, Decatur, Stone Mountain Village and Stone Mountain Memorial Park. The east end of the trail connects to the trails within Stone Mountain Memorial Park.

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Arabia Mountain PATH

The Arabia Mountain PATH is a 33-mile long network of paved trails that wander through 7000 acres of greenspace to the southeast of the Atlanta area. The pathways go through thick pine forests, past rushing streams and past incredible rock outcrops. The Arabia Mountain PATH is located in the cities of Lithonia and Conyers to the southeast of the Atlanta area. The trail system goes past the Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve, Klondike Park and Panola Mountain State Park.

Read more about the Arabia Mountain PATH

Proctor Creek Greenway

The Proctor Greek Greenway is currently a 3-mile long paved pathway located south of Perry Boulevard NW on the northwest side of the Atlanta area. The pathway follows alongside Proctor Creek going past Boyd Elementary School, Westside Reservoir Park, Grove Park Recreation Area, Maddox Park and the Bankhead Transit Station.

The southeastern end of the Proctor Creek Greenway is located at the Bankhead Transit Station, along Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway NW, just west of Stiff Street. This location is near Maddox Park.

The Proctor Creek Greenway will eventually be extended to 7 miles of paved pathway that will be completed in six phases. The final trails will span between Maddox Park and the Chattahoochee River. The trail will eventually provide connections to the BeltLine Westside Trail, the Bankhead MARTA Station, and Westside Quarry Park.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Atlanta, Georgia.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Georgia

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Georgia.