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Filming and Photography
Interested in filming or photographing on the Atlanta BeltLine?
Please read through the information provided below for guidelines pertaining to filming and photographing in the parks and on the trails of the Atlanta BeltLine.
Please contact Ericka Davis, Director of Communications and Media Relations, for permission to commercially film and photograph in locations owned by Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI). Ericka can be reached at email@example.com and 404-477-3660. ABI requests at least 5 business days notice to approve requests and execute licensing agreements. Download our full Film and Photography Policy. Please be prepared to fill out and submit this application for filming.
The following locations are owned by Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.:
- Eastside Trail (2-mile paved portion) (permits from the City of Atlanta may also apply in certain cases)
- Eastside Trail northern and southern interim hiking trails
- Westside Trail (unavailable due to construction from 2015-2017)
- Historic Fourth Ward Park lake and outdoor theater
- Old State Farmer’s Market
The following Atlanta BeltLine trails and parks are owned by the City of Atlanta. Please contact the Mayor’s Office of Entertainment via their website (http://www.atlantaga.gov/index.aspx?page=983) or via their 24/7 hotline (404.295.0630) for permission to commercially film in these spaces:
- Northside Trail
- The remainder of Historic Fourth Ward Park and Skatepark exclusive of the lake and outdoor theater
- West End Trail
- Southwest Connector Spur Trail
- H. Stanton Park
- Boulevard Crossing Park
- Gordon White Park
- Perkerson Park
- Enota Playlot
- Arthur Langford Park
Please note that the future Westside Reservoir Park, the former Bellwood Quarry, is currently owned by the City of Atlanta.
Additionally, the Old State Farmer’s Market (the future Murphy Crossing) is a secure site that offers unique opportunities for long-term filming. The fee structure for this space is different from parks and trails.