Inman Park

As Atlanta’s first suburb, Inman Park is full of history. Developer Joel Hurt planned Inman Park and the rapid transit streetcar for which the old trolley barn near the MARTA station served as a terminus. The historic homes are restored Victorian, Colonial, and Queen Anne style, and a variety of modern and updated lofts and apartment buildings dot the stretch along the Eastside Trail.

Parks

Historic Fourth Ward Park

Named for the surrounding Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, this spectacular 17-acre park is packed with amenities for all to enjoy, and is situated just off the Eastside Trail.

Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark

Located in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood and situated alongside the Eastside Trail, the park offers world-class skateboard amenities and lots of open greenspace.

Trails

Eastside Trail

A combination of multi-use trail and linear greenspace, the Eastside Trail connects Midtown to Reynoldstown and you to some of Eastside’s hottest destinations.

Transit

  • Inman Park-Reynoldstown MARTA Station (East-West Line)

Schools

  • Mary Lin Elementary
  • Inman Middle
  • Grady High School

Getting There

The BeltLine’s Eastside Trail forms the western boundary of Inman Park, which extends north from DeKalb Avenue to the Carter Center and Freedom Park, and east to Moreland Avenue and Little Five Points.

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