West End

The West End neighborhood is the first locally designated historic district in Atlanta. It officially became a part of Atlanta in 1894 and is known for its stately architecture and landmark homes. One of the most transit-friendly communities in Atlanta, West End highlights include the Wren’s Nest and Hammond House Museum.

Parks

Enota Park Expansion

Currently a small play-lot adjacent to the Westside Trail, Enota Park is getting an upgrade. the redesigned park will span 8-acres and include a basketball court, activity field, splash pad, playground, large pavilion and a solar shade structure.

Gordon White Park

Gordon White Park is located in the historic West End community at the intersection of the West End Trail and Westside Trail, and is a popular gathering spot for various community events.

Rose Circle Park

Rose Circle Park sits at the southern end of the West End Trail and a block north of the Westside Trail in the historic West End neighborhood.

Trails

Southwest Connector Trail

The Southwest Connector Trail connects neighborhoods in southwest Atlanta to the Westside Trail and winds through a 54-acre nature preserve.

West End Trail

The West End Trail connects to the Westside Trail, running from Washington Park to Adair Park, with 16 access points, 40 acres of trees and grasslands, and easy access to MARTA.

Westside Trail

The 3-mile multi-use Westside Trail stitches together some of Atlanta’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods – running from Washington Park at Lena Street south to University Avenue.

Transit

  • West End MARTA Station

Schools

  • Kipp STRIVE Academy
  • Rusk Elementary School
  • Brown Middle School
  • Lee Street School
  • Booker T. Washington High School

Getting There

West End extends north and east from the BeltLine’s Westside Trail to I-20 and the Red/Gold MARTA line.

Hungry?

Lee + White offers a variety of food and beverages!
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Aluma Farm & Farmstand

Fresh produce sold locally and direct to customers.
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Beltline Tours

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