Arthur Langford, Jr. Park is in the heart of the Joyland neighborhood and is just a few blocks from the unpaved portion of the Southside Trail.
Five acres of greenspace form the first phase of Boulevard Crossing Park in the Chosewood Park neighborhood, just south of Grant Park and Zoo Atlanta.
Located in the Peoplestown neighborhood, D.H. Stanton Park is a shining example of the power of a collaborative community effort and sits on the north side of the unpaved portion of the Southside Trail.
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 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.
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.
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.
Located a few blocks south of the intersection of the Southside and Westside Trails, Perkerson Park is a shade and activity-filled gem nestled in the Capitol View neighborhood.
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.
Opened in the summer of 2021, the Westside Park is now the City of Atlanta’s largest planned greenspace at 280 acres. It serves as a catalyst for Westside neighborhoods and is the home of a critical backup source of drinking water for the entire city.
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.
Currently, a paved segment extending from Ansley Mall to just south of the Buford Spring Connector is paved and open to the public. A 0.8-mile stretch on the eastern edge of Piedmont Park is open as an unpaved trail. In its current state, this segment has a rough and bumpy surface of compacted railroad gravel and dirt.
Winding for approximately 1 mile through Tanyard Creek Park, the Northside Trail treats visitors to one of the most picturesque stretches of the Atlanta BeltLine.
Currently, the majority of the Southside Trail is an open unpaved Trail and provides connectivity between the paved Eastside and Westside Trails on the southernmost part of the Atlanta BeltLine loop. A 0.8 mile paved section is now open to the public and extends from the terminus of the Westside Trail at University Avenue and continues to just west of the I-75/85 overpass.
The Southwest Connector Trail connects neighborhoods in southwest Atlanta to the Westside Trail and winds through a 54-acre nature preserve.
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.
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.
This multi-use trail is a critical link in the region’s trail network, with connections between job centers, other development activities on the westside of Atlanta, Maddox Park, the Bankhead MARTA station, and the Westside Park.
The Westside Trail Extension is NOT YET OPEN. Informally known as “the Kudzu Line,” this stretch will extend the existing Westside Trail and connect to the Westside Connector, currently in development by the PATH Foundation.
As part of the emerging Atlanta BeltLine trail system, Open Unpaved Trails are accessible to the public in their unfinished state until funding is available to build out these sections of the corridor.