Westside Trail

Come Explore Atlanta's Historic Westside

The Westside Trail is currently open and accessible in two separate multi-use trails, with the connecting segment – Segment 4 – now under construction. The 3-mile southern section stitches together some of Atlanta’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods, running from Washington Park at Lena Street south to University Avenue. It’s a short walk from the Ashby MARTA station on the East-West line on its northern end, and the southern end is minutes from the West End and Oakland City MARTA rail stations on the North-South (Red/Gold) line.

The northern section runs 1.22 miles from Law Street to Huff Road, mostly along Marietta Street. The southern end of the trail is walkable from the Bankhead MARTA station and connects to the Westside BeltLine Connector into downtown.


The southern segment of the Westside Trail offers an easy connections between Pittsburgh Yards, Lee + White, retail at Cascade Avenue and Ralph David Abernathy Blvd., Westview Commercial District, and Washington Park. To extend your walk or ride, check out the West End Trail that extends to Westview Cemetery and the Southwest Connector Spur Trail. The Lionel Hampton Trail meets the Westside Trail at Washington Park and continues west through mature forest and greenspace.

The northern segment is a gateway to the heart of Atlanta via the Westside BeltLine Connector through Vine City, English Avenue, and Downtown, and to Atlanta’s burgeoning northwest side, with businesses and restaurants along Huff Road.


Washington Park features a natatorium, tennis courts and abundant greenspace. Gordon White Park is a popular gathering spot for community events and Art on the Atlanta BeltLine performances.


Venture just off the trail to Atlanta’s Historic West End. Stop on Peeples St. to experience the Hammonds House Museum, which celebrates the legacy of artists of African descent. Just around the corner on Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. sits Wren’s Nest, the historic home of author Joel Chandler Harris.


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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Report Maintenance Issues

Maintenance issues on the trail can be reported by calling (404) 546-0311 or visiting ATL311.com.

Please remember to always call 911 in the case of emergencies.