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Atlanta BeltLine: Eastside Trail

The Atlanta BeltLine is a proposed 22-mile continuous trail around the city. The 2.2 mile Eastside Trail is now open.
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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 2.2 miles
Duration: 1-3 hours
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Overview :  The Atlanta BeltLine is a proposed 22-mile continuous trail circling Atlanta and connecting 45 in-town neighborhoods. Although the... more »

Tips:  The Eastside Trail is 2.2 miles from 10th Street (tip of Piedmont Park) and Monroe Drive to Irwin Street.
 The entrance is on Monroe... more »

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Points of Interest

Atlanta’s Piedmont Park is 189 acres located about two miles Northeast of Downtown Atlanta and adjacent to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. There are lots of things to do at the park including just walking or biking along the numerous paths.

Park Tavern is located along the edge of Piedmont Park, across the street from the entrance to the Atlanta ... More

2. Art on the BeltLine

Each Fall, the Atlanta arts community participates in Art on the Atlanta BeltLine. It’s a showcase of temporary visual and performance art that runs from September through November. December through August you can still see artwork along the BeltLine including murals and sculptures.

3. Old Fourth Ward Skate Park

The Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark was designed by local skateboarders and offers something for all skill levels. The park was dedicated in 2011 by skateboarding legend Tony Hawk; his Foundation contributed $25,000 toward the construction of the park.

You don’t have to bring a board to enjoy the park, it’s fun to just watch the skaters. In... More

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4. Inman Park Neighborhood

Inman Park is Atlanta’s first suburb, created in 1890 as a way for city dwellers to escape via streetcar. It is now a quaint walkable part of Atlanta with good local restaurants and shops and beautiful Victorian homes. Best of all, it’s located along the Atlanta BeltLine. In fact, you’ll see a big sign that says Welcome to Inman Park along one of ... More

Former President Jimmy Carter was from Plains, Georgia, a bit south of Atlanta, but his library and museum are located in Atlanta along the Freedom Trail, which can be accessed from the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail.

The Museum includes a history of Carter’s political career and presidency, as well as the humanitarian works of Carter after... More

At the End of the Eastside Trail is a great family-owned pizza place called Ammazza. It offers wood-fired Napolitano-style pizza in a casual family style setting with large tables. The dining room is anchored by a large full bar with numerous beers on tap, as well as wine.

Instead of crayons and color pages, kids are given Etch A Sketch toys to... More