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Piedmont Park Loop is a 2.4 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Atlanta, Georgia that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 2.4 mi Elevation gain 82 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Wheelchair friendly Kid friendly Stroller friendly Hiking Nature trips Road biking Walking Running Lake Partially paved Views Rocky
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Note: Dogs are not allowed on the track section of this trail.

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Reviews (178)
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Recordings (177)
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Tani Garcia
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Tani Garcia
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Tani Garcia
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Kirill Kantor
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Rodney Rainey
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Hiking

Connects to the belt line excellent

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Alejandro Taveras
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Hot

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Anna Sandhu
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Hiking

Very easy, I wouldn’t call it hiking trail but rather pleasant walking path

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Ansley Harralson
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Walking

Love the community garden

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Scott Trump
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Hiking

Great urban walk (feel guilty calling this one a hike).... lots of people, dogs, bikes, runners.... easy and comfortable. Perfect for a quick workout during the week and don’t want to leave the city.

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Cadence Glass
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NJ Hiker
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Running

Great in the AM before the humidity kicks in during summer. Very quiet, no cars heard. Lovely oasis in midtown.

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Ryan Purcell
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Hiking

Piedmont park is a great park, but this path should be updated if it’s gonna be dog friendly. You can’t walk dogs up on the track which is a 1/3 of this path. Other than that great time.

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Tanya King
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love the park. its WAS so beautiful. But now way to many Electric vehicles when it comes to scooters, bikes and so on.

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Dani Miller
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tnbelleusa .
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Walking

Have come here many times over the years. It is a large, wonderful park that hosts many festivals and concerts. No special reason is needed to visit. Perfect for a sunny afternoon stroll and picnic with lots of trees for the ENO.

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W.C. Forlines
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Love the park

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Sarah J. Clark
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Walking

Atlanta's iconic park. A local favorite. Parking can be a bit of a problem. Read signs when street parking to avoid getting a $25 ticket.

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John Thompson
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Love Piedmont park !

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Jordan Gil
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I enjoy Piedmont for the most part. Occasional events that sometimes make parking difficult but once that's out of the way there's usually still parts of the park that you'll have space to run in. Sometimes you'll just have to weave through a crowd. I like that I can escape from the park itself and run through the city. If you come through the main entrance and just stay to your right it's almost an exact mile from your start location (just something to know).

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Yanata Bell
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Mountain biking

Has an awesome off road Biking trail that connects to the Art Atlanta Belt Line.

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Amber Maynard
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Caroline Turner
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William Wade
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William Wade
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Jaime Escamilla
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Alison Brooke
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William Wade
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Tamaria Dunn
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Andy Odjegba
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William Wade
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