Explore the most popular Stroller Friendly trails near Atlanta with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
12 days ago

As of 9/19 they are doing construction in the park and it takes away from the trails serenity.

Path is not bad to see downtown but would choose some better streets to walk down. Honestly the only good part is going through the park. Someone needs to redo this trail with a better path and make it more streamlined. All the in and outs are dumb.

Excellent place any time of the year. It’s a pleasure to walk around

running
19 days ago

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

I haven’t had a chance to do this yet, but being new to the area, I appreciate a route that will hit the highlights of my new city. I’m definitely adding this “hike” to the bucket list!

hiking
27 days ago

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.

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

hiking
1 month ago

You can’t even do the trail map listed here because half the park is closed due to construction. Tried to walk around and possibly jump back on, but literally half the park and trails are cut off from public access.

hiking
1 month ago

Paved loop path with some small hills. Also connects to Pernashal Park trail, which can extend the distance.

Very nice walk with tons of things to see!

on Grant Park Loop Trail

hiking
1 month ago

saw 44 squirrels!

very easy for biking, walking and running.

hiking
2 months ago

Walked the trail from 7:00 am to 8:30 on a Sunday. It was nice and peaceful. I felt safe. Most of it is open. Minimal hills. Probably wouldn’t go later in the day because of the road traffic. Seems like it would get a bit noisy.

hiking
over grown
scramble
washed out
2 months ago

Great garden, especially in the winter. I recommend seeing the night lights in December.

Short and sweet. Nice cabin toward the end of the trail. Educational markers along the way about plants.

This is not really a joke, it’s more like a walkway that runs thru the heart of Atlanta. It connect to Piedmont Park and Ponce City Park. It’s winds through brewers, restaurants, parks and shops. People rent scoters and bikes. It’s worth your time for a city experience hike/walk.

Awesome trail completely paved in the heart of Atlanta. Beutiful houses to look at and commodities.

running
over grown
4 months ago

A little overgrown and unkempt but a nice path for running with lots of people walking dogs and families hanging out. Construction on the East side makes the path wonky.

Mostly concrete but good mileage and away from exhaust pipes!! Freedom Rings!

Other than mosquito attacks (an expected part of any walk near water in Georgia) it was amazing. My dogs loved it.

running
no shade
off trail
5 months ago

Most incredible urban trail there is. The volume and speed of cyclists has gotten dangerous given the high pedestrian traffic. Would recommend in early mornings. You can venture north through the Park and up parallel to Ansley golf club (gravel trail) - this stretch is generally completely desolate.

This isn’t really a trail- it’s a walk through the garden and behind the old mansion. The lawn and building are very well cared for. There’s a huge children’s house that really creeped me out and seems like the beginning of a horror movie. There was a cool model-T my friend and i climbed in, but it was mostly exploring and not much walking/no hiking because it was so short....

Part of the trail/sidewalk is under construction, so you have to turn around.

Atlanta is not a fun city. Take me to the trails!

terrible path took 5min to complete it. dogs are not allowed they kicked us out

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