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My wife & I rode from Dallas west to the big tunnel & back. Fabulous 23 mile ride. Beautiful scenery, well kept, plenty wide enough to ride side by side. We can’t wait to explore the other parts of the trail in the future.
My husband and I had no idea how beautiful and well maintained this trail is. There were a couple of small detours that were well marked and easy to follow. A definite favorite.
We parked at MLK Jr. High School on a Sunday around noon, and after getting back to our car, the school had locked the entrance gates, preventing us from leaving the parking lot. Probably an accident, but keep this in mind when choosing where to park. Otherwise, it's a great trail!
As a long time resident, I have learned the best time to use the path is BEFORE school lets out and after a typical work rush hour. (Before 4:00 PM and after 6:00 PM weekdays) Reason? This is a golf cart community where many teens and adults use the path to commute. And unfortunately, they use it like the German Autobahn. Also, wear something bright, because the woods surrounding the path system are thick and there are some blind corners. Otherwise, HAVE FUN!
We love the path system for golf carting, walking, biking. The whole city is connected by these wonderful paths.
Recently walked and biked along this beautiful paved path. It is very wide and allows walkers, bikes and families to easily navigate around each other without having to step to the side. There are benches, pet waste receptacles, & bike repair stations. One would almost never know they are not far from 2 major roadways and I believe it’s due to the lovely creek flowing beside the path. The only reason 4 stars instead of 5 is it need to be much longer!!
This is a really nice trail, but several area were muddy and flooded. Better for bikers than walkers. Also, one underpass area has a electrical line partially down and exposed.
We enjoyed our bike ride with our young daughter just learning to ride. Although the holes in the bridges are pretty gnarly for training wheels and half of the path is closed.
The title is based on this trail connecting to so many others. You could ride this trail all day!
First, a public service : The StoneCrest Mall trail head is a bit tricky to find. You can park anywhere in the vast parking lot, but my gps pointed me to the bus stop outside the theater. I parked a bit south of there and hunted for the trail along Klondike Rd. Mistake! Park north of there and cross the ring road and you'll find the trail. Better yet, park at the Library or Vaughter's Farm, at least the first time. You can follow it North to learn how it ends.
That said, this trail has much to see - creeks, woods, meadows, a covered bridge, granite outcrops, a lake if you continue on the Panola park trail, and wildlife! I spotted deer and turkeys while riding. The trail is also in better shape than most.
For you e-bikers like me, note that this trail is hilly. It will consume more battery than the flat trails you're accustomed to if you ride former rail trails.
Biked out of Bethelview Rd trail head; did both south and northbound sections on mostly sunny Sunday. Lots of people walking and biking but not overly crowded. Some challenging climbs and great views/stopping points to catch breath.
East Decatur Greenway is a paved, short, 1.2 miles bicycle and pedestrian trail situated at the south-east boundary of the City of Decatur, in Metro Atlanta. You can access it from the Stone Mountain Trail, from Avondale Marta station or, if driving, you can park in the street of around de Marta facilities.
I upload a video of a trip in my bicycle to my YouTube Channel City Bike Jour.
I constantly use the East Decatur Greenway when bicycling to Oakhurst Village in Decatur or Kirkwood in Atlanta. The path includes a wonderful view to the eastern edge of the City of Decatur's Legacy Park, a heavily forested niche with a large pond that is home to a variety of species. A series of trails throughout the dense forest provides a unique opportunity for walking while experiencing nature inside the City of Decatur limits. The greenway has direct access to the park trails along the way. I access the trails from different entry points when I walk, instead of running bikes. Next to the lake is the Decatur's Kitchen Garden, a garden space for refugee and immigrant growers, led by Global Growers in collaboration with the City of Decatur. The garden can be observed from the trails
At the south, it ends in a green passive park at 890 Columbia Drive, the East Decatur Greenway project, a green community space where to enjoy nature. It was in the past a polluted lot of a closed gas station that was cleanup . You can park there to access the greenway.
Road it for first time Feb 22; sunny and 50* so lots of walkers and a few bikes. Well cared for and enjoyable. Consider going north from end of trail thru downtown and enjoy sidewalks on Rope Mill road too.
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