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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.
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.
We rode this trail today. It was really a nice trail but the distance to the intersection of Arabia and Panola Trails from MLK High school was about 4.5 miles one direction. It’s a nice wide and curvy trail with some decent inclines. We will ride it again in conjunction with one of the other trail systems.
It was alright, the parts through the woods and kennesaw mountain were nice but 2/3 of it was on the side of the highway, it was very loud and busy. There are bathrooms and bikes to access and the path for the most part is level and not elevated. I'd start at kennesaw mountain so you go downhill and not uphill.
Just walked this trail. While it is very nice for walking I would not recommend it for anything else. It needs a little work. It is paved but in alot of places it is covered in mud and sand. It is low land and subject to flooding.
I’ve ridden on this trail many times both ways and it’s a very nice trail but it is best is you start from the Marietta Square and go towards Kennesaw mountain. The trail going towards the mountain is well paved and very good for biking as it does have a few hills along the way. Going towards the river though is not complete and is a lot harder to navigate once you go past the cemetery. I wouldn’t recommend going that way as the side walks aren’t the nicest and there isn’t much there, just road and train tracks. I’m pretty sure it is unfinished though. This trail is very nice and it is a very good trail for walking, running and biking and I would recommend taking a few friends or family members to go on it and maybe even go up the mountain
I grew up here in Ptc and know how bad the young drivers are. I was one of them. You get way more experience than most kids do. At night/ evening I walk my dog with my daughter. You must make yourself visible!! I put a bright... light on my dog and we both carry flash lights. Insanely bright flash lights. Just be aware of what’s around you. Especially the kid texting and driving coming up behind you.
It was a wonderful feeling being able to ride on the Michelle Obama trail and ending up at the Barack Obama Elementary School.
The trail is well maintained, relatively flat, and very very scenic once you get out of town. We'd definitely come again.
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