Peachtree City Multi-Use Paths


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Peachtree City Multi-Use Paths Facts

States: Georgia
Counties: Fayette
Length: 85 miles
Trail end points: Peachtree City and Peachtree City
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 6418472

Peachtree City Multi-Use Paths Description

This extensive network of multi-use trails snakes throughout most of Peachtree City, covering an impressive total of over eighty miles throughout the suburban Georgia community. Though the trails are open for non-motorized uses only, golf carts are welcome and frequent the paths due to their prevalence in the city. Pedestrians have the first right of way, however, and golf cart users must observe the city's ordinance on their use.

Parking and Trail Access

Many dozens of access points are found throughout the city, with public parking available at the numerous city parks along the path system.

Note that all golf carts operating on the paths are required to display a registered decal from Peachtree City; consult the city website in the related links for more information.

Peachtree City Multi-Use Paths Reviews

A great way to spend time with the kids exploring the trails and parks. You can access almost everything from the multi use trails. The kids love going through Chick fil A drive thru in the Golf Cart.

A great way to spend time with the kids exploring the trails and parks. You can access almost everything from the multi use trails. The kids love going through Chick fil A drive thru in the Golf Cart.

Busy on weekends

Trail has nice hidden gems like quiet streams/creeks and beautiful homes along the golf course. You will have to compete with teens driving golf carts like their on the Indy 500. Some areas of trail are quite bumpy and uneven, almost wiped out on a downhill. Otherwise city and Lake Peachtree is beautiful.

Spend the Weekend!

Get a hotel and stay for a couple days. For casual cycling it's a wonderful town and path system. There are a lot of golf carts, so be mindful of that if you bring the kids. But accidents are rare. Most people drive safely. Walking the paths can be a little daunting at times because of the golf carts. Be aware and maybe avoid earbuds while walking or riding. We live here, and like most PTC residents we welcome visitors. Every store, restaurant, and hotel in Peachtree City is on the path system. Bridges and tunnels bypass the regular roads. Road bikes are not recommended. Bring a comfort, mountain, or e-bike. Everyone is friendly and it's a very safe town.

great path

Riding or walking you have many options of paths to take.


Best time of day to use path

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!

Great Path System!

We love the path system for golf carting, walking, biking. The whole city is connected by these wonderful paths.

If you’re walking...

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.

Thumbs Up !!!!

Great ride, great day. I’ll be back ¿¿¿

Mis understood

I live here and I love it. But yes this is a golf cart community, sorry if anyone mis understood this. But the cart paths are for everyone, and I love riding them. There are some bike/ pedestrian trails that are in the woods that are scattered around the city, but not many.

Great day on a great path system.

My husband and I drove from Stone Mountain to Peachtree City to avoid the rain in our area. We parked in the strip mall on Hwy 54 outside the Fresh Market. There is a bike shop located in this shopping center and we were able to get information and directions to start our trip. We accessed the multi-use path on the west side of the shopping center and headed south to the Welcome Center for a map of the city/path. Luck would have it that there was an air show at the airport and with the map we found our way to the airport and a front row seat to the show. (On our bikes!) Access back on the path was easy and we made our way back to our car without any problem. We found people in golf carts to be friendly and courteous, with many offering to help with directions. The path system was an easy ride with the occasional slight hill. We rode by lakes, wildlife and a group of deer crossed our path. Two and a half hours later and over 20 miles of riding I would highly recommend the trip south to Peachtree City!

Multi-Use - bikes, walkers, carts

As a previous reviewer questioned about golf carts, yes, this is a 'multi-use' path system, and golf carts are all over it. It's not specifically a bike/walk path system, it's for everything. As such, some caution for cyclists is necessary, because you're going to find a BUNCH of kids on carts who aren't watching where they're going.

It's a great system for locals, but I wouldn't travel to PTC just to ride on it, it's more of a local get-around system. Someone else mentioned crossing major highways, there's none of that, all crossings are bridges or tunnels.

If you come to PTC to ride, bring your mountain bike, because there are some great single-track trails here.

PTC Paths

Yes there are a lot of golf carts in PTC, but this is what makes PTC such a unique place to live. Kids go to school & work in Golf carts. Parents go out to dinner and shop in them. So, the Paths get crowded on the weekends and after school. However they are still wonderful to bike and walk at anytime, especially in the morning and late afternoons. Numerous places to eat/drink along the way. Beautiful paths along lakes, wooded areas and housing communities as well as shopping areas. At little bit of city and a lot country.

You will have to cross some major highways…very busy but this will improve when the city finally complets the underground tunnels. Have fun and watch out for us "recumbent trickers"

Aren't golf carts motorized?

I've never been anywhere, in any state, that allows motorized vehicles to run on a greenway where "no motorized vehicles" are allowed. I get it, this entire PTC community is designed around golf carts... but should it be? GA is near the top of the list for obesity. Maybe it's because when not driving in a car, people choose to sit in a golf cart. These paths would be amazing for bicyclists, if they were truly motor vehicle free. But, as it is, golf carts are allowed and 14 year old are allowed to drive them. These young inexperienced drivers whip their carts around blind curves, and speed at topped out speeds next to runners, cyclists and kids. Get out of your golf carts Peachtree City-ians! Multi use paths are for being active not passive.

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