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A multi-use path connecting nature and communities along North Fork Peachtree Creek.

Connecting:

Atlanta · Brookhaven · Chamblee · DeKalb · Doraville

Atlanta BeltLine · Path400

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The Peachtree Creek Greenway is a transportation and recreation path and park along North Fork Peachtree Creek. It is for pedestrians, runners, cyclists, and anyone looking for ways to enjoy nature.

 

The multi-use path will enhance livability in and around Doraville to Atlanta, connecting to Path400 and the Atlanta BeltLine.

The Peachtree Creek Greenway is a boon to the environment, the economy, and the health of residents, workers, and visitors along the route.

 

The Peachtree Creek Greenway is now open in Brookhaven. It runs for 1.3 miles from North Druid Hills Road to Briarwood Road. 

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Trail Hours: 6am - 11pm

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Trailheads (visitor parking lots) are located at:
- 2036 North Druid Hills Rd., Brookhaven
- 1801 Corporate Blvd., Brookhaven
- 1799 Briarwood Rd., Brookhaven

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12 Miles

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4 Cities

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Neighborhoods

Connecting

People and Places

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12 Miles

of alternative transport and recreation

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Benefits

of the Greenway

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Community
  • Connect neighborhoods

  • Open public spaces

  • Increase living standard

  • Encourage outdoor recreation

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Health
  • Promote healthy lifestyle

  • Reduce stress

  • Encourage physical activity and healthy lifestyle

  • Reduce air pollution

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Transportation
  • Offer safe car-less transportation option

  • Open up more access

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Environment
  • Protect urban ecology

  • Preserve green space and wildlife corridor

  • Improve water and air quality

  • Protect aquatic life

  • Serve as natural floodplain

  • Help prevent soil erosion and runoff

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Economy
  • Support economic opportunity

  • Increase foot traffic

  • Economic renewal and growth

  • Increase property value

  • Strengthen local economy.

  • Increase recreation related spending