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Atlanta Biking Trails - JYB Realty

The weather is warm, the sun is shining, and it's the perfect time to hit Atlanta's bike trails. With parks, nature preserves, and an extensive, connected trail system running through Atlanta, it's easy to find a trail to ride in any part of the city. Even if you don't own a bike, there are convenient rental stations located in some of the city's most popular parks. Our real estate agents have the details on six of the best trails for biking around Atlanta.

  1. Tanyard Creek Park - 73 28th St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30309
    If you're searching for a family-friendly park for bike riding close to Atlanta homes for sale, then Tanyard Creek Park is the perfect place to start. This park is the perfect place to pick up the Northside Trail on the Atlanta BeltLine, which features trails that connect to a wide variety of greenspaces throughout the city. The Northside Trail runs parallel to the Bobby Jones Golf Course before winding its way through the outdoor beauty of Tanyard Creek Park and connecting with other nearby parks.

  2. Morningside Nature Preserve – 2020 Lenox Rd. NE, Atlanta, GA 30324
    It's easy to find natural beauty in the heart of Atlanta, and Morningside Nature Preserve is a great example of why that's the case. This gorgeous, 30-acre park is located in the Morningside neighborhood and features a two-mile trail that's perfect for a quick bike ride. The highlight of the trail is a unique wooden suspension bridge, which carries you over a creek that's surrounded by a lush landscape.

  3. Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area – 3444 Cobb Pkwy., Atlanta, GA 30339
    Enjoy beautiful waterfront scenery when you ride the trails at Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, which also features plenty of places to stop for a scenic picnic after your ride. If spotting wildlife is one of your favorite parts of hitting the trails, this is the perfect place to visit. There are a variety of connected trails that make it easy to spot local flora and fauna.

  4. Freedom Park – Moreland Ave. NE & North Ave. NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
    Freedom Park 
    is the largest linear park in Atlanta, making it the perfect place to visit when you're looking for a longer bike ride. In addition to featuring tons of trails, Freedom Park is one of Atlanta's most popular places for public art. There are more than 200 acres to explore, with art around every corner.

  5. Daniel Johnson Nature Preserve – 1301 Beech Valley Rd. NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
    Paved trails are great for a relaxing ride, but what if you want to go mountain biking in Atlanta? Daniel Johnson Nature Preserve features unpaved nature trails that are perfect for beginner and intermediate mountain bikers. The main trail is a one-mile loop, so it's easy to extend your ride as long as you'd like with multiple trips around the trail.

  6. Piedmont Park – 1320 Monroe Dr. NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
    With a scenic lake, a connected network of trails, and some beautiful gardens to visit after your ride, Piedmont Park is an ideal place to turn a quick bike ride into a full day of outdoor fun. Piedmont Park is also a hub for the BeltLine trail system, so it's easy to continue your ride to other parts of the city.

Searching for a home that makes it easy to enjoy all of the outdoor attractions around Atlanta? We can help. Contact us to buy and sell homes throughout the Atlanta, GA area.

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