Chastain Park PATH

The Chastain Park PATH is one of the most popular jogging and walking trails in Atlanta.  Located in a beautiful residential neighborhood just inside the perimeter, the trails border the rolling terrain of North Fulton Golf Course, winding through a lovely landscaped park and over a bridge spanning Nancy Creek.  Views of the creek's rocky banks and the tree lined pond along the northwestern section of the park provide welcome shady stretches as you stroll along the trails.

Socialize while strolling...

One of PATH’s more social trails, the double-loop trail around North Fulton Golf Course and Chastain Park, is frequented by groups walking dogs, running laps, and pushing baby strollers. The trail is marked as two 5K courses and a separate 3K course. There are lights along the loop around North Fulton Golf Course to facilitate predawn and evening use. This trail is available for all user groups but primarily functions as a pedestrian venue.

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Take "Park N Ride" to a New Level...

Are you looking for a great place to teach the kids to bicycle?  Chastain Park Trail named one of the "Best Bike Trails Around Atlanta" by Atlanta PARENT!   The asphalt trails give a little challenge for young cyclists.   Join the neighbors as you stroll or peddle with fellow walkers, bikers and joggers along the rolling hills and shady trails of Chastain Park.

Does Life Have You Running in Circles? Try a Trail Run!

Follow the scenic routes through Chastain Park's beautifully landscaped park for a great way to unwind!  Chastain Park Trail was named one of Atlanta Trails top places to run in Buckhead and one of their favorite Atlanta running trails.

Color-coded loop trails are well-marked at each intersection so that you can choose your distance, including two 5K loops as well as a 3K trail.


Chastain Park PATH Extension Approved!

Atlanta City Council Approves $2.2M for Chastain Park PATH

On November 6, the Atlanta City Council approved $2.2 million in funding for the extension of the Chastain Park path along Wieuca Road. Renew Atlanta, the Path Foundation, the Chastain Park Amphitheater Trust Fund, and the Chastain Park Conservancy will fund the project, estimated to cost $2.5 million.“We are excited to bring the Wieuca path project to serve the needs of this community and extend the Chastain Park Conservancy trail system. Through this partnership with the city of Atlanta and the Path Foundation we will extend the trail, add pedestrian and streetscape improvements, and widen the sidewalk,” Renew Atlanta/TSPLOST General Manager Faye DiMassimo said.

Northside Neighbor (November, 2017):

“Widening the sidewalk along Wieuca Road, to Path (Foundation) standards, has been a shared goal of the community, Chastain (Park) Conservancy, the city’s parks department and the Path Foundation. I am thrilled to bring this project to fruition by working with our partners and with significant funding from Renew Atlanta Bond proceeds,” District 8 Councilwoman Yolanda Adrean, who represents part of Buckhead, including the park, said in a news release. “This project will complete the path, in its entirety, around Chastain Park, accommodating the thousands of walkers, runners, strollers and families that enjoy this beautiful City park and all its amenities.”


Buckhead View (November, 2017):

“The Chastain Park Conservancy is thrilled to invest in the implementation of the West Wieuca PATH Sidewalk Widening project,” said Jennifer Richter, President of the Chastain Park Conservancy.

“Chastain Park hosts more than 2 million park users every year – from walkers and runners to kids enjoying the playground and ball fields to tennis players and swimmers-and West Wieuca Road is the Park’s ‘Main Street’,” said Richter.

“Our partnership with the PATH Foundation and the City of Atlanta has proven to be successful for all ongoing park capital improvements including the PATH and beautification along both Lake Forest Road and Powers Ferry Road. The West Wieuca project will be no different, and I can’t wait to see the results,” explained Richter.

The PATH Foundation hopes to begin construction along Wieuca Road in June to coincide with summer break from school.

Chastain Park Trail Maps