The PATH Foundation is celebrating 20 years of building a network of off-road trails in and around Atlanta for walkers, runners, cyclists and skaters. This system of scenic greenways preserve our region’s forested character and offer opportunities for families to enjoy nature together.
Public support for the PATH Foundation continues to grow. With a lean and efficient administrative structure, PATH spends more than 90 percent of the donations it receives on trail building, demonstrating its ability to complete projects on schedule, under budget, while leveraging significant public funding.
PATH trails enhance community spirit and bring neighborhoods together. Each day, thousands of joggers, walkers, bikers and skaters from all walks of life escape the roads and hit the trails for travel and recreation. The demand for trails has increased dramatically as our citizens look for safer ways to exercise, recreate and reconnect with their neighbors.
PATH has made significant progress toward building Georgia a network of trails, including: The Silver Comet, Stone Mountain, Lionel Hampton, Westside, Arabia Mountain, Chastain Park, Nancy Creek, Whetstone Creek, South Decatur Trolley, Northwest Atlanta, and Freedom Park Trails.