Along the Atlanta Beltline trail you’ll find runners, walkers, skateboarders, bikers and spectators. The beltline once was unused railroad corridors and is now 22 miles of parks and trails circling the city neighborhoods. In 2017, the Atlanta Beltline had more than 1.8 million visitors.
The beltline continues to expand from Irwin to Kirkwood Avenue, crossing Hulsey Yard and Dekalb Avenue. The second expansion is now in the works. The Eastside Trail’s southern extension will take the trail down to Memorial Drive. The trail will cross over the bridge at Fulton Street.
If you’re planning to take in some sunshine this spring and summer, the beltline will be a great place to have some fun. Here are a few ways to experience the beltline:
Spring is approaching quickly and it’s time to begin preparing our EAV Garden Plots for spring planting. If you’ve never had your soil tested, this might be a good time to do so. After you’ve discovered the state of your soil, there are some basic practices that will improve its quality. Adding compost to the top 4” to 5” is an easy strategy. Organic material adds air space to the...Read More
As we all know East Atlanta Village is a great place to live and one of Atlanta’s Historic corners of the city. The EAV has been around for years and is steady growing. It is known for its fun, relax, and corky vibes and awesome culture. Not to mention all the eclectic events and neighborhood jams that flow through the Village. One upcoming event scheduled to...Read More