The Stone Mountain Trail begins with the John Portman Cycle Track at Centennial Olympic Park, then continues across Piedmont Ave in downtown Atlanta, along the Freedom Parkway trail and ends at the loop around Stone Mountain. The nineteen mile-long trail does require on-street travel for almost four miles, in Candler Park and through Clarkston. The trail connects downtown Atlanta to the ML King Historic site, the Carter Center, Fernbank History Center, downtown Decatur, Stone Mountain Village, and Stone Mountain Memorial Park. The trail ends at the loop road around Stone Mountain affording travelers access to all Stone Mountain Park venues.
|Avondale Marta Station |
Amenities: parking and restrooms.
|Bike Repair Station at Candler Park |
Bike repair station including bike hanger, tools and air pump.
|Clarkston City Hall |
|Downtown Decatur |
Amenities: Marta station, parking, restrooms, restaurants and bike shops.
|East Lake Marta Station |
|Inman Park-Reynoldstown Marta Station |
|Little Five Points Commercial District |
Amenities: parking, restrooms, shops, restaurants, and bike shop.
|Martin Luther King Jr. Center |
Amenities: parking, restrooms, and restaurants.
|Stone Mountain Park |
Amenities: parking, restrooms, water, and restaurants.
|Stone Mountain PATH (Starts at Centennial Olympic Park / John Portman Cycle Track) |
|Stone Mountain Village |
Amenities: parking, restrooms, restaurants, and bike shop.
|The Carter Center |
Amenities: parking, restrooms, restaurant and picnic tables.
|Your Dekalb Farmers Market |
Amenities: restrooms and restaurant.