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      Southside Park Running Trail

      Distance

      5.3 miles

      Trail Description

      A whole bunch of great groups* helped pack 5.3 miles of trail within the city limits. These trails provide something for everybody. The beginner loop is easy rolling single-track while the intermediate has more vertical with some rocks. The advanced section has some excellent short hills to practice your power hiking skills and has some tough rock garden areas that will make you pay attention. The trails are newer and not as highly trafficked but a well-marked.

      Post-run Eats + Drinks

      Pho Dai Loi

      Who wants some warm Pho after a cold winter run? A solid Vietnamese restaurant just five minutes from the trailhead.

      Cabanas Grill Restaurant 

      Great Latin American food with good service.

      Parking options

      3460 Jonesboro Rd SE, Atlanta GA 30354

      Grant Park Running Trail

      Grant Park Running Trail

      Distance

      2.2 mile loop around + 1.25 miles inside the park

      Trail Description

      Route Description: Grant Park has a 2.2 mile sidewalk that runs around the 131- acre greenspace with an additional mile plus wide paved road that runs through the park. No cars are allowed to drive through the park so you’ll have all the space you need. The route is made up of rolling hills and good for all fitness levels. The park was established in 1883 and is filled with history and has a beautiful tree canopy shows off its colors in the Spring, Summer and Fall. Learn more about Grant Park and all it has to offer at http://www.gpconservancy.org/.

      Post-run Eats + Drinks

      Grant Central Pizza

      Solid pizza, pasta and drinks. 451 Cherokee Ave, Atlanta 30312
      Dakota Blue

      Open for breakfast, Lunch and dinner
      Ria’s Bluebird

      Local favorite for brunch and lunch. It may be a bit of a wait but you’ll be glad you did. https://riasbluebird.com/  421 Memorial Drive SE, Atlanta 30312

      Parking options

      Zoo Atlanta- 800 Cherokee Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30315 (free)
      Free street parking available on Cherokee Ave. and Park Ave.

      Grant Park Atlanta running trail

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