“There are no shortcuts
to a place worth going.”

Helen Keller

Longest loop!

With more than 18 miles of concrete path, the GreenBelt claims the title of the longest, paved loop trail in Georgia!

Carrollton GreenBelt
is the largest green-space and green-way conservation project that the City of Carrollton has undertaken.

True Multi-Use
The shared-use path was designed for pedestrians, bikers, and other non-motorized users and to connect neighborhoods with the Carrollton City School campus, University of West Georgia, city parks, and several commercial and shopping areas.

GreenBelt serves the community in several capacities. Primarily, it serves as a recreational opportunity. Given the planned, strategic location of the trail, the community can also utilize the trail as an alternative to vehicular travel.

Green Space
The Carrollton GreenBelt is a linear city park! The trail connects several active and passive recreational areas that include ball fields, gyms, a pool, and new mountain bike trails.

Ready to enjoy the trail?

Please follow the trail rules and be courteous to other users. The trail is optimized for foot and bike traffic and is open to all non-motorized use, like skates and skateboards.

Motorized wheelchairs are welcome! The GreenBelt is ADA compliant and all of the trail amenities can accommodate wheelchair access!

Make our trail better – join Adopt A Trail

The Adopt-A-Trail initiative is a great way for individuals, families, and organizations to get involved with the Carrollton GreenBelt by supplementing the maintenance efforts of the City of Carrollton Parks and Recreation Department. Carrollton community is invited to take responsibility for the trail by performing simple tasks that include picking up litter, reporting repair needs, and cleaning trail signage.

Anyone can sign up to care for a section of the trail. We welcome individuals, families, churches, social groups, schools, scout troops, community organizations, and businesses. As some parts of the trail are longer and more remote than others, groups of at least two volunteers are encouraged.