June 2014: Michael Montgomery and James Lismore at our first trailhead sign on the Meadow trail

June 2014: Michael Montgomery and James Lismore at our first trailhead sign on the Meadow trail

The Meadow Loop

This one-mile loop is right across Lindbergh Drive from the Cheshire Farm Trail. The trailhead offers a glimpse of Midtown offices spires while the simple mulched trail takes you past a varied landscape of meadows and woods. The path leads to a beautiful view of Peachtree Creek and a clearing where we are replacing kudzu and privet with native species. A little further downstream, visitors enter a lightly-wooded area that will eventually connect to the Confluence Trail and the headwaters of Peachtree Creek. 

How Do You Get There?

On street parking is available at the nearby intersection of Lindridge and Armand Drives. Several MARTA routes travel down Lindbergh. You can take MARTA rail to the Lindbergh Station and walk east on Lindbergh. You'll see the trail sign after you walk under the highway.  

Wildflowers on the meadow Loop trail attract butterflies and honey bees.

Wildflowers on the meadow Loop trail attract butterflies and honey bees.

 
January 2010: Trail clearing begins

January 2010: Trail clearing begins

Clearing the Meadow Trail head in 2011