Revealing the Creek: Upcoming Projects
Big things are happening at South Fork Conservancy
Together, we are creating a place where children catch their first frogs and see their first blue herons. We are restoring creeks, meadows and forests where Atlantans can slow down and reconnect with the natural world and to each other. We are celebrating a place where wildlife thrives in the midst of one of the largest cities in America. This is the South Fork. Join us.
We’ve spearhead the creation of 3 public parks and built over 5 miles of trail. Now, we’re bringing it all together.
The Confluence Bridge is the centerpiece of our new trail infrastructure. Once finished, this project will link South Fork trails with the BeltLine and other urban trail systems while providing equitable access to the beauty of Peachtree Creek.
Why here? The confluence is more than the intersection of the North and South Forks of the Creek. It’s also a human confluence – PATH and BeltLine trails run nearby, as do MARTA and many of Atlanta’s major roadways. The Confluence Bridge will reveal the connectivity of our waterways and act as a gateway from our urban present to Atlanta’s natural past.
For more information about the Confluence Bridge, click here.
The Confluence Bridge is just the beginning - look below to see more about the future of the South Fork
Cheshire Farm Trailhead
Click here to learn about the Cheshire Farm trailhead, an informative and exciting point of entry to our trail system located just off Cheshire Bridge Road.
Click here to learn about the Lindbergh Drive Crosswalk, which will make it easier to walk from the Cheshire Farm Trail to the Meadow Loop Trail.
Creek Walk Connector
Click here to learn about our plans for a connecting path between the Confluence and Meadow Loop Trails.