Walk, Jog or Bike

Walkers, joggers, and bicyclists can circle the mountain on a 5 mile loop.

Motor vehicle traffic is one-way on the back side of the mountain with wide, dedicated lanes for jogging and biking. Where Robert E. Lee Blvd. has two-way traffic, walkers and joggers must use the sidewalk, not the paved motor vehicle lanes.

Bicyclists can ride along the paved roadways inside the Park. There is a dedicated bicycle lane on Robert E. Lee Blvd. on the back side of the mountain. Bikers must ride single file and follow all traffic laws. Bikes are permitted during daylight hours and after dark with proper lights. Helmets are required for all riders under age 16. Bikes and other motorized vehicles (including scooters) are not allowed on the mountain, sidewalks, or any unpaved nature or hiking trails. There are no mountain biking trails inside the park.

Public restrooms are located along Robert E. Lee Boulevard at the base of the Walk-up Trail, Skyride parking lot, and Grist Mill.

Access to the park is included with a daily or annual parking pass.

Organized Walks and Runs

Please click here for information on hosting a walk or run event at Stone Mountain Park.

Things To Know