Welcome to the East Coast Greenway in Georgia
Historic Savannah, GA
The route through Georgia will use the Coastal Georgia Greenway. The route is approximately 160 miles, connecting South Carolina to Florida through Georgia’s six coastal counties. The network links towns, attractions, recreational sites, historic and cultural sites, waterways, and natural habitats of the coast.
The route will follow various north-south routes, including the U.S. Highway 17 corridor, abandoned rail corridors, and historic canal corridors, from which visitors can sample coastal imagery.
Most of the Georgia route is still on road, but the ECGA and volunteers throughout Georgia are working diligently to make this trail a reality.
Watch a video about the Coastal Georgia Greenway
Trail Status and Plans
Georgia Partners and Supporters
More information on trails and greenways in Georgia
Today, 6% of the Georgia route is off-road and 14% is under development while 41 miles of gap exists. The Coastal Georgia Greenway, serving as the GA Committee for the ECG, is working hard at developing partnerships throughout the state to move the trail forward.
To learn more about the trail progress and activities in Georgia, visit the GA Committee page.
ECG Maps and Cue Sheets
Google maps, turn-by-turn cue sheets, and overview maps are available to help plan your trip and find your way through the route in Georgia.
The ECGA is proud to be working with many great partners to bring the project to completion in the state of Georgia. Partners include but are not limited to:
Georgia Mile Sponsors
Thank you for your support! Your inscriptions are listed on our website and will eventually be posted in a kiosk along the Coastal Georgia Greenway. Find out more about the Mile Sponsor Program.
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