The Greenway mostly follows the Coastal Georgia Greenway route through the state's six coastal counties. The route links historic and cultural sites, waterways, and natural habitats.
The route through Georgia mostly follows the Coastal Georgia Greenway, 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 Greenway will follow various north-south routes, including the U.S. Highway 17 corridor, abandoned rail lines, and historic canal corridors, from which visitors can sample coastal imagery. Most of the Georgia route is still on road, but a growing number of volunteers and municipal officials are working diligently to make this trail a reality.
Please note: To cross between Georgia and Florida across the St. Marys River, as an alternative to riding Highway 17, touring cyclists can:
SAVE THE DATE: The Georgia East Coast Greenway Committee will meet in Savannah on Monday, August 5, 10 am to noon. For more information, write to Brent Buice.
Half-day walking tour recommended by Brent Buice
2-day out-and-back bike ride: Recommended by Sarah Sanford
3-4 day bike tour recommended by Bruce Donald
We'll send monthly updates on East Coast Greenway progress and people.
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