Springvale Park is a large neighborhood park and historic site in Atlanta’s Inman Park neighborhood. In addition to wooded hiking paths, pond and a large playground, the park was the site of a Civil War activity and attack on Federal troops.

The Inman Park MARTA station is about two blocks away from the park. Take a blue or green line train to the station and follow the signs pointing to Inman Park after exiting the fare gate. At street level, walk through the bus bay to enter Edgewood Avenue. The park is on the right near the Trolley Barn.

RIDER ALERT: The north Inman Park train station exit is closed until March 2019 for renovations. You can still get off the train at the station, but must take the south station exit, which requires a long walk to reach a tunnel under the railroad tracks to reach the neighborhood. A good alternate option is to board bus 16 at the Five Points MARTA station and exit at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library stop, which is next to the neighborhood. Bus 6 also departs from the Inman Park MARTA stations and travels up Moreland Avenue. Exit at Euclid Avenue to reach the neighborhood that way. Or take an Uber or Lyft car to the neighborhood.

 

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Parks Near MARTA
Navigating the Inman Park Station
Historic Sites Near MARTA

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