393 Riverside Pkwy NE, Rome, GA 30161
Dawn to Dusk
The ECO Greenway is Rome’s popular riverfront, paved, multi-purpose trail system that runs through historic Downtown Rome connecting dining and shopping to area attractions and parks. The City of Rome and Floyd County have plans already underway to expand the greenway to connect to AdventHealthStadium and also add a leg to connect to Lindale.
Rome’s rivers and surrounding train tracks once served as the main thoroughfare for transportation. Each section of the trail is named for the history of the area. Interpretive signs along the trail identify historic landmarks and share Rome’s history and cultural development.
Total Trail Network Distance
16.7 miles of trail segments
The ECO Greenway is paved and offers over 16 miles of trails making it a great trail for biking!
– Local Bike Repair: Revive Cycle Works
– Check ECO Greenway map for bike repair stations on the trail
Provided is a map of trailheads offering access to different sections of the ECO Greenway and points of interest. View PDF
The upcoming Mt. Berry Trail extension to AdventHealth Stadium will soon create a continuous 13-mile loop around Rome’s rivers (The section of the trail that is under construction is noted on the map above as a dashed green line). The loop should be completed by early 2023! Planning is also already underway for expansion of the ECO Greenway with construction of the Lindale Trail that will connect downtown Lindale to the Kingfisher Trail.