This trail has two trailheads, one on the north side of Lindbergh Dr and the other on the west side of Cheshire Bridge Rd NE. The trail links the two roads and follows along the north fork of Peachtree Creek, and under I-85.
This gravel- and paved-surface path was named after Captain Hezekiah Cheshire whose farmhouse was once located near where the trail now sits. More history about Captain Cheshire and the area is available from the South Fork Conservancy, who played a role in the creation of the trail.
When the new exit connecting I-85 and GA-400 was being built, the Georgia Department of Transportation agreed to the creation of the Cheshire Farm trail as a compromise to the neighborhood. The trail was completed in 2014.
Miles from downtown Atlanta: 6
Bilingual interpretive signage