Great places flow from great rivers. That’s why Chattahoochee NOW is focused on a 53-mile corridor of the Chattahoochee, from the south end of the National Recreation Area down to Chattahoochee Bend State Park. Today, there are few places to access this stretch of our river – or even see it. NOW is the time to put these 53 miles on the map – as a corridor of sustainability for the Atlanta Region where recreation, preservation, community, and economic vitality are interconnected. We believe our riverfront can benefit everyone and are working to make that aspiration a reality.

We’ve seen it happen with the Atlanta BeltLine. We know that when corridors like the Chattahoochee River take on ideas designed to improve the lives of people, they become life-affirming social spaces and engines for our culture and economy – they bring us together and make our region stronger.
— Ryan Gravel, originator of the Atlanta Beltline concept

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