ARABIA MOUNTAIN— This “mountain” is actually a granite monadnock, or an isolated rock hill (much like Stone Mountain). The 2,550-acre area includes two lakes and plenty of trails that vary in distance, difficulty and topographic scenery. www.arabiaalliance.org. Arabia Mountain Path, Lithonia, GA 30038,. Map1/F8 ATLANTA BELTLINE— The Beltline was born from a graduate thesis that envisioned transforming 22 miles of decaying railroad lines into a ring of multiuse trails and public transit. Today, only a few sections of the massive project are open to the public. Stroll, run, bike or blade the popular Eastside Trail, stopping on the way to view public art installations. Download app or check website to find additional access points. www.beltline.org. CENTENNIAL OLYMPIC PARK— This 21-acre park is a permanent legacy to the Atlanta-hosted 1996 Olympic Games. During Summer months, you’ll find children splashing in the Fountain of Rings and families picnicking on the expansive lawns. Grab a bite at Googie Burger, a local favorite and the only restaurant on park grounds. www. centennialpark.com. 265 Luckie St., Downtown, 404.222.7275. Map3/H4 CHASTAIN PARK— This 260-acre park is home to a golf course, an arts center, a horse park, an amphitheater, ball fields, and walking and running paths. www.chastainpark.org. 4001 Powers Ferry Rd., Buckhead, 404.237.2177. Map2/B2 HISTORIC FOURTH WARD PARK— This new 12-acre park offers greenspace, a two-acre lake, amphitheater, skate park, modern playground and splash pad in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. The park is connected to the Atlanta BeltLine. Open daily 6 am-11 pm. www.h4wpc.com. 665 North Ave. NE, 404.590.7275. Map1/D7 PIEDMONT PARK— Considered Atlanta’s Central Park, the 182-acre park is popular with joggers, bicyclists and rollerbladers, and hosts festivals and events nearly every weekend during warm- weather months. The park also offers tennis courts, playgrounds, athletic fields and a dog park. www. piedmontpark.org. Piedmont Avenue (between 10th Street and Westminster Drive), Midtown, 404.875.7275. Map3/C7 SILVER COMET TRAIL— This scenic, 61.5-mile trail is perfect for hiking, walking, biking, horseback riding and rollerblading, and is wheelchair accessible. The trail connects to the Chief Ladiga Trail, a 33-mile trek at the Georgia/Alabama border. The Silver Comet Trail starts at the Mavell Road Trailhead in Smyrna and ends at the Esom Hill Trailhead near Cedartown. www.silvercometga.com. Mavell Road Trailhead, 4573 Mavell Road,. Map1/B5; Esom Hill Trailhead, 215 Hardin Road, Esom Hill.