The LINC is a new, exciting multipurpose trail built on public rights of way and greenspace, creating a 26-mile network of paved paths for recreating and socializing in Newnan, Georgia.
The LINC trail system is enjoyed by walkers, runners, skaters, bicyclists, and people using non-motorized vehicles.
LINC positively impacts property values, community health, and economic development in and around the Newnan community.
The LINC encourages physical activity and active transportation, producing real public health benefits.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the streets as the LINC facilitates socialization, public education, and community events.
The LINC conserves land, offers “safe-nature” recreation, and promotes environmental awareness.
January 19, 2021 – Mayor Keith Brady joined Friends of LINC’s Parks Avery for a ribbon connecting event in celebration of the new LINC bridge. Conceptually connecting east and west hemispheres of the City, the bridge spans more than 180 feet over Interstate 85. We can now walk, run, or bike from Summergrove all the […]
The LINC bridge construction is completed! Approach trails on both ends are now paved and fenced. Contractors are actively working to paint the LINC green crosswalks to signify that you are, literally, on the right path! The new distance, from the terminus of Phase 1 at Summerlin Road, to the end of this new section […]
A path system is a great asset for any community. I’ve long been among those behind the efforts to add paths and connectivity to communities all over the land. Newnan area folks are gaining a wonderful thing as The LINC path system gets built. Most of us live busy, demanding, over-scheduled lives. Though we were […]