The roots of the City of Lithonia run deep.

The Ruth Carroll Dally Johnson Interpretive Garden, located next to the Lithonia Woman’s Club in historic downtown Lithonia. This garden is the Historic Gateway to the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area.

Lithonia Walk About Tour

Explorers can discover the remains of the first public African American school in DeKalb County, two historic churches founded in the 1860s, and local shops. Use the Walk About map to create your own self-guided tour of this community. After you enjoy the sites in Lithonia, head to the PATH trail to connect with over 20 miles of paved trails within the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area. From Johnson Street follow the trail to the Mall at Stonecrest or Arabia Mountain.

Click the image to download a PDF version of the Lithonia Walking Map.