Neighborhoods in The River Line Historic Area embracing historic resources to unite the community as a place of distinction linking Vinings, Smyrna and Mableton, Georgia.
Woodland Preserve

Woodland Preserve

Vinings, Woodland Brook Rd. and Atley Woods Dr.

(previously Settlement Rd.)

  •  Artillery Fort

Olde Ivy at Vinings

Atlanta Road and Log Cabin Road

  • Shoupade Fort & trench
  • Carmichael Farm Spring House
  • Carmichael Farm - National Register of Historic Places 

Park Avenue & the Views

(North) Oakdale Road  and  Fort Drive

  • River Line Historic Area street signs
  • Shoupade Park - 2 shoupades and 1 artillery redan with connecting trenches
  • Living with History, River Line 1864
  • Cannon donated by Easlan Capital (not yet installed)

The Regency at Oakdale Ridge

(South)  Oakdale Road

  • River Line Historic Area street signs

Riverline Crossing

(South)  Oakdale Road

  • Subdivision named for historic area
  • 2 fortifications preserved

Johnston's Crossing (South)  Oakdale Road at Roberts Drive

  • Subdivision named for historic area

River Line Hill  (South)  Oakdale Road

  • Historic subdivision name 
  • RLHA logo featured on entrance monument
  • Historic streets: Sharp Drive & Abatis Way
  • Historic interpretive sign at entrance
  • 3 rifle pits preserved
z Enclave at Oakdale
Enclave at Oakdale & Oakdale Bluffs
(South) Oakdale Road between Dickerson Road and Veterans Memorial Hwy.
  • River Line Historic Area street signs
  • Shoupade preseved, fenced with interpretive sign and accessible to the public at the City of Smyrna's River Line Park.

Registry Oaks

Buckner Road

  • Federal trench preserved.  (No public access)


Buckner Road

  • Mill Dams

Legacy at The River Line

(South)  Oakdale Road


  • Historic subdivision name
  • River Line Historic Area street signs
  • RLHA logo featured on entrance monument 
  • River Line display in club house
Providence            Veterans Memorial Hwy. & Queen Mill Road

The Providence subdivision is a 145- acre gated housing development located in the Chattahoochee River Line Battlefield.  There is a 6 acre parcel containing 2 Civil War Forts and significant trench line deemed worthy of preservation by a professional archaeology survey.  Dec 19, 2017 The Cobb County Board of Commissioners approved Pulte's plan to build townhomes on the historically rich 6 acres.  Although the military earthworks are shown on the site plan, the lack of surrounding buffers will leave them vulnerable to land disturbance and compromise the interpretive integrity of the historic site.  This is a link to the petition requesting the 6 acre historical site be preserved as green space for the community.