Historic Fourth Ward Park

Historic Fourth Ward Park, named for the surrounding Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, is a galvanizing greenspace amidst the surrounding bustle of the city. Encompassing 17 acres, this spectacular park is…

D.H. Stanton Park

Located in the Peoplestown neighborhood, D.H. Stanton Park is a shining example of the power of a collaborative community effort. A grassroots campaign resulted in the conversion of a small…

Boulevard Crossing Park

Five acres of greenspace form the first phase of Boulevard Crossing Park in the Chosewood Park neighborhood, just south of Grant Park and Zoo Atlanta. Once a vacant industrial lot,…

Perkerson Park

Located a few blocks south of the intersection of the Southside and Westside Trails, Perkerson Park is a gem nestled in the Capitol View neighborhood. The park is brimming with…

Master Planning

…2021 (Updated plan) Neighborhoods: Beulah Heights, Boulevard Heights, Chosewood Park, Grant Park, and Ormewood Park. Highlights of Subarea 3 include Boulevard Crossing Park, Chosewood Park, and Grant Park (and its…

Document Library

…on the Atlanta… Communications, Newsletter All Archived 134913600010/02/12 1349136000 — PDF Subarea 4: Park Master Plan – Lang Carson Park Project Goal: Parks 135112320010/25/12 1351123200 — PDF Subarea 2: Park

Rose Circle Park

Rose Circle Park sits at the southern end of the West End Trail and is just a block north of the Westside Trail. A long, slender park, it runs in…

Gordon White Park

Gordon White Park sits at the intersection of the West End Trail and the Westside Trail in the West End community. This triangle plot of land is home to an…

Westside Trail

…some of Atlanta’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods, running from Washington Park at Lena Street south to University Avenue. It’s a short walk from the Ashby MARTA station on the…

West End Trail

The West End Trail stretches 2.4 miles from Rose Circle Park on White Street, through Gordon White Park, and on to Westview Cemetery, seamlessly connecting several Southwest Atlanta neighborhoods, including…

Southside Trail

The Southside Trail is divided into six segments for construction purposes. Segment 1 is paved and open to the public. It runs 0.8 miles from the southern terminus of the…

Arthur Langford, Jr. Park

Arthur Langford, Jr. Park is located just a few blocks from the unpaved Atlanta BeltLine Southside Trail in the heart of the Joyland neighborhood. The park is named after the…

Westside BeltLine Connector

The Westside BeltLine Connector (WBC) provides 1.7 miles of connectivity from the heart of Downtown Atlanta to historic westside communities, including English Avenue, Bankhead, and Howell Station. It opened in…

Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark

Atlanta’s first public skatepark was greeted with great excitement, featuring a showcase from skateboard legend Tony Hawk, whose foundation contributed $25,000 towards the construction of the new facility. Located alongside…

Eastside Trail

…trail in the old rail corridor. The Eastside Trail, which was funded by a combination of public and private philanthropic sources, runs from the tip of Piedmont Park to Reynoldstown….

Southwest Connector Trail

The Southwest Connector Spur Trail is part of a larger trail network that connects neighborhoods in southwest Atlanta to the Westside Trail. When completed, this network will be 4.5 miles….

Northside Trail

Winding for approximately 1 mile through Tanyard Creek Park, the Northside Trail treats visitors to one of the most picturesque stretches of the Atlanta BeltLine. Offering a secluded feel that…

Atlanta BeltLine 2014 – A Year in Review

Park to the Eastside Trail, bringing accessibility to the thousands of residents living around the park and the trail by connecting the two projects. (Spoiler alert – follow the progress…