Boulevard Crossing Park

From a Vacant Space to A Southside Treasure

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, this greenspace was created with the help of kudzu-eating goats that cleared the site (through partnership with Trees Atlanta!).

View the Boulevard Crossing Park final design concepts as presented in a public meeting on December 12, 2019.

In January 2020, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. – with support from partners – completed the final land acquisition to bring the total to 25 acres as originally envisioned for the park.


A regulation size soccer field with goals provides a perfect setting for rousing matches, while two large multi-use activity fields provide ample space for a game of catch, a picnic, or a moment of meditation.


Pack a picnic or plan a birthday party. The covered pavilion at Boulevard Crossing provides shade and seating for your next get together.


COMING SOON! The second phase of development will include the BeltLine’s fifth splash pad and also feature such great additions as a dog park and community garden.


Solar lamps help conserve energy, while organic landscaping techniques reduce maintenance costs and protect against erosion.

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Planning an Event?

The field at Boulevard Crossing Park can be reserved for games and special occasions.

To reserve the field by phone, please contact:

City of Atlanta Office of Recreation
(404) 546-6757

To reserve the field online, please visit iPARCS Atlanta.

PLEASE NOTE: power will not be supplied; if you need power for an event you will need to rent a generator.

Report Maintenance Issues

Maintenance issues on the trail can be reported by calling (404) 546-0311 or visiting

Please remember to always call 911 in the case of emergencies.