Rose Circle Park

A Quiet Respite in a Historic Setting

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 between two parts of White Street and Rose Circle in the historic West End neighborhood.


Neighborhood pick-up games are a regular occurrence on the park’s full basketball court. Younger kids and families can enjoy the playground on the park’s north side.

Enjoy Art

Take note of the ginkgo leaf sculpture, “Cycles” by artist David Landis. And walk nearby to the Lawton Street underpass and view the first mural on the Atlanta BeltLine: “The West End Remembers” by Malaika Favorite.


Take a break on the benches in the park. Visitors will find trash and recycling cans, located conveniently.


Experience Atlanta’s Historic West End. Stop on Peeples St. and visit the Hammonds House Museum, celebrating the legacy of artists of African descent. Around the corner on Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. sits the Wren’s Nest, historic home of author Joel Chandler Harris.

Aluma Farm & Farmstand

Fresh produce sold locally and direct to customers.
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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.