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Boundary Waters Park

Contact: Peter Trent - Boundary Waters Park Manager

5000 Highway 92/166
Douglasville, Georgia 30135
Phone: 678-449-3975
Fax: 770-577-3329

Dear Douglas County Citizens:

On May 1 at noon the trail system and disc golf course at the following parks:Boundary Waters Trails and Disc Golf, Deer Lick Walking Track and Disc Golf Dog River Trails and Disc Golf, Fairplay Walking Track, Woodrow, Wilson Walking Track, and Clinton Walking Track and Nature Trails will be open for public use. Park hours will be from 8am – Dark. We highly encourage social distancing and for you to follow any guidelines set by the CDC. The Baseball, Soccer, and Football fields are still closed until further notice. Thank you for your understanding

Boundary Waters and Deer Lick Park will have staff available for any inquiries: Boundary Waters Park (770) 489-2175 Deer Lick Park (770) 920-7129 .

Boundary Waters Park is a 492 acre park that hosts a multitude of scheduled and passive recreational activities for children and adults of all ages. Boundary Waters Park officially opened to scheduled recreational activities in the spring of 2007 when the first youth baseball league season was played. Much of the park is dedicated to active recreation which include a beautiful 8 field baseball complex, 2 regulation sized soccer fields, and a regulation sized football field. Additional amenities include a children's playground, 10 acre fishing pond, 12+ miles of multi-use trials for equestrian, running, mountain biking, and hiking, and 2,18 hole Disc Golf Courses. Boundary Waters Park also features the Douglas County segment of the Chattahoochee Hill Country Regional Greenway Trail which was completed in May of 2013. This is a 3/4 mile stretch of paved trail that connects to the current "natural" trail segment of Boundary Waters and once completed, will connect with Sweetwater Creek State Park, the cities/counties of Carroll, Coweta, Fulton, and the City of Chattahoochee Hills to complete a 98 mile greenway corridor. For inquiries about Boundary Waters Park, call Peter Trent, Park Manager @ 770-489-2175 ext. 5059, or email

Concessions and Main Common Area
Concessions and Main Common Area 
Boundary Waters Park Event & Trail Calendar

Greenway Trail - Exit at Pond/End of Trail
Greenway Trail - Exit at Pond/End of Trail 
Boundary Waters Park - Youth Athletic Association Information
Douglas County Youth Baseball League (DCYBL): For Information regarding 2019 the Fall baseball season, please visit our baseball association - Douglas County Youth Baseball League's website at - Registration is now OPEN for FALL 2019 and ENDS August 16th. Spring Registration begins online on October 25th- January 26, 2020. On site Registration will be held on January 18th and 25th, 2020 at Gables Sporting Goods from 10AM-1PM.

Douglas County Soccer Association: For information regarding 2019 Spring or Fall soccer seasons, contact our Soccer Association at (770) 780-5161 or visit

Boundary Waters Coyotes - Youth Football: For Information Regarding the 2019 Football Season(s), visit, call 770-342-8616 email:

Chattahoochee Hill Country Greenway Trail
The Douglas County Segment of the Chattahoochee Hill Country Greenway Trail was completed in May of 2013. This is an "out-and-back," concrete paved trail, built on a portion of the park's natural surface trails, that is approximately 3/4 of a mile in length. To gain access to the trail, use the main trail head located behind the Aquatic Center's parking lot, where it comes to an end at the gravel road near the Pond. Horse riding is not allowed on this trail segment, and riders must continue to use the horse trail entrances. Please continue to respect and abide by all park ordinances. For questions regarding Boundary Waters Park Trails, please call (770)489-2175 or email


FROM I-20, Take Fairburn Rd (Hwy 92) south, at intersection of Hwy 166 & Hwy 92 - Turn Right, Park is on the left (approx. 1-1/2 miles) just before the Chattahoochee River.

FROM HWY 166, Take Hwy 166 east, at intersection of Hwy 92 - Turn Left, Park is approx. 1/2 mile on right.