Boundary Waters is a beautiful 500-acre Park built in 2008. Located along the Chattahoochee River, much of the park is dedicated to active recreation which encompasses a state of the art Aquatic Center, Baseball, and Soccer Complexes. Other amenities include a children’s playground, 10 acre fishing pond, 12+ miles of multi-use trials for equestrian, mountain biking, hiking, and/or running. Boundary Waters Park’s newest asset, the Douglas County segment of the C.H.C. Greenway Trail, was completed in May of 2013. This is a new ¾ mile stretch of paved trail that connects to the current “natural” trail segment at Boundary Waters. For inquiries about Boundary Waters Park, call Peter Trent, Park Manager @ 770-489-2175 ext. 5059, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Concessions and Main Common Area
Douglas County Youth Baseball League (DCYBL)
Greenway Trail - Exit at Pond/End of Trail
For Information regarding 2015 Spring or Fall baseball seasons - www.dcybl.com
Douglas County Soccer Association
For information regarding 2015 Spring or Fall soccer seasons, contact (770) 780-5161 or visit http://ssaelite.com/
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 ordanances, and for any questions about Boundary Waters Park Trails, please call (770)489-2175 or email email@example.com Thank you, Peter Trent - Boundary Waters Park Manager
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.