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Deer Lick Park

Contact: Tracie Ivey - Recreation Superintendent

2105 Mack Road
Douglasville, Georgia 30135
Phone: 770-920-7129
Fax: 770-920-7191

COVID-19 Update:

Dear Douglas County Citizens:

Effective May 1st beginning at noon, the following trails and/or walking tracks, and disc golf courses will reopen for public use and thereafter will be open daily 8:00 a.m. until dark.:

Parks with Walking Trails and/or Tracks:
Clinton Park
Deer Lick Park
Boundary Waters trails
Dog River trails
woodrow Wilson
FairPlay Park walking track

Parks with Disc Golf Courses:
Dog River Park
Boundary Waters Park
Deer Lick Park

All facilities, restrooms, pavilions, and playgrounds are still closed to the public. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation and understanding. Deer Lick Park staff (770) 920-7129 and Boundary Waters Park staff (770) 489-2175 are available for inquiries. We strongly encourage everyone to adhere to Social Distancing and all other guidelines set forth by the CDC to prevent the spread of COVID19. For any inquiries beyond this notice please feel free to contact Tracie Ivey via email. I will answer all emails as quickly as I can. Thank you.

Deer Lick Park
Deer Lick Park 

Deer Lick Park

This 66-acre park is located on Mack Road north of Fairburn Road and serves as the headquarters for the Recreation Division of Douglas County Parks and Recreation. The Park includes both passive and active areas. Activities include softball, volleyball, disc golf, tennis, basketball, Mini-Golf, Bocce, and Batting Cages. Passive activities include fishing, walking, picnicking, playground, and special events. Facilities include athletic fields, activity center, gymnasium, tennis courts, amphitheater, gazebo, group shelters, and restroom facilities. The Park also hosts a 3-acre fishing lake with a pier. Group shelters throughout the park can be reserved for many activities, including family reunions, birthday parties and company functions.

Unless otherwise reserved all Douglas County outdoor park facilities are available on a first-come first-serve basis

Douglas County Park facilities may be reserved by:

1. Download and complete the reservation application under the downloadable documents to the right.

2. Once complete you can bring the completed form in and check for availability.

3. If there is a rental available and the amount is under $100.00 the payment must be paid in full. If over $100.00 you may put a 50% deposit down on the rental to hold it. The full amount will be due the day before your event.

IN A HURRY - The Reservation Office is located at Deer Lick Park, 2105 Mack Road, Douglasville, GA and complete the entire process in person. The Office is open Monday - Saturday, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Guest Services is located in the Deer Lick Park Activity Center

Recreation Division Staff
Tracie Ivey, Recreation Superintendent

Tammy Cochran, Community Programs Coordinator
770.920.7129 EXT: 5035

Brandon Davis, Athletic Programs Coordinator
770.920.7129 EXT: 5034

Jessica Morgan, Therapeutics Programs Coordinator
770.920.7129 EXT: 5036

Donna Reed, Guest Services

Yashica Accilien, Guest Services

Joe Kearney, Guest Services

Rochelle Morgan, Recreation Division Secretary

Deer Lick Park - Family Fun Center
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Park Bench Spring/Summer 2020

On-line Parks and Recreation Registration

Georgia Association Health Physical Education Recreation & Dance
This is an organization for professionals and students in related fields of health, physical education, recreation and dance. GAHPERD is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all Georgians by supporting and promoting effective educational practices, quality curriculum, instruction and assessment in the areas of health, physical education, recreation, dance and related fields.

Georgia Recreation & Park Association
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National Recreation & Park Association
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