The anticipated Late Spring/Early Summer 2021 opening of the $44 million Westside Park will change the surrounding landscape far beyond just becoming the largest green space in the city. It will also serve as a catalyst for Westside neighborhoods and become the home of a critical backup source of drinking water for the entire city. Upon completion, the park will encompass a total of approximately 280 acres, nearly one hundred acres larger than Piedmont Park, and will connect Proctor Creek Greenway and Chattahoochee River Corridor with the Atlanta Beltline.
Westside Park will serve as a source for critical emergency water reserves for the City of Atlanta.
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ATLANTA’S LARGEST PARK
Lighting, signage, and well-designed graphics to enhance pedestrian and bicycle traffic.
Grand overlook area will maximize panoramic views of the reservior and Atlanta Skyline.
Visitors will be able to expereince the quarry by ADA accessible trails leading to the grand overlook.
At 280 acres, Westside Park will be Atlanta’s largest park.
Currently, the City of Atlanta maintains over 3,000 acres of parkland and greenspace and operates 33 recreational centers. Once Westside Park is complete, Atlanta will be home to over 400 parks. The intersection of Johnson Road and Grove Park Place will serve as the gateway entrance into Westside Park.