City of Decatur Parks
A four-acre park adjacent to the historic Mary Gay House, Swanton House and log cabin where Decatur’s annual Heritage Festival is held. The park has picnic tables with trash receptacles and a playground area. An off-leash area is provided for Decatur residents whose dogs obey voice command. Street parking only.
404 W. Trinity Pl.
Ebster Pool Atlanta Ave.
A large multipurpose field is a key feature at this five-acre neighborhood recreational facility. There is a pool house with swimming pool, a small pavilion with tables and grills, basketball courts and a playground area. The park shares a parking lot with Ebster Center and the Beacon Hill artists.
Glenlake Park & Pool
1121 Church St.
A 17-acre park with picnic tables, grills and trash receptacles, swimming pool and pool house, picnic pavilion, and a tennis center with five courts. There is a small upper field and a lower youth baseball field, a basketball/volleyball court, playground area, and an enclosed dog park for Decatur residents and their pets.
Hidden Cove Park
758 Scott Blvd.
A three-acre park directly behind the former Westchester Elementary School, offering a perfect place for a walk or some quiet time on a sunny day. The Westchester community has worked hard to preserve and beautify the park with native plants and a nature trail along the creek. Parking is available in the school parking lot after 5 p.m. on weekdays and on Saturdays and Sundays.
Mead Road Park
175 Mead Rd.
Located on .75 acre of land next to Oakhurst School, the park offers a large, open, grassy area, play structure, basketball court and shaded picnic tables. Parking is available during out-of-school hours in the Oakhurst School parking lot.
1000 Adams St.
McKoy Pool 534 McKoy St.
A nine-acre neighborhood recreational facility with a 330-foot baseball field that is fenced and lighted, a picnic pavilion with restrooms, a concession/scoring building, a basketball court for recreation play, picnic tables with grills and trash receptacles, a playground area, a skate park, and a greenspace for games. There is also an outdoor classroom with seat walls at the playground. Two separate parking areas and concrete walkways connect the site features.
307 Feld Ave.
An eight-acre neighborhood recreational facility with two multipurpose fields, a picnic pavilion with restrooms, and a concession/scoring building. There are two lighted tennis courts, a basketball court and a playground area. Two separate parking areas with walkways connect the site features.
231 Sycamore St.
Directly behind Decatur Recreation Center and adjacent to the Decatur Library, the four acres of Scott Park are surrounded by gardens planted by Master Gardeners Carolyn Krueger, Jim Toney and other volunteers. Treat yourself to its serenity and beauty. Two lighted tennis courts are available for rental. Parking is available in the library/recreation center parking deck.