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This must be printed, signed and provided to a city official before participating in any volunteer activity for the city. 

Parks are in our Nature

With over 37,000 acres of farmland, preserved greenspace, and large residential lots, the City of Chattahoochee is a park unto itself. Noted for its natural beauty and rural charter, the Georgia Scenic Byways program designated a 29-mile loop around Chatt Hills as its first scenic byway in 1998. The South Fulton Scenic Byway has become one of the most popular routes in Georgia, featuring multiple options for bicycle rides, a self-guide tour of the Chatt Hills Barn Quilt Trail, and access to the city’s seven public parks and facilities on 1,200 acres of preserved parklands.

Visit Our Parks, Facilities, and Trails

Park Hours: Sunrise to Sunset (30 minutes before and after)

Parking Pass: Required for Cochran Mill Park and Hutcheson Ferry Park. City residents qualify for free annual passes. Non-residents may purchase daily passes at the park’s kiosk or purchase low-cost annual passes at city hall. Bicycle riders may park at city hall or Rico Park for free. (Annual parking decals may be purchased from the Chatt Hills Online Payments portal.)

Reservations: Required for all public events, and for use of the Rico Park ball field, and primitive camping. For more information, visit the Related Pages or call city hall at (770) 463-8881. Park Policies: For information on general policies for our parks please review the City Code of Ordinances, Chapter 20, Parks and Recreation. Buy Our Parks Now: Read the amazing story of how citizens in Chattahoochee Hills raised and donated more than $200,000 to the city to purchase its parklands from Fulton County. 

Park & Facility Highlights

1. Campbellton Park (18 acres) features a boat ramp and the historic John F. Beavers House listed on the National Register of Historic Homes.
2. Cochran Mill Park (800 acres), features 20 miles of multi-use trails for hiking, bicycle riding, and horse-back riding; picnic pavilion, playground, restrooms, primitive camping, and three historic mill ruins.
3. Hutcheson Ferry Park (103 acres) features large open pastures ideal for concerts and events, picnic tables, and a nature trail currently under development.
4. Rico Park & Athletic Field (5 acres) features a ball field, concession stand, picnic area, and restroom.
5.Riverlands Park (260 acres), our newest park, will feature access to the Chattahoochee River. The park is currently closed pending the development of a master plan.
6. Town Green at City Hall (4 acres) offers a large fenced-in greenspace designated for community events. Located behind city hall, community events also have access to the building’s indoor kitchen, restrooms, and meeting room.
7. Cedar Grove Community Center (8 acres) features a 1,700 sq ft building with kitchen and restrooms, ideal for small events and community gathers.
8. South Fulton Scenic Byways, Chatt Hills Barn Quilt Trail, Silk Sheets Bike Route, and the Dirty Sheets Bike Route offer various distance routes in and around Chatt Hills.

For more information about each park, facility, and trail, click on the Related Pages.