Boulevard Crossing Park

From a Vacant Space to A Southside Treasure

Five acres of greenspace form the first phase of Boulevard Crossing Park in the Chosewood Park neighborhood, just south of Grant Park and Zoo Atlanta. Once a vacant industrial lot, this greenspace was created with the help of kudzu-eating goats that cleared the site (through a partnership with Trees Atlanta!).

View the Boulevard Crossing Park final design concepts as presented in a public meeting on December 12, 2019.

In January 2020, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. – with support from partners – completed the final land acquisition to bring the total to 25 acres as originally envisioned for the park.


A regulation-size soccer field with goals provides a perfect setting for rousing matches, while two large multi-use activity fields provide ample space for a game of catch, a picnic, or a moment of meditation.


Pack a picnic or plan a birthday party. The covered pavilion at Boulevard Crossing provides shade and seating for your next get-together.


COMING SOON! The second phase of development will include the BeltLine’s fifth splash pad and also feature such great additions as a dog park and community garden.


Solar lamps help conserve energy, while organic landscaping techniques reduce maintenance costs and protect against erosion.

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Planning an Event?

The field at Boulevard Crossing Park can be reserved for games and special occasions.

To reserve the field by phone, please contact:

City of Atlanta Office of Recreation
(404) 546-6757

To reserve the field online, please visit iPARCS Atlanta.

PLEASE NOTE: power will not be supplied; if you need power for an event you will need to rent a generator.

Report Maintenance Issues

Maintenance issues on the trail can be reported by calling (404) 546-0311 or visiting

Please remember to always call 911 in the case of emergencies.