The 203-acre property is located in the eastern half of the city adjacent to the Rogers Bridge Trail and the Rogers Bridge connection to over the Chattahoochee River to Duluth.
While we are excited to share all the exciting park features and amenities with our residents, please pardon our progress as we continue to complete landscaping projects and punch-list items throughout the next few weeks. You may still see some construction equipment on-site, so please use caution and be mindful of your surroundings in the park if you visit the park in the coming days and weeks.
Cauley Creek Opening:
After nearly 18 months of construction, City officials marked the opening of Cauley Creek Park on Tuesday, June 20, 2023.
Mayor John Bradberry, Mayor Pro Tem Stacy Skinner, City Council members Dilip Tunki, Bob Erramilli, Chris Coughlin, Larry DiBiase, and Erin Elwood, members of the Recreation & Parks Advisory Committee (RPAC), City staff, and contractors cut the ribbon signifying the opening of the 5K rubberized trail, lighted sports courts, lighted grass and synthetic turf playing fields, pedestrian bridge, and river overlooks. The 203-acre property is located in the eastern half of the city at 7255 Bell Road, south of the intersection of McGinnis Ferry and Bell roads. The park is adjacent to the Rogers Bridge connection over the Chattahoochee River to Duluth.
Park Amenities Map
City purchased 133 acres of property for the future Cauley Creek Park
City purchased the 58-acre Quail Hollow property adjacent to the Cauley Creek property
City begins construction on the first segment of the Cauley Creek Park trail
City purchased remaining 10 acres of property to complete Cauley Creek Park.
Late Fall 2021:
Construction on Cauley Creek Park to begin
Cauley Creek Park Groundbreaking:
Cauley Creek Park Soft Opening:
Cauley Creek Grand Opening:
July 22, 2023