Welcome to Freedom Park and the Freedom Park Conservancy website, your source for all the news, happenings, and history about the park and the Conservancy. Freedom Park is the largest linear passive park in the City of Atlanta at just over 200 acres of pastoral rolling greenspace. With the advent of the Atlanta Beltline, Freedom Park is a critical connection to movement throughout the city by bike or by foot. Did you know you can begin at the far east end of the Olmsted Linear Parks, at the Decatur city limits and make your way all the way to Ansley Park, all on trails, and with a just a few easy street crossings? The Freedom Park trails will connect you to downtown Atlanta, Inman Park, Old Fourth Ward, Candler Park, Poncey-Highland, Virginia Highland, Little 5 Points, The Atlanta BeltLine, The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, and so much more.
Click here to download a high resolution 11×17 PDF of the above Freedom Park map.
Freedom Park is Atlanta’s Art Park – check-out the links above to learn more about the permanent art installations in the park. Freedom Park is also home the the Carter Center and Jimmy Carter Presidential Library.