Park Amenities

Washington Park boasts of sprawling wooded green space, paved trails, a playground, a baseball field, a state-of-the-art tennis center, a natatorium, outdoor exercise equipment, as well as a pavilion, picnic shelters and grills for community gatherings.

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Built during the run up to the 1996 Olympics, the Washington Park Natatorium includes a heated competition pool, classrooms and meeting space.

The pool consists of 10 lanes, is 25 yards by 25 meters, and features a pool depth that goes from 6 feet 7 inches to 9 feet. There is a large bleacher section that overlooks the pool where community members can view our aquatics programs from spectator seating during swim meets and swim lessons. Additionally, there is a 25 yard length by 10 yard therapy pool with a depth of 3 feet 6 inches that is kept at a warmer temperature. This pool is used for water aerobics, swimming lessons for kids and adults, and physical rehabilitation.

The Natatorium also includes classrooms used for various training courses, party rentals, staff meetings, swim meet hospitality and dry land training. The Men’s and Women’s locker rooms in the Natatorium come equipped with lockers and showers, and are handicap accessible.

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The Tennis Center ↓ 


Tennis Center


Washington Park is home to a large, state-of-the-art tennis center with eight fully lit tennis courts and stadium seating. The tennis center offers a wide range of programs for tennis players of all ages and abilities, including youth, adults and senior clinics.

The Washington Park Tennis Center is open 7 days a week and available for USTA and ALTA League match play.

Learn more about the Junior Program and Adult Program offered through Universal Tennis Management at the tennis center.


Gathering Spaces ↓ 


Gathering Spaces


At Washington Park, we love fostering community engagement and opportunities to bring our community and residents together. The park is home to a picnic shelters and grills, and a 150-person pavilion outfitted with water, power, and restrooms for community gatherings. You can reserve the pavilion to host picnics or gatherings by retaining a pavilion reservation / permit to have exclusive use of the pavilion for the date and time indicated on the permit. Pavilions are available as is on a first come, first served basis when there is no reservation. Rental rates for the pavilion are $150 for Atlanta residents and $200 for nonresidents.

The pavilion is located at:
102 Ollie St., N.W. 30314
1 pavilion-150 standing / YES water, power, restrooms

To find out more information about how to register the pavilion, visit www.atlantaga.gov/iparcs; call 404-546-6757 press option 0; or email parksreservationist@atlantaga.gov.

If you are interested in hosting an event or vending anywhere on the park grounds, you must apply to the City of Atlanta for a city permit. Contact the city permit office for:


Plan Your Trip ↓ 


Plan Your Trip to the Park


Washington Park is located at 102 Ollie Street, NW Atlanta, Ga 30349. You can get to Washington Park via foot, car or MARTA. Parking is available and located on-site at 102 Ollie Street.

Getting to the park via MARTA:

Washington Park is near the Ashby MARTA Station on the blue and green rail line. If you’re traveling from the east side of Atlanta, take any westbound train to the station. Or from the red or gold red line, transfer at Five Points and follow the signs to the westbound platform. At Ashby, take the main exit out of the station and turn right at street level on Joseph E. Lowry Blvd. At the first stoplight turn left on to Lena Street NW. The park is just over a block down on the right.

Getting to the park via the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail:

The Atlanta BeltLine bisects Lena Street in the Washington Park neighborhood to the west of downtown. You’ll find the interim hiking trail at the southwest corner of Washington Park at the western dead end of Lena Street coming from the direction of Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard. The trail is accessible from the Ashby MARTA station at the intersection of Joseph E. Lowery and Lena Street. From Washington Park, you can also hop onto the interim hiking trail (on foot or on mountain bike) and head south to Gordon White Park and then onto Adair Park. You can also link into the Atlanta BeltLine’s paved West End Trail

Getting to the park via car:

You can map your directions here.

Report A Problem

If you have any questions or need to report a problem about the park, get in touch here or email Parks Customer Service at parkscustormerservice@atlantaga.gov.

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