05 Feb Logan Farm Park
Logan Farm Park is an approximately 120 acre park located in the center of the city. Previously, the park encompassed a lighted 1/3 mile walking trail around a multipurpose recreation field with the trail also extending to Cowan Road and Cherokee Street, playground, public restrooms, Amos Durr Community Ball Field, Roberts School Community Center and the Rosenwald School.
As part of the SPLOST park improvements, the city has developed another 15 acres of parkland along Cherokee and Taylor streets to expand the park. This new expansion adds additional multi-use pathways, open green space, a destination playground, group pavilion, restroom facility, and parking. The grand opening of this expansion was on Tuesday, December 20.
This new park is a wonderful addition to our downtown and has already become one of the most heavily used parks in the city! Make sure to bring the family and check out this beautiful new location when you visit Acworth!
Main Entrance (4405 Cherokee Street):
The main entrance of Logan Farm Park is a newly developed section located off Cherokee Street, directly across from what was formally known as Tanyard Creek Park. This section of the park contains walking trails, a pavilion available for rentals, restrooms, and a large destination playground. This entrance is located only a short distance from the historic downtown shopping district and restaurants.
Administrative Office Entrance (4762 Logan Road):
This entrance is home to the Parks and Recreation Administrative Offices. This section of the park also contains a lighted one-third mile walking track around a multipurpose recreational field, a half-acre fishing pond, a playground, and public restrooms. The trail connects to what was formerly known as Terrace Drive Park, a neighborhood park that provides residents with a mixture of active and passive recreational opportunities. Terrace Drive contains a playground, picnic pavilion, walking trail, basketball goal, and a small open field.
East Entrance (4733 School Street):
Parking for this section of the park is available on School Street. This section includes what was formally known as Tanyard Creek Park, as well as the Amos Durr Community Field. Tanyard contains a walking trail connecting Cherokee Street, School Street and McClain Circle. Durr Field is primarly used by the Acworth Baseball Association but can be used on a first-come, first-serve basis if it is available.