Several visitors have reported copperhead snake sightings. Please use caution when walking the trails and pathways.
Check out the latest Decatur Living Article featuring the Olmsted Linear Park.
Atlanta’s Green spaces To Join the “Old Growth Network” – www.npr.com
Atlanta’s Old Growth Forest Gain National Recognition – www.myajc.com
Wilderness Is Closer Than You Think – Sierra Magazine, May-June 2017
The Vale in the west end of Deepdene will be closed Monday, June 19 – June 30, 2017, while DeKalb County conducts repairs to the waterfall rock area and trails. The closure of this area will allow the work, which is in a very active area of the park, to be completed uninterrupted, expeditiously and safely. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to keep our park beautiful and safe for all to enjoy. We appreciate your support! If you have any concerns or questions, please call 404-377-5361 or send an inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walk Druid Hills meets the second Saturday of each month to explore our neighborhood and meet our neighbors. Bring a water bottle and bring a friend. Check www.druidhills.org for upcoming walks.
This Saturday, April 8, 9 AM
Join Walk Druid Hills as they wind along Springdale, Oxford and Oakdale Roads using the by-walks and enjoying the lovely spring blooms. Our route will take us past some of the homes that will be on the Druid Hills Tour of Homes and Gardens two weeks later.
They will gather at the corner of Oxford Rd and The By Way at 9 a.m. on Saturday April 8th. Park on Oxford, Oakdale or Springdale near The By Way. This walk includes uneven walkways and some areas with no sidewalks.
We need help clearing out invasive plant material in Deepdene. Join us on Saturday, March at 8:30 am in the Deepdene Mead. Bring gloves and a water bottle. There will be a brief orientation with coffee and pastries. Sign up here.