River Landing Park
Located at the end of River Landing Road on the west side of Chattahoochee, this park offers the first boat landing access to the Apalachicola River, picnic pavilions, Native American archeological mounds, playground, small amphitheater, restrooms, and hiking trails. It is also the home to Chattahoochee’s annual Old Fashioned July Fourth Celebration that includes a very impressive fireworks display.
Located at the intersection of Highway 90 and Decatur Street, this park offers one of the most complex and beautiful murals of the John W. Callahan Steamboat that can be found in the area. You will also find sitting areas, as well as, a large caboose donated by CSX.
Palm Street Park
Located at the intersection of Palm Street and Lorraine Avenue, it is a quaint neighborhood park that recently received a complete renovation which included new playground equipment, picnic pavilion, and refurbished basketball court.
Located south of the intersection of Lincoln Drive and Congo Road, Southside offers a very large playground area, Tee Ball field that is used annually by city leagues, basketball court, and a walking track.
Angus Gholsen Nature Park and Trail System
Located at the intersection of Bolivar Street and Morgan Avenue, this park offers a large picnic pavilion, miles of walking trails that lead to the Apalachicola River, playground, and restroom facilities.
Located off of Lonesome Pine Road, this park is home to the Chattahoochee Red Birds, a team made up of college athletes from around the area that play summer league baseball while home from school. This large baseball complex offers numerous sporting events throughout the year and is considered one of the premier baseball facilities in Gadsden County.
Cypress Cove Park
The State of Florida also maintains one park within the city limits, located at the intersection of North Main Street and Jink’s Crossing Road. It offers a walking track, picnic pavilion, restroom facilities, and a very large Cypress Lake great for fishing and kayaking.