ENJOY LEGACY PARK
Things to Do
As your 77 acre oasis in the city, Legacy Park is alive with recreational, environmental, cultural, and community possibilities.
If you’ve come to love the park, we look forward to seeing you back. And for those unfamiliar, we extend our invitation to drop by any time.
Looking for options? Consider some of these:
Legacy Park is a haven for wildlife of all kinds — otters, beavers, bunnies, coyotes, waterfowl, owls, birds of all kinds, and more. Come explore the property and make yourself some new friends!
Get Lost in the Woods
22 acres of Legacy Park, including the forest, Postal Pond, wetlands, and an extensive trail network, are protected in perpetuity from any form of development. Venture forth and lose yourself in the songs of nature.
Explore the Kitchen Garden
Decatur’s Kitchen Garden is a project of Global Growers, a not-for-profit organization offering a unique gardening space for refugees and immigrants.
Have a Picnic
We’ve got multiple picnic tables scattered around Legacy Park’s main campus. Grab one for a picnic or visit us Tuesday evenings in May and September for our weekly Truckin’ Tuesdays food truck events.
Visit the Orchard
Attend an Event
Get Your Game On
With athletic fields and other open spaces, we’ve got plenty of room to get your game on. All spaces are open to public use unless a scheduled event or activity is taking place.
Places to See
There’s a lot of variety on 77 acres. 22 acres of verdant ecosystems preserved in perpetuity. A rolling meadow wrapping a campus of dignified historic buildings. A network of streets, pathways and nature trails pulling it all together.
Get a bird’s eye view below (or download this higher resolution map), then set out on your own mission of exploration and discovery.
Get in touch. stay in touch.
For park management, programming and leasing
DECATUR ACTIVE LIVING
For youth sports, gym and athletic field inquiries
CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES
For school break and summer activities