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Dougherty County Parks

Welcome to the Dougherty County Public Parks Information Page!

You will be able to find information on this page about the beautiful parks and gardens located in the unicorporated areas of Dougherty County.

Putney Community Park & Elliott Street Park

            º Putney Community and Elliott Street Parks Policy
            º Contact (229) 430-6120 for more information (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)

Radium Springs Gardens

Radium Springs Gardens is located at 2501 Radium Springs Road, Albany, GA.  One of Georgia’s Seven Natural Wonders, Radium Springs Gardens pumps 70,000 gallons of clear, 68-degree water per minute from an underground cave. Visitors can  walk through a courtyard where the former Radium Springs Casino once stood, enjoy foliage-draped hillocks, crystal clear waters and flora both indigenous and exotic. The park features a restored terrace, new sidewalks, a casino garden and gazebos.

            º Radium Springs Gardens Park Policy
            º Contact (229) 430-6120 for more information (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)

RiverFront Park

RiverFront Park located on Front Street in Downtown Albany is an interactive park comprised of  Turtle Grove Playground, Festival Springs Fountain, the Bridge House, Horace King Overlook and the River Walk.  The six-acre park is spread out along the Flint River and has a beautiful lawn for family picnics and gatherings, music- and light-animated play fountain, pavilion areas.  Visitors are able to visit the Albany Welcome Center located in the Historic Bridge House, stroll along the Riverwalk Greenway Trail or have fun in the Turtle Grove Play Park or Fesitival Springs Fountain.

            º RiverFront Park Policy
            º RiverFront Park Schedule - Festival Springs Fountain
            º RiverFront Park Special Event Request Form
            º Contact (229) 431-3230 for more information (8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.)

Robert Cross Park

Robert Cross Park is located at 3500 Martin Luther King, Jr Drive, Albany, GA. 


               º Contact (229) 430-6120 for more information (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)

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