New features added to VIP Site for 2020.

New features added to VIP Site for 2020.

We have updated the Parks Service Request Page to include a few new features to make it simpler to clear the issues that you have reported. The first feature is a New Get My Position Button on the Park Service Request Form. If you are on a smartphone and are reporting...

Photo Gallery

Please help me make this site a bit more social by logging in and uploading some pictures from your activities in the park.  I would love to update the photo gallery with pictures of people, scenery, nature and the animals that you find in the park.  i have a ton of pictures of downed trees, broken signs muddy trails and a few VIP members.



NPS Trail Safe, Training Program

TRAIL SAFE! is a unique safety training program designed specifically for National Park Service (NPS) Trail Volunteers, but is useful to everyone! It’s based upon NPS Operational Leadership Training, where the Human Factor of safety is explored.Trail Safe! captures the core learning objectives of the 16 hour Operational Leadership course while allowing volunteers to learn from their own homes on-line.

Record Breaking 2019 Sweep the Hooch !

Record Breaking 2019 Sweep the Hooch !

Over one thousand volunteers removed 23 TONS of trash, construction debris and tires from the Chattahoochee watershed. Chattahoochee Riverkeeper organized the April 6 event. Groups pulled trash on land, along river and tributary banks, and in deeper water. Dozens of...

Chattahoochee Parks Conservancy – REI Grant

The Chattahoochee Parks Conservancy and MTB Atlanta have applied for a $20,000 grant to resurface the mountain bike trails at Cochran Shoals/Sope Creek.  The total estimated cost of the project is $50,000 and you can help us to make up the difference by shopping at your local REI Store and then placing your Vote in the Chattahoochee Parks Conservancy bucket.  Based on the outcome of the local vote we could get an additional $10,000 towards our goal.

Please be sure to vote by April 7th so that we can improve the trails at Cochran Shoals/Sope Creek.