Rogers Bridge Park is a 16.98 acre park located in the northeastern quadrant of Duluth, a few blocks north of Peachtree Industrial Boulevard on Rogers Bridge Road (a Gwinnett County Road). Surrounding properties include an adjacent private event facility, a sand dredging facility, and single family residential neighborhoods. The private event facility includes large open spaces, a volleyball court, a small multi-use building, and a boat ramp; a city easement provides public access to the boat ramp. The Chattahoochee River flows along the northern boundary of the park. Approximately two-thirds of the park is an open grassy field with small wooded areas along the stream buffer and at the southern end of the park. A gravel parking lot, picnic pavilion, playground, and volleyball court are the only recreational amenities in the park. The remains of a historic steel bridge (Rogers Bridge) span the Chattahoochee River. Although the bridge is in disrepair, the structure is sound and there are conceptual plans to restore the bridge for bike/pedestrian purposes. The park sits at a strategic location, adjacent to the river and at the intersection of several planned, but not constructed, multi-use trails. The trails include the Western Gwinnett Bikeway along Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, The Rogers Bridge Trail along Rogers Bridge Road and the Chattahoochee River Greenway which follows the river along the city’s northern boundary.
 Pavilion (3100SF)  Sand Volleyball Court  Playground [15 space] Gravel Parking Lot  Horseshoe Pits  Picnic area (10 tables / 2grills)