PARKS & RECREATION
Scott Hudgens Park is a 47.7 acre park located in the northwestern quadrant of Duluth on River Green Parkway, just west of Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. The park sits within the River Green Office Park; adjacent land uses include a school, office, and Chattahoochee River National Recreational Area (CRNRA) park land. Scott Hudgens Park is owned Georgia DNR, but is leased to the City of Duluth, and is managed and maintained by the Atlanta Fire United Soccer Association. The park land was donated to the city with the stipulation that it be used for soccer. The park is heavily used on weekends, with an estimated 3000 people visiting each day. Besides soccer, the park is used for the city fireworks display on the Fourth of July, and for high school cross country meets. The park is a long narrow parcel, bounded on the west by the Chattahoochee River. The majority of the site sits within the Chattahoochee River floodplain. A small stream cuts across the park, separating the game fields from the practice fields. The park consists of 4 graded and irrigated soccer fields, and approximately 13.5 acres of informal fields. A narrow road runs along the edge of the fields providing two way vehicular/pedestrian circulation across the eastern edge of the park.
 Soccer Fields (U-19) [800 space] Grassy Parking Lot  Pavilion [200 space] Parallel on Roadway Parking