Other Activities and Things to Do in Piedmont Park
Piedmont Park has countless activities you can do in the green heart of Atlanta. Here are a few more ways to use Piedmont Park for your next visit!
Since Piedmont Park Conservancy renovated Clara Meer in 2002, fishing in Piedmont Park is even better. The new bridge unifies the two parts of the lake into a single body of water and an aeration system improved the water quality. There are three new fishing piers and the dock making it easier than ever to find the right spot. The lake is routinely stocked with fish, including Large Mouth Bass, Crappie, Bream and Catfish, and attracts anglers of all ages. A valid State of Georgia fishing license is needed to fish in Piedmont Park. Please note, all fishing is catch and release.
Piedmont Park is a Relay Bike Share site. Reserve a bike through your phone, and then enjoy the ride! There are miles of roads and paths through the Park that are bike and wheel friendly.
We have filled the initial plots. Any further applications will be placed on the wait list.
Eligibility: Open to members of any level of the Piedmont Park Conservancy, our Community Garden will start with 12 beds (depending on preferences, more than one person, group or family can have a bed). Plots will be awarded based on a lottery system. A waitlist will be established for when we create more beds. Starting next year, previous year gardeners will be given preference in the next year.
Location: The Community Garden will be housed within the existing Education Garden which is between the Meadow and the Dog Parks, under Park Drive Bridge.
How to Apply: If you are interested in applying to be a gardener of our new Community Garden, submit your application to Matthew Bagshaw at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make sure to read ALL of the below documents prior to applying. If you are chosen, please note that the $30 plot fee will be due upon acceptance.
If you’re interested in hosting an event on the grounds of Piedmont Park or desire to be vendor, you must apply to the City of Atlanta for a city permit. Visit our ‘City Permit’ page to learn more.