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Phone: (770) 528-8800
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Cobb County...Expect the Best!

Cobb County Parks, Recreation, Cultural Affairs Department

Stout Park


5420 Brownsville-Lithia Springs Road, Powder Springs, 30127

Open space fading into wooded acres make up this 88 acre park. The property contains a house to be renovated into classrooms for environmental education studies. Trails will be developed around the site to enjoy walking or horseback riding. Equestrian show rings and paddocks will be available for the horse enthusiasts.


Visitors to Stout Park will enjoy hiking trails, equestrian trails and open meadows for picnics. Educational programs are conducted in the environmental education facility and throughout the park.

This property is opened only for scheduled programs and is not opened for daily public access. Programs are scheduled through the Natural Resources Management Unit.  For information regarding this park or to set up a program, contact Kaye Wilson at (770) 528-8824.

For Information:

Rusty Simpson - Natural Resources Manager     (770) 528-8840

John Purcell - Recreation Programmer                (770) 528-8825

Kaye Wilson - Recreation Programmer                (770) 528-8824

Kevin Hill - Recreation Specialist                          (770) 528-8829

Outdoor Program Links:
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Silver Comet Trail
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Wright Enviromental Education Center
Cato Enviromental Education Center
Bartlett Property
East Cobb Park
Corps Property
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