Sign our petition on change.org to help save Pendleton King Park! 

 

For 50 years, Pendleton King Park has been the center of a unique partnership between the City of Augusta and the Trustees of the Will of Henry Barclay King, which designates that the 64-acre bird sanctuary shall remain a park in perpetuity in memory of his son, John Pendleton King. A Trustee in Augusta has recently  been proposed selling the Park to the City for the approximate sum of $1 million.  While the city did not accept the offer, the trustee has since found a developer who has plans drawn up to bulldoze the entire Park and create a housing development. Please help to support Pendleton Kin Park Foundation in their efforts to Save Our Park! 

Pendleton King Park

Pendleton King Park is a 64-acre bird sanctuary of great topographic diversity with pine forests, sand ridges and marshes. The park was donated by the King Family and is managed by the Augusta Richmond County Recreation and Parks Department. It is located in the heart of Augusta and houses a variety of gardens and natural resources. PKP offers many opportunities for recreational activities including new playgrounds, an 18-hole disc golf course, nature trails for walking and cycling, cross country trails, the historic Bugg family cemetery, an educational tree trail, an off-leash dog park and open spaces for picnicking and play. An information kiosk has maps of the park, park information, history of the King Family, and upcoming events.

Pendleton King Park Foundation

The mission of Pendleton King Park Foundation is to provide financial and other support for the preservation, maintenance, improvement, promotion and beautification of Pendleton King Park.
The Pendleton King Park Foundation is a private 501 (C) 3 non-profit organization that works closely with the Augusta Recreation and Parks Department and other community organizations to support and improve the park.

 

Pendleton King Park
1600 Troupe Street
Augusta, GA 30904

Located one-half mile south of Wrightsboro Road
Open seven days a week
Summer Hours 8 a.m. -  dusk
Winter Hours 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Park Map
Disc Golf Course Map