Charlie Jackson Unity Park
One Cherry St., Corner
of Cherry and Spaulding Road, Montezuma, GA,
The Charlie Jackson
Unity Park is grassy lawn in a nook abutting
a strip of historic retail buildings in the
heart of historic downtown Montezuma. The
Park includes two arbors and stage.
The park property formerly housed
buildings lost in a devastating downtown
fire. The park’s centerpiece phoenix
fountain represents rebuilding from fire and
flood. The rear facade of a remaining
building faces the park and features a “Wall
of Fame” with memorial plaques dedicated to
The park is home of the famous Beaver
Creek Festival, which was first celebrated
when the waters of the 1994 flood receded.
The festival celebrates the spirit of
revival required to dry out and restore the
historic buildings in the heart of the
picturesque downtown area. Each year about
4,000 patrons gather in downtown Montezuma
to commemorate the heritage of courage that
has revived downtown from flooding disasters
dating back to the 1920s.
To inquire about park rental, please call
City Hall at (478) 472-8144.
South Dooly Street Play Park
The play park on South Dooly
Street was designed with children in mind.
Parents can relax in the gazebo while the
children enjoy the playground equipment.
Cherry Street Park
The park on Cherry Street
next to Troy's Snack Shack is popular on
Saturdays as people often enjoy their lunch
in the park.