Mountain Park youth Athletic Association (MPAA est. 1976) 5050 Five Forks Trickum Rd SW, Lilburn, GA30047 The Mountain Park Athletic Association is a non-profit organization devoted to the promotion of youth participation in…More sports. The association offers youth leagues for baseball, football, basketball, softball, cheerleading and lacrosse. Practices and games are at Mountain Park and Parkview Public Schools. The leagues are intended to promote player development, sportsmanship and teamwork. Registrations occur at different times throughout the year and updated information is available on its website.
The Jackson Creek Water Reclamation Facilities, located on Indian Trail Road just west of Lawrenceville Highway (U.S.…More 29), have been treating wastewater from residences and businesses since 1975.
Jackson Creek runs into the Yellow River and is part of the Ocmulgee River Basin, which eventually flows into the Atlantic Ocean.
With the ongoing expansion of the Yellow River facility just a few miles away. Jackson Creek WRF will go offline by the summer of 2011.
During the fall of 2010, the City of Lilburn was considering leasing the land to build a sports complex to host youth and adult softball and baseball events.
Mountain Park Park 5050 Five Forks Trickum Rd SW, Lilburn, GA30047 This multi-use park has 44 acres that serve as a hot spot for youth sports for the Mountain Park Athletic Association…More with seven baseball and softball fields (including one that converts into a football field). Walkers and runners frequent the park for its calibrated one-mile paved trail (pets on leashes are allowed), which is connected to a wooded trail that winds along the backside of the park. The park also has six lighted tennis courts, three playground areas, two restroom areas, a pavilion, several picnic areas, a skate park and ample parking.