Top Parks In Metro Atlanta

Metro Atlanta has some of the best parks on the planet and while most visitors are aware of Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta, there’s a bunch of others that you should plan on visiting.

Parks In Atlanta’s Suburbs

Heritage Green

This little known 4 Acre park is in the heart of Sandy Springs.  Heritage Green is home to the Heritage museum dedicated specifically to Sandy Springs history.  The park features a ton of green space and it’s not uncommon for there to be live music.

Cobb Park & Kidscape Village

A 5.8-acre park located in Smyrna is perfect for families as there’s swing sets, slides and even a baseball field.

Town Center Park

Suwanee‘s very own city/town/park combination with 10 acres and interlinking pathways for running and walking and Gwinnett’s largest interactive fountain.  The park has plenty of events including a Beer Fest that will clog the roadways for miles.

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