Best Public Parks in Atlanta

Expert recommended Top 3 Public Parks in Atlanta, Georgia. All of our public parks face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


265 Park Ave West North West, Atlanta, GA 30313 Directions

Since 1996

Centennial Olympic Park has over 22-acres of parkland in Atlanta. The park has a garden and expansive lawns, and check out the recent renovations designed to enhance the visitor experience. The park anchors Atlanta’s downtown entertainment and hospitality district spurring billions of dollars of development. The park provides pedestrian plaza, multi-level indoor and outdoor facilities. Wheelchair accessible and free wifi access is available.

Football, Playgrounds, Tables, Slides, Waterfalls, Amphitheater, Bike Riding, Stone Benches, Monuments, Kids Ground, Green Areas, Fountains, Walking Trails, Aquarium, Event Conducting, Gardens, Sports Areas, Museum, Dog Parking, Open Space, Statues, Shelters & Pavilions


Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 11:00 pm

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400 Park Drive North East, Atlanta, GA 30306 Directions

Since 1895

Piedmont Park has over 200 acres of parkland with beautiful amenities. The park has hosts major festivals such as the Atlanta Dogwood Festival and Atlanta Pride. The Active Oval playing areas consist of the running track, two soccer fields, two softball fields, and two sand volleyball courts. The park has Sports at the active oval to dogs running in the off-leash dog parks and children learning over in the educational garden. Piedmont Park offers free parking and parking off-site.

Jogging, Event Conducting, Ponds, Dog Parking, Shelters, Bridges, Bike Riding, Aquatic Centre, Stone Benches, Statues, Ducks, Walking Trails, Gardens, Monuments, Restrooms, Sports Conducting Areas, Green Space, Trees, Swings, Hiking, Museum, Volleyball & Slides


Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 11:00 pm

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840 Cherokee Avenue South East, Atlanta, GA 30308 Directions

Since 1858

'Grant Park' is the oldest city park in Atlanta and provides a peaceful natural oasis in the middle of the city with over 130 acres of parkland. It is home to miles of jogging and walking paths, along with Zoo Atlanta, the Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum. The park has hosted several of Atlanta's famed festivals, including the Summer Shade Arts & Music Festival, the Pic'n in Grant Park BBQ, the Halloween Lantern Parade, and the Music Festival.

Waterfalls, Fountains, Jogging, Tables, Gardens, Volleyball Courts, Playing Equipment, Slides, Greeny Areas, Playgrounds, Open Space, Hiking, Trees, Event Conducting, Baseball, Shelters, Kids Grounds, Walking Trails, Sports, Dog Parking, Statues & Monuments


Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 11:00 pm

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