Parks & Recreation

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parks & recreation

The City of Atlanta maintains over 3,000 acres of parkland and operates 33 recreational centers.

Atlanta Department of Parks & Recreation:
233 Peachtree Street NE, Suites 1600/1700
Atlanta, GA  30303

Atlanta Beltline
86 Pryor Street, Suite 300
Atlanta, GA  30303


Atlanta Parks

Atlanta Office of Parks: Works to improve, preserve, protect, and maintain city parks to enhance quality of life
Explore Atlanta Beltline Parks: The Atlanta Beltline project has already increased the footprint of Atlanta’s greenspace significantly with some of the most sustainable and magnificent parks in the city
Other Metro Atlanta Park Systems: Learn about neighboring public park systems outside of city limits

Community Centers & Event Spaces

Public Recreation Centers: The Atlanta Office of Recreation operates 33 public recreation centers
Atlanta Parks with Gazebos & Pavilions: List of parks with gazebos and pavilions that can be reserved for picnics and other events
iPARCS: Online reservation portal for park facilities and programs

Sports & Play Facilities

Outdoor Basketball Courts
Tennis Courts
Swimming Pool Locations & Hours 
Indoor Basketball Courts
Baseball Fields
Softball & Tee-Ball Fields
Multi-Purpose Fields
Football Fields
Soccer Fields
Golf Courses


Farmer's Markets & Community Gardens

Farmer's Markets: Find location and schedule information, learn about SNAP benefits for farmer's markets, and get involved in the local food movement
Community Gardens: Park Pride has administered the community gardening program since 2007, when the City passed legislation allowing gardens in city parks



Dogs in the Park

Laws for Paws: Everything you need to know about visiting a park with your dog
Off-Leash Dog Areas Community Guide: The Office of Parks is partnering with communities to create off-leash dog areas in parks

Multi-Use Trails 

Atlanta Beltline Trails: Six miles of paved bicycle/pedestrian trails with 26 additional trail miles planned 
PATH Foundation: Over 180 miles of off-road trails


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