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  • If you looking for peace and quiet while open to the opportunity to view a variety of birds and bees this is great place to go. A former private farm, the farmhouse has been converted to an infor...
  • Thomasville`s Paradise Park is a veritable forest in the heart of the city for over 100 years. This masterpiece of nature spreading out to around 26 acres was made a sacrosanct park space by the ...
  • The Thomasville Rose Society is an educational, nonprofit organization dedicated exclusively to the cultivation and enjoyment of roses. Most members are home gardeners like you who enjoy growing ...
  • This Park is dedicated in memory of Lt. Ossian Flipper who was born a slave in 1856 and was the first Black American to graduate from the United States Military Academy, West Point in 1877. Flipp...
  • Located along E. Bay Street this park was named after Irish orator and patriot Robert Emmet. The park is large with several memorials, historical markers, the old harbor light and half dozen anch...
  • Laid out in 1815 and named in honor of American soldiers killed in the Battle of Chippawa during the War of 1812, Chippewa Square is located on Bull between Hull and Perry Streets. In the center ...
  • From 1733 to 1883 this square was called St. John`s Square and was one of the most fashionable areas in Savannah. It was renamed to honor Edward Telfair, three time governor of Georgia and his fa...
  • This was the first large park created in Savannah. Stylistically influenced by urban renewal of Paris in the nineteenth century, it is considered that the Forsyth Park fountain is a copy of the o...
  • This multi-purpose facility offers an array of structured activities for youth, young adults and seniors. Park amenities include a 19,000 Sq. foot Recreation Center along with Little League Base...
  • Located in Columbus Historic District, just off the city`s famed Riverwalk, Heritage Park takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the history of the city. Enjoy water features, sculptures...
  • This Park was built in 1993 and is a multi-purpose facility offering an array of structured activities for youth, young adults and seniors. Park amenities include the Little League Baseball Fiel...
  • This Park is a local playground for children with covered areas as well as picnic spots. The play area has a basketball court and a baseball/softball field. There is sand and an open pavilion her...
  • Less than 20 minutes from Brunswick, on Jekyll Island is located Summer Waves Waterpark featuring rides such as the Force 3, that will have you spiraling down 150 feet in an enclosed twisting sli...
  • This Park features 3 picnic pavilions, a gym with 3 basketball courts, 2 outdoor tennis courts, outdoor basketball court, playground, baseball field, swimming pool and a soccer field. At Selden P...
  • This Park was dedicated and laid out by the city fathers in 1771, and has been in use since. It has been modified over the years, but the basic layout is still the same. Laid near to the waterfro...
  • Located on Lanier Boulevard in Brunswick Howard Coffin Park offers four tennis courts, 4 baseball/softball fields, a 0.5 mile walking track, 2 soccer/football fields, picnic areas and playgrounds...
  • This park serves as a wonderful recreational area for people living in and around Emory. Lullwater’s wooded trails and scenic pond make it a favorite place for the community and the park is...
  • This is the oldest city park in Atlanta that is just as popular as ever. The fourth biggest in size in Atlanta, Grant Park has two major attractions besides the park itself – Zoo Atlanta c...
  • The 30 acre gardens located adjacent to Piedmont Park in Midtown were incorporated in 1976 as Botanical Gardens to maintain plant collections for conservation and enjoyment. Home to the famed Can...
  • The park open from 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM daily, spreads across over 189-acres of urban space in Midtown. Nearly 50 acres have always remained woodlands. Expansion plans have included the new parkin...
  • Located in the middle of the city, Memorial Park covers 72 acres in the historic Five Points district. This attractive park features a three-acre lake, swimming pool, playground, picnic shelters ...
  • This 12-acre park nestling on the confluence of Trail Creek and North Oconee River is actually quite near to downtown Athens and the University of Georgia. This natural resource park featuring fo...
  • Named after former City of Athens Mayor Julius Bishop, this park offers a multitude of programs, amenities and entertainment. The 33-acre park features athletic fields, pool, and is home to Athen...
  • This 32-acre wildlife preserve has floodplain and forest habitats featuring a hardwood forest, 1.2 mile mineral surface loop trail, scenic shoals on the Middle Oconee River and open fields, picni...