Dunwoody, GA, is home to seven parks and more than 170 acres of green space, making it a place where residents and visitors can enjoy a host of outdoor activities, including skateboarding, tennis, hiking, biking, zip lining and lots more. Dunwoody parks also are home to several major events that have become opportunities for community connection and celebration throughout the year.
Brook Run Park, 4770 North Peachtree Road
Dunwoody’s largest park, Brook Run Park has been revitalized to feature a large children’s playground, a two-mile, multi-use loop trail, a skate park and dog park, a community garden and event pavilions. Additionally, the park recently added TreeTop Quest, a self-guided obstacle course featuring over 50 obstacles and 12 zip lines, providing a fun and safe experience for everyone. The course is open to individuals and groups.
In the summer, enjoy Brook Run Park's Food Truck Thursdays, which bring together some of Metro Atlanta's and the nation’s top-rated food trucks, giving families and friends an awesome way to picnic on summer nights.
A destination for anyone seeking the history of Dunwoody, this charming, five-acre farm was established in the 1870s. The historic farmhouse at Donaldson-Bannister Farm can be viewed and enjoyed by appointment or by reservation for events, and farm grounds are open year round for picnics, strolls and free play in the open lawn.
Dunwoody Park, 5321 Roberts Drive and 5343 Roberts Drive
Stretching across a sprawling 35-acres, Dunwoody Park offers year-round recreation and relaxation. Located in the north end of Dunwoody, the grounds include baseball fields, a nature preserve with hiking trails, Wildcat Creek and a playground in the woods. See a real Native American teepee up close, and take a stroll through the tree house, all before settling down for some rest and relaxation in the hammock garden. Dunwoody Park is also adjacent to the Dunwoody Nature Center.
Georgetown Park, 4400 Dunwoody Park
Dunwoody's newest park, Georgetown Park offers a distinctive playground and a multi-use trail. The park's central square is graced by a grand gazebo, bocce courts and a decorative fountain that bring a quiet, old-fashioned charm to this bustling edge city.
Pernoshal Park, 4575 North Shallowford Road
"Pernoshal Park" (a temporary name, with the final name to be chosen be residents) will include a pickleball court (think wiffleball meets tennis), a basketball court, a large, open-field area for play and part of the Dunwoody Trailway, a multi-use trail that will connect to Brook Run Park. Sign up for updates from this site for the opening celebrations of Dunwoody’s newest green space!
Vernon Oaks Park, Corner of Vernon Springs Drive and Vernon Oaks Drive
A hidden gem located at the corner of Vernon Springs Drive and Vernon Oaks Drive, this unique pocket park features an original spring house built by early area settlers. The park offers a quiet and serene setting for visitors and residents to read, sit and relax.
Windwood Hollow Park, 4865 Lakeside Drive
Windwood Hollow Park features a playground, two tennis courts, a picnic pavilion, nature trails and an open meadow for free play. Windwood Hollow is situated within a neighborhood on Peeler Road, off of Tilly Mill Road, across from the lake-scaped reservoir that provides a scenic backdrop for joggers and walkers as they make their way to and from the park.