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1342 Worchester Dr NE Atlanta, GA 30306, United States
1342 Worchester Drive NortheastUSGeorgiaAtlanta30306
(404) 875-7275piedmontpark.org
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185-acre public park by Frederick Law Olmsted's sons with lawns, wetlands, meer & botanical gardens.- Google
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"We r just relaxing at the ATL jazz Festival."
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Geoffrey Bell
a month ago
Piedmont is certainly the most popular park in Atlanta, Centennial Olympic being a close second. This park is absolutely gorgeous during any season. I play sand volleyball in the spring and summer. Ride your bike down the beltline and be sure to check out all the different areas within the park. Areas like the dog park, the active oval, water fountains, jungle gyms, and more! You will see me here every Sunday int he coming months!
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James Foreman
3 weeks ago
So beautiful! I love midtown. It's one of the coolest parts of Atlanta. Definitely merits some exploration.
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Jordan Shulman
7 months ago
A huge park with innumerable options for fun. Favorites include: Dog park (one of the best in the country), running in the fitness circle, people watching, and relaxing underneath one of the beautiful Dogwood trees. During the warm months you can always find a festival on the weekends.
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Rachel P
4 months ago
Piedmont Park is ATL's signature people-watching spot, concert venue, picnic place, athletic fields, and festival area. It connects to the Eastside Beltline, so if you're visiting Atlanta, it's fun to rent bikes on the south end of the Beltline and bike to Piedmont Park. You could even stop for a bite to eat along the way!
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Keenan Doanes
a month ago
When I was younger I came to Piedmont a lot. Then I started shooting portraits here. Any time of year is beautiful in Piedmont Park. It's a great place to run/walk/picnic or just go and do nothing. I once took my niece and she made friends-I turned my back and she was fishing! I love it here.
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Marisa Moore
3 months ago
What's not to love about Piedmont Park? Maybe the parking and traffic on a busy festival day but that's about it. I love to visit the park to walk/run with friends, rollerblade or bike. The festivals are nice too. Did you know there's a little lake in there? Yep. The view of the midtown Atlanta skyline is stunning later in the day as the sun starts to set. On Saturday mornings, the Piedmont Green market is a neighborhood win with lots of fresh, local food and goods. It's nice that they have two separate dog parks - one for large and one for small dogs. It's well kept and usually well populated with plenty of options to socialize the pups. If you haven't explored the "Newer" area beyond the dog park, you are really missing out. The little amphitheater and fountain up there are quite peaceful during the week. Can't say enough about the beauty that is Piedmont Park. It has something for everyone and is easily the best park in the city Atlanta. A nice respite. To get there, take the Midtown Marta station, the Beltline if you live east of the park or drive and park on the street. Whatever you do... don't park in the Trader Joe's parking lot and leave. Even if you buy something at TJ's you can expect to get a boot if you leave that parking lot on foot.
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melissa love
5 months ago
Beautiful ambiance to take your family or significant other. We walked over to the small River where you can go fishing or just enjoy the river view. Children's park for toddlers and older kids which is good they have two parks to keep the age difference separated. You can rent a bike across the street or just take a nice stroll around the park. A lot of new renovations so it's a beautiful site to see and please bring your pets for the doggie park that also has a mini bar for the parents.
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Lee Fowler
5 months ago
If you have a dog and you like the city, this park was basically created for you. Technically the park was originally a farm, then host to two large expositions in the late 1800's. Today piedmont park is a place to go if you want to get away from the city without driving very far. If you're visiting Atlanta, make sure to set aside an afternoon to visit Piedmont park. You can eat at a few different restaurants scattered around the perimeter of the park and spend the rest of the day walking off all the calories. If you live in the area, Piedmont Park is home to one of the best Dog Parks in town. There is a huge section for large dogs to stretch their legs. Piedmont Park is by far my favorite place in the entire city.
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