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Piedmont Park
Today 6AM–11PM
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1342 Worchester Dr NE Atlanta, GA 30306
1342 Worchester Dr NEUSGeorgiaAtlanta30306
Park, Tourist AttractionToday 6AM–11PM
Saturday 6AM–11PMSunday 6AM–11PMMonday 6AM–11PMTuesday 6AM–11PMWednesday 6AM–11PMThursday 6AM–11PMFriday 6AM–11PM
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185-acre public park by Frederick Law Olmsted's sons with lawns, wetlands, meer & botanical gardens.- Google
"Beautiful park with lots of open space in the middle of Atlanta."
"A wonderful place to walk in , people watch and enjoy."
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John Smith
2 months ago
Piedmont park is one of the few places I really love in Atlanta. I love parks, and where I'm from (Miami) there are tons of parks all over, so having such a large, green, and versatile park so close to me is spectacular. This park seems a lot smaller than it is, too, which is great since you can explore it multiple times and often find something new. It's got tons of green space where you can do everything from have a picnic to have multiple parallel soccer or football games; it's that big. The grass is nice too, and seems pretty well taken care of since it's usually green not a dying yellow. The few buildings and structures are nice too, such as the gazebo near the center and the pretty large playground for kids. All that aside, there are festivals here every so often, and despite the hundreds of people here, the park houses them all and is taken care of well enough to be back to its splendor soon after. It's the perfect place for a date, or to go play sports with friends, or to just take a break from the stress and bustle of the city. And it's even handicap accessible.
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Isaac Blaise
2 weeks ago
Good luck finding a place to park without the park atlanta trolls around ready to pounce if you park on a side street without the correct BS permit. And apparently the prices have gone up to pay for the Atlanta city fatcats: I got a parking ticket in the same general area (different street but same BS 'permit' issue) about 8 years ago. Cost: 30$. My ticket now? 50$. Not worth the trouble of driving down. Not worth the trouble of taking Marta. Not worth the trouble period, if you don't live in midtown and cannot walk here. AVOID THIS PLACE. It's how they make their money. You would think they would take better care of all the fields with their money, but there are plenty of places where grass is completely disappeared and rocks are jutting out of the ground waiting for an unsuspecting child or adult to fall and have to go to the hospital. Go to a local park if you live OTP. You're better off. If I could 1/2 star it, I would.
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Thai Nguyen
2 months ago
Love this park. There's so much space to do so many different things. Some highlights: Dog park: this place is awesome! There's a huge dog park for big dogs and it's always filled with big furry animals running off all their energy. And there's the little dog park for the little guys to yap at each other. Active oval: baseball, kickball, football. This place gives you so much green space for team games. The running track is 0.52 miles. Bocce courts: there's two of them located in the greenway. Fishing: the Clara Meer is routinely stocked with fish like bass, crappie, and catfish but make sure you have your license. Tennis: they have a few courts but I believe you have to reserve them Other: playgrounds, swimming, biking, endless paths for jogging Beyond the activities, there's almost always an even going on here in the summer. It's super lively and there's just always something to do here from festivals to concerts. This park has great views so there's also always a photo shoot going on here (so bring your cameras, there's lots to capture) 5/5 stars. Piedmont Park is one of the best things about living in Atlanta.
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Mike Cahoon
a month ago
The Central Park of Atlanta, a great place to spend the day. Sports fields, the botanical gardens, a playground, pool and the biggest dog park in the city. Lots of restaurants and shops right around the park to explore. Highly recommend a visit if you have never been.
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John Allison
a month ago
I've been to this jewel in Atlanta more time than I can count to take my dog to the dog park, run, do an outdoor class, watch a concert, or just lounge it's the best park in metro Atlanta. Even though it is in the hear of the city you feel like you've been whisked out of the city to some place more rural (unless the crowds are big). There are also botanical gardens, pool, pond, and jungle gym for the kids. Since the park is in midtown I highly suggest car pooling or taking MARTA to get here since parking is a premium anywhere near the park. Enjoy it!
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Jed Munford
3 weeks ago
A great melting pot of cultures in Atlanta. Trees to climb. A pond. A scary self-cleaning robotoilet. Apparently, it's a good place to smoke pot, too. Judging by the miasma wafting around today.
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Christian Bjork
a month ago
I went for a run around the park for a good hour or so. I loved the variety of pavement, parks, trails, hills it had to offer. Beautiful park, but a bit dark after hours. Excellent and recommended for a run or walk around with your friends or family.
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Eric Hao
2 months ago
Excellent park with miles of paved sidewalks to run on. There is a giant quad that's great for BBQing, sports, and general frolicking. It's a nice escape from roads and cars.