Find a Park or Park Facility
With more than 170 acres of green space, Dunwoody residents and visitors, of all ages, can enjoy the many activities found in any one of the city's seven major parks. Dunwoody's parks are home to several major events each year and offer a variety of activities including skateboarding, tennis, and more.
The City of Dunwoody takes pride in its facilities it has available so that citizens of all ages can play. Whether baseball is your passion or walking your activity of choice, the City of Dunwoody has a wealth of recreation resources for you to enjoy. Find your park here!
Looking to rent a park facility? The City of Dunwoody offers a number of rental facility locations available for private parties, birthdays, family reunions and corporate events.
See what's happening in Dunwoody Parks by viewing the Discover Dunwoody Parks & Recreation 2017 Summer Activities Guide.
Brook Run Park
Located at 4770 North Peachtree Road, at 102-acres, Brook Run Park is the largest park in not only Dunwoody but the region. This signature park features a large children’s playground, 2-mile loop multi-use trail, skate park, dog park, community garden, and event pavilion.
Located at 4831 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, this historic home, built in the 1870’s, and 5-acre property is available to view and enjoy by appointment or by reservation for events. The city is preparing for renovations, after which the grounds will be open year round for picnics, strolls, and free play in the open lawn.
Located at 5321 Roberts Drive and 5343 Roberts Drive, at 35-acres, Dunwoody Park includes two baseball diamonds, a significant nature preserve with hiking trails, Wildcat Creek, a playground in the woods, and nature classrooms in the Dunwoody Nature Center. Both the Dunwoody Nature Center and Dunwoody Senior Baseball are proud to call Dunwoody Park home.
Located at 4400 Dunwoody Park Drive, at 3-acres, Georgetown Park is just the right size for a signature playground connected by a multi-use trail to a central square area complete with a grand gazebo, bocce courts, and decorative artisan fountain.
North DeKalb Cultural Arts Center
Located at 5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, the North DeKalb Cultural Arts Center and 6-acre property is a multi-arts complex conjoined to the Dunwoody Library. The North DeKalb Cultural Arts Center offers programs and classes for art enthusiasts of all ages looking to explore the incredible world of the arts. The Spruill Center for the Arts, Stage Door Players, and the Chattahoochee Handweavers Guild are all proud to call the North DeKalb Cultural Arts Center home.
Park at Pernoshal Court
Located at 4575 North Shallowford Road, at 5-acres, the Park at Pernoshal Court includes a pavilion, bathrooms, basketball courts, a pickleball court, large open field area for play, and a connection to part of the Dunwoody Trailway.
Vernon Oaks Park
Located at the corner of Vernon Springs Drive and Vernon Oaks Drive, Vernon Oaks Park is a hidden gem tucked into a tree lined Dunwoody neighborhood. This pocket park features a walking trail, seating, and a stone spring house.
Windwood Hollow Park
Located at 4865 Lakeside Drive, at 11-acres, Windwood Hollow Park features a playground, two tennis courts, picnic pavilion, nature trails, and an open meadow for free play.
Alternatively, if you’re looking for a good on-street bike ride, check out the Jim Benson Bike Trail, an 8-mile marked bicycle route that begins and ends at Brook Run Park. Optional spurs and high traffic areas are marked on the route map.