Dunwoody Park is a 35-acre park facility home to both two baseball diamonds, a significant nature preserve with hiking trails and Wildcat Creek, as well as nature classrooms in the Dunwoody Nature Center. Dunwoody Park is home to two thriving Dunwoody non-profit organizations the Dunwoody Nature Center and Dunwoody Senior Baseball.
Dunwoody Nature Center
The Dunwoody Nature Center inspires the love of nature and cultivates environmental understanding and stewardship by conserving and enhancing Dunwoody Park; educating children, families, and adults of all ages about the natural world and our place in it; and motivating environmental awareness and responsible action.
The Dunwoody Nature Center offers programming year round, inviting members and visitors alike to move through the meadow, creek, and trails of Dunwoody Park. Check out the Dunwoody Nature Center’s website to learn more about their upcoming programs.
Dunwoody Senior Baseball
Dunwoody Senior Baseball operates on the two baseball fields located at the southern entrance to Dunwoody Park off of Roberts Drive. Dunwoody Senior Baseball started for boys too old to play Little League and has flourished into a diverse program including spring middle school league, summer college-age wood bat league, and year-round Travel Teams. Over 1,000 boys and young men play baseball at Dunwoody Park each year with Dunwoody Senior Baseball.
Dunwoody Park Playground
Tucked in the woods, on the eastside of Wildcat Creek, is the Dunwoody Park Playground. This hidden amenity is a gem for hiking parties with young children or families that in need of a little outdoor fun. In October 2014, the City Council approved funds to update and improve the playground equipment.