The City of Dunwoody is very excited to open this new amenity at Brook Run Park. The two new baseball fields were designed with Dunwoody Senior Baseball and Peachtree Charter Middle School to provide a variety of sports opportunities for our baseball league and the middle school physical education classes. The artificial turf maximizes the playtime available and has a multi-sport overlay for baseball, softball and soccer.
The baseball fields are available for use for pick-up games, after 4pm Monday-Friday, outside of the scheduled school and baseball activities. Current baseball programming can be found here.
Please, no metal cleats, seeds, gum, drinks or other such items on the fields. For league or organized play, please contact John Crawford with Dunwoody Senior Baseball at email@example.com
Dunwoody Community Garden at Brook Run Park is more than a place to grow organic food; it is a place to cultivate community. With each seed planted in the garden, fresh produce, healthy lifestyles, and eco-literacy will grow. Run by the 501(c)(3) Dunwoody Community Garden at Brook Run Park, approximately twenty percent of the produce is donated to charity. All members of the community, not just green thumbs, are encouraged to visit and see what’s sprouting at the garden.
For more information:
• P.O. Box 888442, Dunwoody, GA 30356
• Visit us at dcgo.org
The Community Garden is open from 7:00 a.m. – sunset.
The Brook Run Dog Park is roughly two wooded acres for off-leash play. Nestled in the woods towards the back of Brook Run Park, the tree canopy offers shade protection from the summer heat as well as from mild rains. The Dog Park is entirely fenced and features multiple entry points with double-gates for safety of the dogs and their humans. Run by the 501(c)(3) Brook Run Dog Park Association, regular clean-up days and volunteer opportunities abound.
For more information:
• Brook Run Dog Park Renovation Plans
Please remember that outside of the confines of the Dog Park, your dog is required by law to be leashed, including between your car and the gates of the Dog Park. Please do not allow your dog to wander off-leash outside of the fence.
The Dog Park is open from 7:00 a.m. – sunset.
Enjoy the two new multi-sport fields, complete with a concession stand, overlook plaza, parking, restrooms, and an added entrance from Barclay Drive. Stop by to watch youth soccer, adult flag football or to play a pick-up game of your own!
Both fields are free and first-come, first-serve outside of scheduled programming. Program schedules are posted weekly onsite.
Current "Free Play" hours are:
Monday-Friday: 7am-3:30pm (Both Fields)
Saturday: 7-10am (Field 1)
8-10pm (Field 2)
Sunday: 7-9am & 8-10pm (Field 1)
8-10pm (Field 2)
We are not accepting paid field reservations at this time.
Outside of scheduled programming, Brook Run Park also houses two open fields for your use. The Front Field (near the playground) and the new Peach Field (near the Community Garden) are open for pick-up play. Please no organized games or practices in these areas.
Brook Run Skate Park is the largest skate park in the metro Atlanta area, consisting of a variety of skate terrain for all skill levels. The park was designed to accommodate entry-level skaters as well as challenge more advanced “street skaters” looking to test themselves on elements they might encounter throughout most public locations. The 27,000 sq. ft. facility is a “flow” type of park and is fully lighted.
Helmets are required at the Skate Park so please come prepared. Download the Skate Park Rules.
The Skate Park is open year round, seven days a week from 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. (Sunday through Thursday) and 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. (Friday and Saturday).
The new elevated course and zip-line adventure showcases 52 obstacles and 12 zip-lines in 4 courses. In addition, the park includes a Net Trampoline, the first of its kind in Georgia, and a low ropes course for children ages 4 to 6, called Kiddie Quest. The park also includes picnic tables and birthday party areas.
Learn more at http://www.TreetopQuest.com.