Parks and Recreation

With more than 180 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.

Special note about COVID-19 (3/16/2020): To follow the guidelines set forth by the CDC, the City of Dunwoody Parks Department will be closing all indoor park facilities to the public.

All programs, meetings, classes, events and rentals have been suspended until Monday, May 18. We will reassess the situation weekly. The health and well-being of our citizens is our main priority during this difficult time.

Check this page for updates:


Dunwoody’s parks are home to several major community events each year including MLK Day of Service, the Groovin' on the Green concert series and Dunwoody Wine Stroll and offer a variety of activities including skating, tennis, and more.

The City of Dunwoody takes pride in the facilities it has available so that citizens of all ages can play. Whether baseball is your passion or walking is your activity of choice, the City of Dunwoody has a wealth of recreation resources for you!

Brent Walker

Parks and Recreation Director

Phone: 678-382-6857

Have a question for Brent? Reach out for any additional information or help.

"The Parks Department is committed to providing high quality park and recreation amenities to our residents. We look forward to serving you in our parks. "

-Brent Walker, Parks and Recreation Director

Rent a Park Facility

Click here to rent a facility or view the facility availability calendar. 


Report a Problem

SeeClickFix is an online web application that allows park users to report non-emergency issues such as graffiti or broken park equipment on a map for everyone to see. The application sends notifications to the Parks Maintenance Team so the issues can be addressed.

After-Hours Emergency

On weekends and after-hours, report emergency maintenance issues by calling (678) 382-6700 and Press 2 to be connected to the on call staff member. The Parks Maintenance Team responds 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to emergencies that occur in city parks such as flooding, icing and obstructions such as downed trees and sink holes.