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.
The City of Dunwoody will begin a limited and phased reopening of city parks and Dunwoody City Hall beginning Monday, May 18. The process will start slowly for the protection of the public and employees.
The following City of Dunwoody parks amenities will open on June 1:
- Brook Run Dog Park
- Brook Run Skate Park
The following City of Dunwoody parks amenities will open on May 18:
- Tennis courts and park restrooms that do not service a playground.
- Baseball fields for unorganized play (no team sports or field lighting; groups must spread out to ensure adequate play area and social distancing). The new multi-sport fields at Brook Run are not yet open to the public.
- Indoor facilities will set their own reopening plans with approved COVID-19 safety protocols in place, as defined by the state.
The City of Dunwoody Parks and Recreation Department is working with surrounding municipalities to develop a coordinated approach to reopening. The target date for the reopening of basketball courts and playgrounds has been pushed back. We hope to open our remaining amenities in the next few weeks. For now, those parks amenities remain closed.
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!