The most expansive and popular of Atlanta's city parks was originally laid out for the Cotton States and International ... More
The most expansive and popular of Atlanta's city parks was originally laid out for the Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895. It now attracts more than 2 million visitors annually. Dog owners, sun seekers and sports enthusiasts flock to the park to enjoy the fair weather, largely unaware that this was the spot of the Battle of Peachtree Creek during the Civil War. The 189-acre facility is home to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens and scenic Lake Clara Meer, and plays host to many of Atlanta's favorite concerts and festivals.
Piedmont park is a wonderful way to relax during the day. From bicycling to skating, slow walking or just laying in the grass this park is a nice place to do it all. The surrounding neighborhoods are fun to walk around as well. Only problem here like any other popular area is to find parking.
I really enjoy going to this park it reminds me of central park. The ducks are just prettier it is smaller, and very pretty. the landscape is beautiful and it is walking distance to the botanical gardens. I go here to commune with nature, and reflex on how bless I am to reside in the A.
This park is great place to visit to take long walks with the one that you love! Don't forget screen on the green. In the summer you can watch old movies while laying out on the beautiful lawn! It's a beautiful well kept park.
The park is well maintained, has lots of room for a variety of activities without feeling crowded or busy. Great city skyline views, a small, quiet lake and the sound of birds make this a great afternoon destination.
The atmosphere of this park gives off a romantic vibe, you can feel at peace. It's gay friendly in the downtown area of Atlanta. Just bring a blanket, a pinic basket, a good book, and someone special... it's worth it... and it doesn't cost a thing to enjoy the crisp clear air with your love one.
piedmont park is great for famlies and pets. The annual Dogwood festival is when I usually make my way down to piedmont park. It's always very crowded. to get the full effect of the park go on an average weekend. there are planty of things to do there.
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