Piedmont Park/Botanical Gardens – located between Midtown and Virginia Highlands neighborhoods, Piedmont Park is a 189 acre urban park where concerts, festivals and recreational sporting events are held. The park also offers walking & jogging paths, picnic and grilling areas, tours, fishing, dog walking, skating, biking, tennis playing, swimming, playgrounds, the picturesque Botanical Gardens and of course, beautiful views of Midtown.
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Centennial Park - Home to the 1996 Olympic games, "the Park sponsors community-wide free events, including the Fourth of July Celebration, Music@Noon, the Wednesday WindDown concert series, and FIT Fridays. The Park also hosts festivals, fundraisers and private events. These events, in addition to the normal day-to-day traffic, bring an estimated three million visitors to this urban oasis each year."
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Chastain Park – The largest city park in Atlanta at 286 acres and located at the northern edge of the city, Chastain Park offers jogging paths, playgrounds, tennis courts, a golf course, swimming pool, horse park and ampitheater.
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Historic Fourth Ward Park - "…17 acre public park in the heart of the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. Located near downtown and adjacent to the Atlanta BeltLine, the park is well positioned to serve neighborhood residents as well as visitors from around the city and the region."
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The BeltLine – "The Atlanta Beltline is the most comprehensive transportation and economic development effort ever undertaken in the City of Atlanta and among the largest, most wide-ranging urban redevelopment programs currently underway in the United States. The Atlanta BeltLine is a sustainable redevelopment project that will provide a network of public parks, multi-use trails and transit along a historic 22-mile railroad corridor circling downtown and connecting many neighborhoods directly to each other."
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