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Cascade Springs Nature Preserve
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Cascade Springs Nature Preserve
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Georgia Aquarium
#1 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
This place is one really fantastic place to visit and learn about nature , the oceans and seas and all about fish and marine life.They have an amazing collection of marine species in the thousands.
This wonderful city park is located in downtown Atlanta, close to major attractions such as the world's largest aquarium (Georgia Aquarium), World of Coca-Cola, CNN Center, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic...
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Atlanta Botanical Garden
#2 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
The Atlanta Botanical Garden is a hidden gem! Tucked away on Piedmont Road, next to the magnificent Piedmont Park, are the most beautiful and serene gardens.
It is a great place for gardeners, plant lovers, and anyone who appreciates the beauty of nature.The Botanical garden can also be a fantastic place for a date, for some alone time for reflection, or something diff...
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Piedmont Park
#3 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
With great views of the Atlanta skyline, Piedmont Park is the place to spend a day outside during any day of the year: concerts, festivals, softball games, BBQs, art shows, flower shows, hiking, biking, skating, j...
Excellent Park, always lots of people, good playgrounds, surrounded by food, and frequently some kind of fun activity, sports, fairs, festivals, concerts, etc.
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Atlanta History Center
#4 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Enjoy the beauty and wonder of nature as you stroll through the woods and gardens, and discover a bit of the past on the secret trails behind the mansion.
Hint: you technically need to pay 16$ to enter the Atlanta History Museum, but technically, if you park at Swan Coach House (teahouse and gift shop), it's open access(free) to the Swan House and Tullie farm from t...
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Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail
#5 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
This is a fabulous trail for walking or cycling, with great city views,as well as for accessing Piedmont Park, Historic Fourth Ward Park, Ponce City Market, Inman Park, or Krog Street Market.
Brilliant urban planning in a sprawling city to link neighborhoods with a trail that weaves through Piedmont Park to Ponce City Market to the Historic Fourth Ward to Krog Street and more.
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Swan House
#6 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
After their house in Ansley Park burned in 1924, the Inmans commissioned the Atlanta architectural firm of Hentz, Reid and Adler to design a new house in on 28 acres in the beautiful Buckhead area, a northern Atla...
Take a leisurely walk in the gardens, and get in touch with nature on the walking trails behind the mansion.
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Zoo Atlanta
#7 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
The animals are great to watch and really captured his attention and when he was ready to play there is a wonderful interactive park on the grounds to let him burn off some energy.
We had a trip to zoo was really great all animals looks happy by their nature and the service providers did a fantastic job he answer my all questions about the animals life expectancy and the date of birth.
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Centennial Olympic Park
#8 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Shade trees, fountains and pools, picnic tables, play grounds and monuments to the 96 Olympics make the park a tranquil spot to enjoy a picnic lunch, rest your feet, or people-watch.
Great large park with so much history & places to explore & admire like the Fountains of Rings, statues & places to remember such great games.
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Atlanta BeltLine West End Trail
#9 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Ryan Gravel envisioned repurposing old rail lines circling the city by joining them and creating a swath of land on either side, turning the whole into an urban trolley, hiking, biking, walking trails, parks, rest...
Parked near Ponce Market and walked south to Krog Market and did a little shopping, then headed north to Ansley Park/Piedmont Park.
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Grant Park
#10 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
We have a recumbent tricycle for adults (named Trina, lol) and we used to take Trina Tricycle to the park to ride.
We visited Grant Park on a Sunday morning for their Farmers Market... it was amazing!
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Cascade Springs Nature Preserve
#11 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Great Park to hike easy trails
We are nature lovers so we decided to visit Cascade Springs Nature Preserve on a Sunday afternoon.
Lullwater Park
#12 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
It is the perfect place to experience nature in the city with many species of mammals, reptiles, birds and lush greenery.
One drawback is parking -- you have to park on other parts of the Emory campus, like the visitor's parking area and access off of Clifton Road.
Historic Fourth Ward Park
#13 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Several water features are around the park along with boulders and bridges and an amphitheater for performances.
The park regularly hosts concerts and a myriad of other outdoor events.
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Fetch Park and Ice House
#14 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
We bought the membership - it is well worth it for the cleanliness, friendly staff and Bark Rangers and vetting of each dog in the park, giving us peace of mind knowing our dogs can play safely!
They are welcoming of all types of breeds but want to make sure everyone is up to date on shots etc. and that the other animals will be safe while at the park.
East Palisades Trail
#15 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Great Off-The-Beaten-Path Nature Trail in Sandy Springs area
If you have a car, you have to pay a $3 park fee.
Lake Lanier
#16 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Constitution Lakes
#17 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
This park is tucked away literally in an industrial park.
No public bathroom at the park.
Chastain Park
#18 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Baseball and softball fields, tennis courts (ALTA tennis), picnic areas with grills, a riding stable, a park area with swings as well as a 3-mile walking trail that rings the entire park.
Greenery all around You can either go and sit in the park and let the kids have a good time or just take a walk around There is a golf course and a horse stable nearby.
Doll's Head Trail
#19 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Please don’t bring Trash in to the park.
Freedom Park
#20 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Woodruff Park
#21 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
The Olmsted Linear Park
#22 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
The park is a respite from the heat that is Georgia.
Mary Scott Nature Park
#23 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Cator Woolford Gardens
#24 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Blue Heron Nature Preserve
#25 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Lenox Park
#26 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Central Park
#27 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Perkerson Park
#28 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Shady Valley Park
#29 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta
Folk Art Park
#30 of 36 Nature & Parks in Atlanta