340 Parkway 575
Woodstock, GA 30188
Phone: (770) 517-9650
Fax: (770) 517-8487
340 Parkway 575, Woodstock, GA, US, 30188
- Phone: (770) 517-9650
- Fax: (770) 517-8487
This little patch of green in the heart of the city offers a refreshing respite from the urban bustle. Despite its size, the park is beautifully landscaped, and features a gazebo and a fountain. The park also houses the Woodstock War Memorial. Thanks to its location, The Park at the City Center is a convenient meeting point for the city folk, and hosts to numerous events like concerts and festival celebrations throughout the year. Check website for more.
Located north of the city center, Olde Rope Mill Park is a picturesque recreational park by the river. The lush park offers numerous opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts from mountain biking to fishing and canoeing. The Taylor Randahl Mountain Bike Trail within the park, is extremely popular, and attracts amateur as well as professional bikers from all over the region. Besides, this the park has beautiful waterside picnic pavilions as well as decks to spend a carefree day outdoors. Check website for more.
This family fun park features three beautifully landscaped miniature golf courses with challenging obstacles and lagoons to test your skills, as well as bumper boats, a go-kart speedway, and a game room filled with over 50 video and redemption games.
Visit the Cagle's Family Farm with your children for a memorable tour in the countryside. It is an educational experience for children as they learn about the day-to-day activities of the farm. There is a corn maze with clues that one can explore. The hayrides are fun too. The barn allows children to see the various farm animals like ducks, goats and a collie. Haunted barn tours are offered to the more adventurous.
This national park is located on the site of the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, the last significant victory for the South during their defense of Atlanta in 1864. Centered around the namesake mountain, which rises to 1808 feet (551 meters), the park features over 16 miles (26 kilometers) of mapped trails as well as a museum commemorating the historic battle. Picnic sites, battlefield markers and monuments are peppered throughout the forested mountainside, which features great views of Atlanta in clear weather. Maps detailing the trails and battle history are available from the visitors center.
The most complete Civil War battleground of the Atlanta Campaign, this historic park contains a visitors center which offers an informative 20 minute video presentation and contains a variety of Civil War uniforms and artifacts on display.
The South's largest water park is located about 20 minutes from downtown in suburban Cobb County, and is open weekends during May, then daily from June through August. In addition to water slides, wading pools, and all types of aquatic rides, the park offers Friday night "Dive-In Movies," where guests watch first-run movies from inner tubes in the wave pool. Admission is calculated by height. This charge includes free admission to Six Flags' American Adventures park next door.
A wonderful children's theme park that offers numerous thrilling and family rides, an arcade, go carts, miniature golf, and fabulous eateries.
Depicting the lifestyle of middle class merchants in the 1850s, this Greek Revival style house was built by William Root, one of Marietta
Marietta Square is the town square and center of all creative and community events. The lush green surroundings, landscaped area and gleaming fountain make for a pleasant sight. It also has a toy train engine playground for kids to enjoy, while parents take a stroll around. However, highlight of the square is the Gazebo, that is an ideal background for your family photographs or wedding video. Evening Concert Series and Brown Bag Concerts, farmers market, public events, weddings and similar events are regularly held here.
Housed in a restored railroad depot that dates to 1898, this rustic center should be your first stop in Marietta, Atlanta's closest and most distinguished suburb just northwest of town. View the Center's seven-minute video on the history and culture of Cobb County, then browse their library of informative brochures on area attractions, restaurants, accommodations and tours. Whether you come to Marietta to relax, shop, or catch a glimpse of some of the finest residential architecture in Georgia, a quick stop at the Marietta Welcome Center is a good start.
More than 3000 Confederate soldiers are buried in this Marietta cemetery, which was established for the specific purpose in 1866. The soldiers here interred died defending Atlanta during the Civil War in the fighting that took place between Kennesaw and Marietta, most notably in the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain. While there are no maps or markers to help guide visitors, graves are grouped together according to the soldiers' home states. Access to the cemetery is free. Contact Marietta Welcome Center for more information.