Visit Georgia's Great Lake 45 Minutes North of Atlanta

Summer Outing at Laurel Park

Description
Offering a dog park, sprayground and mega boat ramp, this 136-acre park is one of the largest and most frequented parks in Hall County.Laurel Park is home to Hall County’s new mega boat ramp.
The mega-ramp is 350 feet in length, about 1,048 feet in elevation, to give residents and visitors lake access during drought conditions. The project also included construction of a fishing tournament staging area, restrooms and additional parking.The project is a joint venture between Hall County and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in conjunction with the State of Georgia Governor’s Go Fish Program Grant.

Seasons/Hours
Open year-round. Park closes at dark.
Sprayground Hours: Monday—Friday (Closed for the Season), Weekends 12:00 p.m. -5:00 p.m. (Closes for the season Sept. 1, 2014)

Pets
Pets Allowed

Cost
Sprayground Admission – $2.00

Amenities
2 Little League fields
2 softball fields
Concession stand
Playground
3 restroom buildings
2 tennis courts
25 picnic sites with grills
3 picnic shelters (2 with water and electricity)
Boat ramp
One-mile walking trail
Sprayground (seasonal water playground) for small children.Bark Park https://www.facebook.com/LaurelBarkPark

Directions
Laurel Park is located off Highway 129 (Cleveland Highway) north of Gainesville. Take Exit 24 off I-985, and turn left at end of ramp onto Jesse Jewell Parkway. Travel to Limestone Parkway (2nd stoplight) and turn right. Go to the end of Limestone parkway and turn right onto Cleveland Highway. Park is located one mile from bridge on right at New Bridge Baptist Church. Follow signs.
Driving Map

Contact
Please contact Hall County Parks & Leisure for more information on reserving and pricing for the pavilions and fields. 770-535-8280

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