• Roper Park

    City Park, Candler Fields, and Roper Park Athletic Field Fee and Charges. For pavilion, rentals call 770-535-3078 Amenities Pavilion Playground Lighted Tennis Court Restroom Ball Field    

  • Rock Creek Greenway

    Rock Creek Greenway is a series of parks that include: The greenway connects the downtown square of Gainesville, Georgia to the beautiful surroundings of Lake Lanier. For more information about Rock Creek Greenway or call us at 770-531-2680 for access information regarding the greenway. http://www.gainesville.org/lake-lanier      

  • Rock Creek Veterans Park

    Amenities Gateway to the Rock Creek Amphitheater with seating for 300/electricity available War Memorial Multi-Use Trail Part of the Solar System Trail Benches Pond Rock Creek Park is on the left across the street from the Hall County Library. http://www.gainesville.org/rock-creek-park      

  • Riverside Park

      Amenities Pavilion Playground Bench Swing Available Rentals Pavilion 4 Hours $25/resident, $35/non-resident Pavilion 8 Hours $35/resident, $45/non-resident Directions From South – I-985, take exit 22, go left at end of ramp, following US Highway 129 North for about 2 ½ miles (Highway 129 will become historic Green Street). When Read more [...]

  • Poultry Park

    This is the only park that pays homage to Gainesville’s significant place in the poultry industry. Look high in the sky to see the chicken that rests atop the 25-foot-tall marble obelisk monument. Located at Jesse Jewell Parkway and Grove Street. This is a small park providing benches and gardens Read more [...]

  • Lanier Point Park & Athletic Complex

    Located on the shores of Lake Lanier, Lanier Point Athletic Complex is one of the premier athletic facilities in the Southeast. Each year, the 96-acre complex serves almost 15,000 players and approximately 75,000 spectators. Amenities Easy Access Ample Parking Picnic facilities Hollywood bases Phone to all fields Metal halide lighting Read more [...]

  • Ivey Terrace Park

    Located at 607 Ridgewood Terrace. IveyTerrace Park, one of Gainesville’s oldest parks, was built in 1936 by the Civilian Conservation Corps and underwent recent park-wide renovations. Ivey Terrace connects Rock Creek Park to Wilshire Trails. Amenities Multi-use Trail Picnic Pavilion Bridge Crossover Water Basin Gazebo Picnic Tables Part of the Solar Read more [...]

  • Holly Park – Pavilions, & Fishing

    Holly Park is located at the northern end of Lake Lanier. It offers Boat Ramp, 2 Picnic Pavilions W/Grills, Picnic Tables, and Fishing Areas. LakeLanier.com is a comprehensive guide on the area and we’re happy to share this content from their incredible resource: http://www.lakelanierparks.com/ 

  • Engine 209 Park

      Located in downtown Gainesville, this is a historical park with benches and gardens centered around Train Engine 209, a coal car and a red caboose. This is also part of the Adopt-A-Park program through the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce. The Gainesville Midland Railroad served Gainesville around the turn Read more [...]