• East Hall Community Center & Park

    East Hall Community Park is a 90-acre sports complex complete with a 28,000 square-foot multipurpose community center. Includes 1 regulation track, 2 concession stands with accessible restrooms, 2 little league size baseball/softball fields, and 4 tennis courts. East Hall Community Center includes 2 full-size basketball courts, fitness center, indoor elevated Read more [...]

  • Bicentennial Park

    This marker and plaza proudly acknowledge the significant contributions of John William Morrow, Jr., and countless citizens for the betterment of this community. Born in 1918 in Hall County, John W. Morrow, Jr., graduated Booker T. Washington High in Atlanta and served with distinction in the United States Army during Read more [...]

  • Kenwood Park

      This is a small neighborhood park located just off the Queen City Parkway and along Kenwood Drive off of Myrtle Street. It is also located just across the street from Myrtle Street Park. Amenities Walking Trail Creek through the Park  Picnic Tables http://www.gainesville.org/kenwood-park  

  • 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    

  • 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 [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • DeSota Park

    Amenities Basketball Goals Playground Tennis Court Picnic Pavilion with Grill Restroom Facilities For pavilion availability 531.2680. http://www.gainesville.org/desota-park