The outdoors is calling and there is plenty for residents of Atlanta homes to do out at Piedmont Park. Miles of trails are waiting for runners and walkers to take a stroll. Scenic water fountains are scattered along the route adding to the beauty of the paths. Local athletes can grab their rackets and make their way out to the tennis court. Or, a group of guys and girls can organize a team and get a game of basketball going. The main roadway and 10th Street Meadow Paths are designated spots for rollerblading, cycling and skateboarding. Furbabies don’t have to be left at their Atlanta homes but can join in on the family outing as well. Piedmont Dog Park is comprised of three acres of dog friendliness with areas for both small and larger breeds. Tails will be happily wagging here.
Atlanta Real Estate Owners Get Pool Passes for the Summer
Two unique playgrounds are calling to the kids. The Noguchi Playscape was designed by internationally acclaimed artist and sculptor Isamu Noguchi. This one of a kind place of play showcases traditional fun with an emphasis on colors and textures. The Mayor’s Grove Sensory Playground was created with a focus on sensory stimulation play for all children of all abilities. The Piedmont Park Aquatic Center opens up its season for recreational swimming at the end of May. This is the perfect time to consider purchasing a pass for the season. What better way for Atlanta real estate owners to beat the summer heat than by cooling off in or relaxing by the pool.
Sun shiny days are perfect for picnics so pack a basket and the car and head on over to Piedmont Park. For more details and other park activities visit the Piedmont Park website today.