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This walk begins at the 185-acre Piedmont Park, one of Atlanta?s oldest. For more than one hundred years, Atlantans have gathered in the heart of the city for recreation, as well as for cultural and sports events. The park has served as a showplace for art, music, and politics, and as an anchor to from trails.com
Swimming has a long tradition at Piedmont Park. The park's first bathhouse was built in 1911. A granite bathhouse, called Greystone, replaced the wood version in 1927. Parkgoers swam in Lake Clara Mara until the early 1970s when health concerns arose. The park's first swimming pool was built in 197 from patch.com
Piedmont Park is Atlanta's Central Park, or at least a mini version of it. Among all the skyscrapers in the Midtown area, this is a beautiful piece of green. There are paved trails that many like to come and roller blade on a weekend afternoon. There's even a dog park for fido. Besides the green sp from 10best.com
The most expansive and popular of Atlanta's city parks was originally laid out for the Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895, and it now attracts more than 2 million visitors annually. Dog owners, sun seekers and sports enthusiasts flock to the park to enjoy the fair weather, largely u from famplosion.com
Atlanta's first leash-free dog park! This park is open during daylight hours and offers dog water fountains, big rocks for dogs to climb on, hilly terrain, benches, free dog waste bags, and will soon have a shelter to provide shade. from discovery.com