Piedmont Park

Piedmont Park, established in 1887, is Atlanta’s premier urban park, expanding over time to cover 200 acres. It has been a central gathering space, hosting events like the 1895 Cotton States and International Exposition and attracting over 4 million visitors each year. This historical park blends natural beauty with recreational facilities, including Lake Clara Meer, sports fields, and the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Piedmont Park is a year-round hub for festivals, markets, and cultural events, offering a snapshot of Atlanta’s community life and outdoor heritage.

With its varied landscapes, from open meadows to wooded trails, the park serves as a recreational and cultural spotlight in the heart of the city. It’s a place that offers something for everyone, from serene walks and sports to large-scale public events in a historic yet modern setting.