Shoot Sandy Springs

   
 

You’ll find Sandy Springs to be a production friendly city. Whether you’re looking for modern office buildings, genteel Southern homes, beautiful views of the Chattahoochee River and its wildlife or bustling street scenes, you’ll find it all right here in Sandy Springs. The City also has all the resources and amenities you’ll need to accompany your shoot from the development stage to post-production. By shooting in Georgia, you’ll find strong financial incentives that make working here a smart choice. We hope you’ll make Sandy Springs your choice for film, video, broadcast and music production—there’s so much to see and do here. We are confident you’ll want to visit again and again.
 


Featured Sandy Springs Locations

A-400 Hospitality Highway

Highway that runs from Atlanta to the north Georgia Mountains and right through Sandy Springs.  Governor Sonny Perdue named this highway “Hospitality Highway”.

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Sandy Springs Turtles

Throughout Sandy Springs. Designed by Jack Elrod and painted by local artists, this project gave back to the community in more ways than one.

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King and Queen Buildings

The two tallest suburban buildings in the United States. Located at Landmark Center where I-285 and GA-400 intersect. Buildings are 5 and 6 Concourse Pkwy, Sandy Springs, GA.

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Heritage Green

Heritage Green, Outdoor Amphitheater, Gardens, the springs from which our city gets its name, and the Williams-Payne House Museum (a plain-style farmhouse that has just re-opened to the public with 2 traveling exhibits and 1 Sandy Springs history exhibit)

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John Ripley Forbes Big Trees Forest Preserve

John Ripley Forbes Big Trees Forest Preserve- 30-acre forest preserve built as a spiritual and mental oasis, containing 1.5 miles walking trails.

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Morgan Falls Dam

Morgan Falls Dam (need permission from GA Power, on-site)- Originally built in 1904 by Georgia Power to power the Atlanta streetcars, Morgan Falls Dam now produces enough electricity to power 4400 homes.

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Griffith House and Gardens

Griffith House and Gardens – 5 acres of gardens a historic home on Heards Ferry Road. Need consent from home owner.

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Chattahoochee River

Sandy Springs has over 20 miles of Chattahoochee River shoreline. Along the river you will find cliffs just north of Johnson Ferry with great film views on top of the cliffs and from the water.

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The Brickery Bar & Grill

Restaurant available for shooting.

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Swans at Island Ford and Trails

Two new walking trails located at Island Ford, a great location to see the beautiful swans that inhabit Sandy Springs.

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Caves (Rock Shelters)

Caves (Rock Shelters) used long ago by the Indians – located at Island Ford and viewed from the trail that parallels the river.

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