Sandy Springs is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. With more than 22 miles of shoreline on the Chattahoochee River and beautifully maintained parks, there’s something for everyone in Sandy Springs.
Sandy Springs is home to a variety of species of birds and wildlife and community partners like the Atlanta Audubon Society provide opportunities to explore our “neighbors.”
Home to many of the metro areas most popular cycling events, Sandy Springs combination of flat stretches and gently rolling hills provide both a challenge and a break for cyclists.
The Chattahoochee River is the City’s northern and western border providing ample opportunities to cast away!
Tee off in Sandy Springs at one of the City’s golf courses.
You don’t have to leave town to saddle up. Home to two popular horse stables with each offering lessons, boarding and event facilities, the City transforms into equestrian’s dream come true.
From urban street portraits to wildlife photography, there are an abundance of opportunities in Sandy Springs that will inspire your creative side.
Grab a canoe, kayak or raft and spend a day rolling down the river.
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