With more than 950 acres of green space, Sandy Springs residents and visitors, of all ages, can enjoy the many activities found in any one of the city’s parks and green space areas. The City has 28 developed parks of various sizes and seven undeveloped park properties. The City’s Recreation and Parks department in partnership with the National Park Service, maintain beautiful trails for hiking and exploring along the City’s 22 miles of the Chattahoochee River shoreline.
The City sponsors annual events and partners with local organizations to provide opportunities for residents to mingle, celebrate and get to know each other.
The City offers year-round sport and leisure programs that are conveniently located and affordably priced.
Hosting a party? Looking for activities for you and your family? The City is home to a variety of sports centers and event space rentals.
With nearly two dozen parks and 22 miles of Chattahoochee River shoreline, the City offers a myriad of reasons to get outdoors and get active.
The visual arts are an essential component in the City's commitment to cultural enhancement. You can find inspiration throughout the City at our many galleries with and without walls.
The City's unique location in the metropolitan area makes it a destination for visitors. Visit Sandy Springs is the City's tourism office.
Community engagement is a major priority in the City, and there are many ways you can get involved and volunteer.
The City of Sandy Springs developed a Recreation and Park Master Plan to strategically address and enhance its greenspace and greenways, recreation, parks, open space, and trails.