Roswell Area Park, located off of Woodstock Road, is situated within the heart of the city. With 1.6 miles of…More walking trails and 7.4 miles of historic trails, the park is perfect for exercise and walking enthusiasts. A recreation center, swimming pool, picnic areas, ballfields, a playground and restrooms can all be found within the park.
Visitors will find ample room to park in several different lots throughout the park.
The city's Big Creek Park off Old Alabama Road hooks in with Alpharetta's Big Creek Greenway and is the location of…More green space and several mountain bike trails, including two new mountain biking pump tracks.
East Roswell Park 9000 Fouts Rd, Roswell, GA30076 East Roswell Park offers residents 40 acres of recreational space. With trails, playgrounds, ballfields, pavilions,…More tennis courts and activity center with gyms, the park has something for everyone. Check in with the recreation center or the seasonal city guide for an accurate calendar of activities and sports offered at the park throughout the year.
Esther Jackson Elementary School, located off Martin Dr. in Martin's Landing, serves local student from Kindergarten…More through fifth grade.
Esther Jackson offers students a traditional curriculum, as well as extra electives and physical education opportunities. A nature trail can also be found on the school property for students to enjoy.
Hembree Park 850 Hembree Rd, Roswell, GA30076 Hembree Park is a recreational area and community park. The park has a one-mile walking trail, tennis courts, a…More playground, batting cages, baseball fields, and a pavilion with benches and grills. There is also a rec center, which has offices and information for all programs and sports played in the park, as well as a game room and two basketball courts.
Riverside Park 575 Riverside Rd, Roswell, GA30075 Riverside Park is a recreational area serving residents of Roswell and the surrounding communities. The location…More offers numerous facilities, including playgrounds, picnic areas, fields, and a walking and bike trail. Numerous community events are hosted at the park; call the listed number for a schedule.
Avistelé At Martin's Landing 1500 Harbor Lndg, Roswell, GA30076 The Avistelé community enjoys a great number of amenities for an apartment complex: there is a private lake with…More fish, a nature trail, four swimming pools and 15 tennis courts. Another unusual service offered is a concierge service. The complex is not overly large, and thus all residents are able to walk to the lake.
Located on 50 acres of lakefront property, Kings Bridge Apartments has recently undergone a renovation and has been…More taken over by new ownership. Four agents, some bilingual, are available to show customers the 312 town houses that surround the lake.
The apartment complex also includes an Olympic-size pool and walking trails. Open since 1972,one of the biggest draws to Kings Bridge Apartments is the excellent Roswell school system.
City of Roswell Waller Park 250 Oak St, Roswell, GA30075 Waller Park and the Waller Park Extension, which can be reached off Dobbs Drive and Grimes Bridge Road, offers Roswell…More residents a place to walk nature trails, play on the athletic fields, swing at the playground enjoy the picnic area or play basketball in the recreation center. For more information or a list of programs available at the recreation center, visit the city's website, or call 770-594-6147.
Chattahoochee Nature Center 9135 Willeo Rd, Roswell, GA30075 The Chattahoochee Nature Center is a nature park and a nature preservation and educational center. The park features…More walking and biking trails and picnic areas, all surrounding a beautiful stretch of the Chattahoochee River. The nature center provides support for hikers, bikers and groups, and also features an environmental program to teach the public about preservation. Summer camps are available and canoeing trips can be arranged for individuals and groups. Visit the Web site for more info on programs, summer camp enrollment, procedures and to learn more about the history of the park.