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Newtown Park

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Penn C wrote a review Nov 2019
3 contributions2 helpful votes
For those of us that have been terrorized by this BIG BLACK (Native American/German Shephard) dog DAILY. He is moving to Colorado! NO MORE DOG FIGHTS! (thank god) so many folks 'will NOT be going back' due to his rediculously irresponsible 'sitter' (he is great with the actual owner) is GONE. no more fear.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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John J wrote a review Nov 2019
Johns Creek, Georgia16 contributions1 helpful vote
Fantastic concert on a Saturday night! Great facility! We had 8 people and brought god and chairs , etc. really nice facility and it helped that the weather was perfect!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Bev8789 wrote a review Oct 2019
Roswell, Georgia548 contributions142 helpful votes
We went with friends to The Yacht Rock Revue concert. Summit Rocks sponsored this charity event for a good cause which we totally support. Couple of comments: one, the site said the door opens at 6:30 but we got there on time and it was already very full So that was misleading. If it opens earlier they should post that to be fair. Second, and most annoying, they clearly stated in the site that only low beach type chairs and blankets would be allowed. They not only allowed the tall fold up chairs in, but then those folks took the spaces at the front of each tier so there was no where for us who followed the rules to sit where we could see over the tall chairs. They could have left space for us at the front as they could easily see over us. So much for the rules and the ‘crew’ said nothing about it. Either don’t allow them, or have sections set up for tall chairs BEHIND the lower chairs so everyone can see. Very frustrating. Other than that, the show was great and they raised over 150k for a good cause. I think with better communication on entry time and sitting arrangements for chairs it could be much more fun.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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BloggerLinda wrote a review Oct 2019
Johns Creek, Georgia1,583 contributions163 helpful votes
Beautiful small town center amphitheater. Spirits, food, food trucks in addition to great music. It’s summit rocks sponsored. $40 a ticket for lawn tickets. But part goes to charity. The summit counseling center. Not a big place so perfect to easily go to the bathroom.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Dan wrote a review Aug 2019
Panama City Beach, Florida10,571 contributions271 helpful votes
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My wife and I recently visited this community park with our four year old Granddaughter. This was our first visit to Newtown Park and we were impressed. What a great place. We started out at the Dream Dog Park. This one acre park has separate areas for large and small dogs. It features artificial turf, tunnels, hoops, a bridge, water drinking stations for the dogs, and sprinklers around a spraying hydrant (basically a splash pad for dogs). My Granddaughter had a great time watching the dogs running through the water. Next up was the playground. She had a blast playing with the other kids. With the extreme afternoon heat it was critical that the playground equipment had shade or she would not have been able to use it. We also got our exercise walking around the 2 miles of paved trails. Her favorite part was the tunnel with the murals painted inside and the trail around the small pond where she was fascinated watching the turtles. It was a very hot sunny day. We spent a couple of hours and really enjoyed our visit. The park is clean, safe, well maintained, and family friendly. Open daily; plenty of parking. Other amenities found at the park: 1-Two outdoor basketball courts 2-Multiple kid’s playgrounds 3-Two Bocce courts 4- Two kid’s playgrounds 5-Multiple (13) pavilions throughout the park with picnic tables & grills 6-Six tennis courts 7-Three baseball/softball fields 8-Multiple restrooms throughout the park 9-Three athletic fields There is also a Community clubhouse, garden, Senior center, Amphitheater, and a Veterans Memorial Walk.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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