We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We came to the zoo atlanta before they opened and walked to Grant Park which is adjacent. It is a bit of a steep climb. The paths are nice but the bathrooms were nasty and the huge rolls of tp were chained to the ceiling...More
Grant Park offers an array of spaces to engage the whole family: public pool, basketball courts, tennis court, field for baseball and kickball, playground, etc. and plenty of shade for those extremely hot Atlanta days. This past Thursday, I went with my family (ages: 17,...More
Grant Park was the go to park in the late 1970s & 1980s for simple “fun and hanging out” although historically its been around since the 1800s. Currently it is in transition with renovations that have occurred since the 1990s including recent construction. There is...More
We spend Labor Day weekend 2017 here and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Saturday was a concert of some sort and Sunday was House in the Park. Both days had great music, food and vibe. Great neighborhood all around.
Our waitress at Ria's Bluebird told us about the Grant Neighborhood. Decorated in Halloween fair. A few trees have demolished homes in this area. Walked around and through this neighborhood. As we conversed with very kind community members.
This park was very shady and a comfortable place to meet. We had a 5K run for a campaign. And though the run had hills and down hills, it was a pleasure. Lots of trees for shade. If you want to meet friends or just...More
Nice park, with a lot of green area and squirrels, but it is also the place for the Zoo, and some sport grounds (like Basketball, and Baseball). You can walk around in an hour, or you can have a run like me to keep you...More