Winner: Best park in Sandy Springs | Best of Sandy Springs

The sun is out and metro Atlantans are enjoying it by going for a hike or stroll in their favorite parks. 

Sandy Springs residents are no exception, and they’ve cast their votes for the best park the North Fulton city has to offer.

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The newest Best of Sandy Springs poll results are in and here’s how the voting went.

In sixth place with 2% of votes came Heritage Sandy Springs Museum and Park. Marsh Creek Rain Garden Park followed in fifth place. It garnered 6% of votes. Fourth place went to Abernathy Greenway, which received 8% of votes.

Now, for the top three.

Third place went to Big Trees Forest Preserve, a 30-acre nature preserve that is a tree and wildlife sanctuary. It garnered 11% of votes. An increase in votes came for second place Morgan Falls Overlook Park. The family friendly park, which features playgrounds and walking trails and picturesque views of the river, received 30% of votes.

So which park earned the title of the best one in Sandy Springs?

The winner is Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, which got a whopping 42% of the votes. Guests who visit the park can have a picnic or go on a sunny stroll with 48 miles of river alongside them.

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Be sure to view our other Best of Sandy Springs winners:

» Best late-night spot

» Best patio

» Best first date spot

» Best spa

» Best rainy day activity

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