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East Cobb is home to numerous public parks with hundreds of acres of land and uses ranging from ball fields and playgrounds to nature preserves and even off-leash dog parks. Parks are generally free to use and open to the public from dusk to dawn.

Staff Picks

East Cobb Park
3322 Roswell Rd
Marietta, GA 30068
(770) 591-3160
Open 7 am to 10 pm
East Cobb Park is a 20 acre park that features playgrounds, pavilions, walking paths, picnic areas, fields, scenic bridges, and creek overlooks.

Mabry Park
When completed, Mabry Park will be East Cobb’s newest and one of the largest parks, with 26.5 acres of beauty. The master plan calls for a playground, walking trails, community garden, pavilions, tree houses, a pond with an overlook bridge, a boardwalk across a wetlands area and plenty of open meadows.
Wesley Chapel Road
Marietta GA 30066

Fall view of a pond in Mabry Park
Mabry Park in East Cobb | © EastCobb.com

Hyde Farm
721 Hyde Rd
Marietta, GA 30068
Located just off of Lower Roswell Road in East Cobb, Hyde Farm is a 135 acre farm that was in existance from the 1830s to 2009. The land, farm, and buildings have been preserved as an educational and recreational facility. Named “one of the great treasures of Cobb County” by Cobb County Commissioner Bob Ott, “the drive down scenic Hyde Road cannot prepare you for your journey back in time. As you walk along the terrace gardens past the old farmhouse, or drink from the working well, it is hard to imagine that just a short distance away is East Cobb. It is hard to imagine long ago when all of East Cobb was like Hyde.”

East Cobb Parks

Bells Ferry Park
1 Picnic Pavilion , 2 Playgrounds, 4 Tennis courts, 4 Softball fields, 2 Concession buildings, 2 Batting cages
2334 Bells Ferry Road
Marietta GA 30066
(770) 591-3160

Fullers Park
2 Picnic pavilions, 1 Playground, 4 Tennis courts, 5 Baseball fields, 1 Baseball/football field, 1 Football/soccer field, 3 Concession buildings, Batting cages, Fullers Recreation Center
3499 Robinson Road
Marietta GA 30068
(770) 591-3160 (Park and Picnic Pavilion info)
(770) 509-2737 (Fullers Recreation Center)

Harrison Park
1 Picnic pavilion, 3 Playgrounds, 2 Concession buildings, 7 Baseball fields, Batting cages, Harrison Tennis Center (16 courts)
2653 Shallowford Road
Marietta GA 30066
(770) 591-3160

Mount Bethel Park
1 Baseball field, Batting cages, Concession building
4777 Lower Roswell Rd
Marietta 30067
(770) 591-3160

Sandy Plains Park
Playground, 4 Softball fields, Batting cages, Concession building
2977 Gordy Parkway NE
Marietta GA 30066
(770) 591-3160

Sewell Park
Picnic pavilion, Playground, 5 Baseball fields, 2 Concession buildings, 3 Baseball fields, 4 Tennis courts, Batting cages, Outdoor swimming pool, Walking trail
2055 Lower Roswell Road
Marietta GA 30067
(770) 591-3160

Shaw Park
5 Baseball fields, Batting cages, 4 Tennis courts, Multi-purpose court, 2 Picnic Pavilions, 2 Playgrounds, Concession building, Northeast Cobb Community Center adjacent to park)
900 Shaw Park Road
Marietta GA 30066
(770) 591-3160

Sweat Mountain Park
3 Baseball fields, Batting cages, 2 Practice fields, 4 Tennis courts, Playground, Picnic pavilion, Concession building, Dog Park. The off-leash dog park includes an area for large dogs and an area for smaller dogs weighing 30 lbs. or less.
Open daily dawn until dusk
Closed each Wednesday morning for maintenance
4346 Steinhauer Road
Marietta GA 30066
(770) 591-3160

Terrell Mill Park
2 Picnic pavilions, Playground, 4 Softball fields, Terrell Mill Tennis Center (8 courts), Concession building, Soccer field
480 Terrell Mill Road
Marietta GA 30067
(770) 591-3160

Wright Environmental Education Center
The Jean & Elwood Wright Environmental Education Center includes nineteen acres of protected land, with a wide selection of plants native to Georgia. Walking trails throughout the property allows many opportunities to study diverse flora and fauna.
The park is open only for scheduled visits, not daily public access, and parking is available on Post Oak Tritt Road next to the Chestnut Ridge Christian Church.
2661 Johnson Ferry Road
Marietta GA 30062
(770) 528-8825
cobbcounty.org

Cochran Shoals off Columns Drive
There is a parking lot at the end of Columns Drive, and a walking/hiking/running/biking trail that follows the Chattahoochee river and then loops back. See the linked map below for more trails and options.
168 Columns Dr
Marietta, GA 30067
http://www.nps.gov/chat/planyourvisit/upload/TrailMapColumnsDrive.pdf

Near East Cobb

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
Hike to the top of Kennesaw Mountain for a fantastic view of the surrounding area, including Downtown Atlanta. Cars can drive to the top on weekdays, and a shuttle to the top is available on weekends. The park also features a visitor’s center and museum with a 35 minute Atlanta Campaign movie, gift shop, picnic areas, battlefields, walking trails, and more.
900 Kennesaw Mountain Dr
Kennesaw, GA 30152
nps.gov/kemo/index.htm
(770) 427-4686

Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area
“An Ancient River in a Modern City”
Activities include hiking, rafting (shoot the hooch), fishing, picnics, and more.
1978 Island Ford Parkway
Sandy Springs, GA 30350
nps.gov/chat/index.htm
(678) 538-1200

Chattahoochee Nature Center
9135 Willeo Rd
Roswell, GA 30075
chattnaturecenter.org
(770) 992-2055

Vickery Creek Falls Roswell Mill
Bring your camera to this hidden gem in nearby Roswell. The area features ruins of the old Roswell Mill built in the early 1800’s as well as a waterfall, hiking trails, and a covered bridge for hikers.
95 Mill St
Roswell, GA 30075
(770) 641-3705

Morgan Falls Overlook Park
200 Morgan Falls Rd
Sandy Springs, GA 30350
sandyspringsconservancy.org
(770) 730-5600