Woodstock Parks and Recreation offers many parks, trails, and recreational amenities for you to enjoy at your leisure. Want a sense of adventure and competition? You have that too. Whether kayaking, river or pond fishing, mountain biking, outdoor sports, or wellness events; Woodstock has it all.
Get out and play!
For more information and to get details on when you can register for a community garden plot, how much it costs, and when you can renew, click above.
AMPED in the Park is a FREE monthly fitness series presented by Woodstock Parks & Recreation and a monthly community partner at the Northside Hospital-Cherokee Amphitheater.
For active adults and seniors, the William G. Long Senior Center is the place to be. Daily programs, weekly lunches and field trips, and extended trips to places like New England in the Fall, Nashville, and Hawaii, be sure to join in on the fun! Visit the link above for more information and to view the current newsletter of events and programs.
Olde Rope Mill Park
The Taylor Randahl Memorial Mountain Bike Trail system is comprised of three trails: Explorer (Intermediate), Avalanche (Intermediate) and The Mill Trails (Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced). Avalanche opened in 2010, Explorer in 2011 and The Mill in 2015. For current trail status and more information visit www.sorbawoodstock.org.
Dupree Park Family Mountain Bike Trails
For shorter trails perfect for beginner biking and hiking, visit the Family Mountain Bike trails at Dupree Park.
Prodigy PAR2 Disc Golf Course at Dupree Park
This is a full 18 hole short course, perfect for practicing your short game or playing a round with the family. Is your short game up for a PAR2 Challenge?
Woofstock Dog Park has large breed and a small breed off-leash areas, complete with shade structures fountains, benches, restrooms, and also serves as a trail head connection to Noonday Creek and Town Lake Pass trails.
Click HERE to visit the Woofstock park page.
Click HERE for a copy of the Off Leash Area Rules
Dupree Park Outdoor Fitness Station
FREE to use and located on the walking path at Dupree Park. Fitness stations use your own body weight as resistance and provides a great full body workout. Perfect for combining with some laps around the path.
Please inspect each piece of equipment before each use and contact the Parks and Recreation Department immediately there is an issue (770) 517-6788.
Remember to take 2 minutes of rest between exercises and stay hydrated!
Park Pavilion Usage
Woodstock Parks and Recreation does not accept reservations for pavilions. Picnics and parties are allowed in the pavilions on a first come first serve basis for FREE.
Be sure to follow City of Woodstock ordinances for parks and recreation.
Ordinances can be found by clicking HERE.
Dupree Park: 3 small pavilions
Olde Rope Mill Park: 1 small pavilion
Canoeing & Kayaking Olde Rope Mill Park
Olde Rope Mill Park has become the spot for launching canoes and kayaks into the Little River. Points of interest from the park include Toonigh Creek Falls, Little River Marina, and Lake Allatoona.
Click HERE for General Safety Rules on the river.
Click HERE for more specific life jacket information.
Olde Rope Mill Park - Little River
Whether you use a kayak, canoe, stand up paddleboard, or enjoy fishing from the dock or the bank, there are plenty of opportunities to fish for bass, catfish, bream, crappie, and other species from within the park.
Click HERE for more Lake Allatoona fishing information.
The pond at Dupree Park is stocked for fishing and is complete with a new boardwalk and fishing dock.
Click HERE for the latest stocking report.