Recreation Opportunities

Jamey Snyder

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AMPED IN THE PARK 

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. All workouts are fitness friendly (meaning you don’t have to be super fit to participate) and begin at 9 am. Participants are encouraged to register online or at the event site by 8:45 am, bring water and a yoga mat.

A completed release of claims form is required for participation.

RELEASE OF CLAIM FORM

Burn Boot Camp - Woodstock
October 3, 2020
Burn Boot Camp-Woodstock will conduct the workout this October and promises to be a great workout. As a working woman, busy parent, boss lady, super dad or student on the go, life can become hectic! The Burn Boot Camp workout is designed to maximize your results in just 45 minutes with an average burn of 700 calories per camp!

More about Burn Boot Camp


TRAILSTORY

Created by Woodstock Parks and Recreation and the Sequoyah Regional Library System, TrailStory, a project aimed at giving elementary school aged children and their families a fun, active and socially safe way to read a book and enjoy Woodstock’s trails at the same time.

For the month October on Noonday Creek Trail from the Woofstock Park connection towards Hwy 92 and running through the month, 15-20 signs along will be placed along the trail with pages of the book Room on the Broom, a national bestseller, by Julia Donaldson on one side of the sign and interactive/QR code questions about the book on the other side of the sign. Children and their families can enjoy the book and the trail at their own pace, anytime, as many times as they like through the entirety of October. 


DISC GOLF

The Prodigy PAR2 Disc Golf Course is a full 18 hole short course located in Dupree Park.  This course is perfect for practicing your short game or playing a round with the family.

Mobile Scoring 


MOUNTAIN BIKING

The Taylor Randahl Memorial Mountain Bike Trail system is comprised of three trails providing over 14 miles of single track: Explorer (Intermediate), Avalanche (Intermediate) and The Mill Trails (Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced). Avalanche opened in 2010, Explorer in 2011 and The Mill in 2015. Woodstock partners with SORBA WOODSTOCK for the management and maintenance of this trail system  Information and current trail status can be found below.

SORBA WOODSTOCK

Dupree Park is home to a series of mountain bike trails that are perfect for beginner biking and hiking. Perfect your riding on Lions, Tigers and/or Bears and learn new skills on Oh My!

Trail Maps & Elevations


FITNESS STATION AT DUPREE PARK

The Dupree Park outdoor fitness station is located adjacent to the walking path. This equipment utilize your own body weight as resistance, providing a great full body workout. Please inspect each piece of equipment before use and contact the Parks and Recreation office immediately if you find an issues.

Remember to take 2 minutes of rest between exercises and stay hydrated.


PADDLESPORTS AT OLDE ROPE MILL PARK

Olde Rope Mill Park has become the spot for launching canoes, kayaks and paddleboards into Little River. Points of interest for paddlers include Lake Allatoona and Little River Marina. The EZ-launch, ADA accessible launch has made it an ideal spot to put in for all abilities.

WATER SAFETY INFO

LIFE JACKET INFO


FISHING

There are several opportunities to fish from the banks or docks at Olde Rope MIll Park. Little River and Lake Allatoona are known to have bass, catfish, bream, crappie and other species.

FISHING FORECAST

Dupree Park has a pond that is stocked for fishing and includes a boardwalk and fishing pier to cast from.

LATEST STOCKING REPORT