Kids at Play
Summer is soon coming to an end and school will be back in session. What better way to say good-bye to the warm summer months than to soak up the outdoors with the range of parks and playgrounds in the city, indoor and outdoor games for children to play, and a variety of local outdoor recreation experiences that will bring joy to all.
Windy Hill Community Center6
Windy Hill Community Center that was designed using the playground equipment supplier PlayCore's seven principles of inclusiveness to ensure children can be: fair, included, smart, independent, safe, active and comfortable.
See pieces of historic Coke memorabilia, visit the 4D theatre for a unique cinematic experience at the World of Coke.
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area12
The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is spread over a 48-mile section of the Chattahoochee River with 16 different areas. Clean while you go!
Young Chefs Academy13
Culinary adventure for the young chefs. Empowering budding chefs to grow in their knowledge of the culinary arts and self-confidence at Young Chefs Academy.View on Map
$2 Summer Family Flicks and weekly specials return to Aurora Cineplex. Plus $2 Off movie/popcorn combos on Tuesdays.View on Map
HippoHopp for kids to run, jump, climb and slide – featuring various obstacle courses, slides, basketball, dodge ball arena, interactive flooring, air hockey, rock climbing wall.
Legoland Discovery Center17
Explore and interact with Atlanta icons at the spectacular miniature LEGO® replica of the city's most loved landmarks built from over 1.5 million LEGO® bricks!View on Map
Autrey Mill Nature Preserve & Heritage Center20
Autrey Mill features 46 acres of woodlands, nature trails, creek, pavilions, historic buildings, live animal exhibits, and replica of Native American dwellings.
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area21
The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is spread over a 48-mile section of the Chattahoochee River, accessible from five locations in or near Johns Creek.
Shakerag Park is a rustic 66-acre community park with a 1.1-mile-long nature trail that loops under 200-year-old hardwoods and past one of Johns Creek’s only working farms.