Aside from the many advantages of visiting public parks, everyone generally enjoys a nice picnic, right? Putting your favorite meals and drinks in a cooler or basket and eating them outside while sprawled out on a blanket has a certain nostalgic appeal.
If you think that sounds like exquisite bliss, now is the time to grab a picnic basket and head to one of Alpharetta’s lovely parks or green areas.
Whether you’re searching for a romantic setting with some solitude, a dog-friendly park, or a gorgeous view, these picnic areas have something to offer everyone.
Wills Park – 11925 Wills Road, Alpharetta, GA 30009
This huge park provides tourists with a wide range of outdoor activities. The park is highly accessible because of the numerous parking spaces. Walking routes are sufficiently broad to accommodate big groups, dog walkers, and cyclists. The park is kept up and accessible all year round. Your picnic options at Wills Park are infinite thanks to its four picnic pavilions, Wacky World Playground, Waggy World paw park, two smaller playgrounds, a disc golf course, restrooms scattered throughout, and a nearly 2-mile walking track. The vast grounds of Wills Park provide you with plenty of room to find a picturesque area and spend the day there.
Town Green – 2 Park Plaza, Alpharetta, GA 30009
Enjoy a gorgeous picnic at the Town Green in Downtown Alpharetta, where you can fill your basket with food from one of the nearby eateries. The Town Green maintains its picnic-ready condition year-round thanks to high-tech grass, allowing you to enjoy yourself whenever you choose, even following a July downpour.
This summer, visit downtown Alpharetta for several free outdoor performances on the Town Green, next to the city hall. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets. You may bring a picnic or eat something at one of the eateries in the area. From 6 to 9 p.m. on Fridays, concerts are held.
Big Creek Greenway – Multiple Entrances Alpharetta, GA
Spend the entire day exploring the 9-mile Big Creek Greenway, which has a variety of picnic areas along the route and is paved for bicycling, walking, rollerblading, and inline skating. combining outdoor activities with delicious snacks? Count us in!
Assisted Living at TerraBella Senior Living
If you have an idea you’d want to put into practice, don’t be hesitant to contact the team at our retirement community for advice. Most of them are happy to do anything they can to improve the lives of their residents. The recommendations of residents and family members are frequently welcomed by activity directors. They could even choose to adopt a good concept broadly so that more locals can take part. If you still have any concerns, fret not! Here is an Assisted Living guidebook to help you with the considerations before making a more informed choice.