Autrey Mill Nature Preserve & Heritage Center
Autrey Mill is located on 46 acres of ravine forest off Old Alabama Road across from the Country Club of The South Estate Community, Johns Creek 30022. Autrey Mill Nature Preserve & Heritage Center has more thatn 2 miles of walking trails which wind past a scenic creek off the Chattahoochee River. Adding to the Preserve's scenery are rocky shoals, spring seeps, mature trees, wildflowers, native plants and animal life.
The Park Grounds are open daily from 8 am to dusk
Visitor Center is open Monday-Saturday form 10am-4pm
For more information visit the Parks Web Site at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve Web Site
Newtown Park is located on 46 ares. Newtown Park offers many athletic and recreational options including walking trails, baseball/softball fields, tennis courts and picnic pavilions.Located just across the street from the Johns Creek Fire Station number 63, at 3150 Old Alabama Road.
All recreational programs held at Newtown Park are managed by the non-profit organization Newtown Recreation. They offer youth athletic programs including soccer, flag football, lacrosse, t-ball, baseball, softball, tennis. Athletic programs for exceptional children are also offered. Newtown Park is also supported by the non-profit Newtown Park Community Foundation.
Visit the Newtown Dog Park while you are there with your friendly pal.The area is fenced and about a half acre in size and has an area separated for large dogs and small dogs with water stations and benches to sit on. Cats are strictly prohibited.
Visit Newtown Park's Rec. Web Site for more information at Newtown Park Rec. Web Site
Visit Newtown Park's Rec. Web Site for more information at Newtown Park's Web Site
Ocee Park comprises 37 acres. Ocee Park offers many athletic and recreational options including walking trails, baseball/softball fields, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts and picnic pavilions.
All recreational programs held at Ocee Park are managed by the non-profit Ocee Park Athletic Association. Established in 1993, the Association sponsors youth baseball and softball programs for boys and girls ages 5 to 16 years old. Today, more than 1,700 participants and over 1,100 families belong to the Association.
Ocee Park is located just off Kimball Bridge Road at 10900 Buice Road in Johns Creek.
For more information Visit The: Ocee Park Web Site
Shakerag Park is a rustic 66-acre community park, with a 7-acre lake and more, located in the north-eastern tip of Johns Creek bordering River Trail Middle School. Shakerag Park has both developed and undeveloped areas and is located adjacent to the Johns Creek Fire Station at 10945 Rogers Circle.
Among the many City Walking Trails throughout the City in in the Cities parks is the Greenway, well worth mentioning.
Johns Creek Greenway – Segment 1 starts at Old Alabama Road, runs mostly along the west side of Medlock Bridge Road and ends at Findley Road (approx. 4.3 miles). Sections have already been built by developers with their new developments along the Greenways path, with the entire Segment 1 scheduled to open October 2009.
Chattahoochee National Park
The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, part of the National Park Service System, is spread over a 48-mile section of the Chattahoochee River from Lake Lanier Dam in Forsyth County to Peachtree Creek near downtown Atlanta. Parts Of The Chattahoochee National Park is located in the City of Johns Creek.
Visit this site for more information and activities: National Parks Web Site