Parks

Come relax in our city's beautiful parks among winding sidewalks, gorgeous landscapes, and spectacular trees, including the towering American elm in Betty Mauldin Park, the largest American elm in the state of Georgia (over 100 years old!). For more information on rentals, amenities and policies, please visit the Parks Department webpage.




Betty Mauldin Park



Have your camera ready—home to the Champion American Elm, Betty Mauldin is the perfect backdrop for a shaded and manicured photo op! Just please try not to touch our beloved tree.





Discovery Garden Park



Discovery Garden is one of our city’s special spaces, a serene respite for visitors and gardeners alike. There is always something new to see, smell, and smile about in the Garden! 








Heritage Park



Tucked right between Norcross Community Center and City Hall, this park is both beautiful and peaceful, ensuring an ideal landscape for an intimate event or wedding. 






Johnson Dean Park



Enjoy bird watching and trail walking on the quarter-mile loop at Johnson Dean. The wildlife and great scenery will more than make up for the lack of restrooms! (But take note and go-go before you leave the house.) 




Lillian Webb Park


Look no further than Lillian Webb for a place to spend the day in leisurely recreation. The wide open green space and three-tiered fountain and splash pad together make the perfect family fun day (and also the perfect wedding venue).





Rossie Brundage Park



Round up your family and friends and head over to Rossie Brundage! This park offers all the ingredients for a good time including ball fields, basketball courts, playgrounds and pavilions.  






Summerour Park



Whether on the soccer fields or the playground, Summerour is the best place to play. Community-inspired as well as built, it is perfect for children of all ages!





Thrasher Park



With both spaces to roam and spaces to play, Thrasher is a prime location for family-friendly activities and events. It’s walking distance from our downtown merchants, making it a great spot to spend your days and nights.






Veterans Park



Your new favorite lunch or date spot is surely to be found at South Point. This quaint pocket park is ideal for relaxation and privacy. 






Pinnacle Park



Escape the chaos of the work day at Pinnacle Business Park by exploring nature found along the Pinnacle walking trail. Surrounding a 3.44 acre pond, the trail is sure to provide the perfect refresher!