Bonner Park features a pavilion with picnic tables and grill, children’s play ground, basketball courts, tennis courts, on-site parking and a woody creek that’s best for nature strolls.
East View Park
1171 Eastview Road Eastview Playground provides children’s play devices consisting of swings, monkey bars, a grill, picnic table and wide open green space for games of Frisbee or picnics with the family.
Playground provides children’s play devices consisting of swings, monkey bars, a grill, picnic table and wide open green space for games of Frisbee or picnics with the family.
Pleasant Circle Park
1200 Pleasant Circle
Pleasant Circle Park includes a basketball court, swings, a merry-go-round, a modular play system, a grill and picnic table.
South Hicks Circle Park
South Hicks Circle Park, off Northside Drive, features swings, a basketball court, playground equipment with monkey bars, a picnic table and grill.
Veal Street Park
1160 Veal Street Veal Street Park provides a basketball court, swings, a merry-go-round, a woody creek for nature strolls, a picnic table, grill and open green space for picnics. Veal Street Park is likewise adjacent to the new Veal Street Community Center situated at 1160 Veal Street, a rentable center that is available for birthday parties, conferences, showers and more! Call the Conyers Invite Center at 770-602-2606 for rental rates and schedule.
949 South Main Street
The Lewis-Vaughn Botanical Garden lies adjacent to the Structure in Olde Town Conyers. This unique park includes a wide variety of native plants, a water fountain, and stream with goldfish and pond bloomers. The stream is fed by the original Conyers water tower. Washroom facilities and an open-air pavilion (offered for leasing) round out the facilities at this area.
Center Point Park
941 Green Street
Center Point Park, situated at the corner of Center and Green Streets, is the house of the 1905 Rogers steam engine known as “The Dinky.” The Dinky is one of just three engines of its kind in the world. It was once used to transfer cotton from the Depot in Conyers to the mills in surrounding Milstead. It is now completely parked on the side rails across from the Depot in Center Point Park
Georgia International Horse Park.
1996 Centennial Olympic Parkway Conyers is the home of among the premier horse and occasion centers in the Southeast, the Georgia International Horse Park.
The Arabia Mountain Path winds its method through huge rock outcroppings, past rushing streams plunging in forest waterfalls and amongst farmland and fields of wildflowers swelling in the breeze. Also, Klondike Park and the Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Protect offer stunning vistas and peaceful splendors.
There are some side tracks, which are all part of the main path complex and which connect the town of Lithonia as well as Evans Mill Road and Panola Mountain State Park. At its southern end, the trail links to both the South River Path and the Rockdale River Trail.
Parking and Trail Gain access to
Lithonia is simply north of I-20 and US 278. Parking is offered in town (the north end of the trail) as well as at the following: Stonecrest Square/Mall Ring Road; Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Protect off Klondike Road (north and south parking lot); along Evans Mill Roadway between Rockland Road and Salem Roadway; along Brown’s Mill Roadway (Rt 212) southeast of Evans Mill Roadway; and at Alexanders Lake on Flat Bridge Roadway SW.