Alpharetta dedicated this neigbhorhood park in its goal to bring more recreation opportunities closer to its…More residents. Located across the street from a pair of subdivisions, it offers a concrete walking path for exercise circling a large open green space for casual recreation. Two pavilions offer shade, while a playground adds fun for the neighborhood children.
City leaders and the Alpharetta Arboretum group established a small arboretum at the park. One of the trees was dedicated to the late John Moskaluk, the former Engineering and Public Works director under whose leadership the department aided Parks and Recreation to develop more parks. A rain barrel demonstration project uses rainfall off of the restroom building's roof to supply water for the park. Additional parking is available at Lowe's.
Alpharetta Arts Center at Crabapple 12624 Broadwell Rd, Alpharetta, GA30004 The Alpharetta Arts Center holds art and music enrichment classes suitable for all ages. Some of the center's many…More offerings include Teen Drawing, Creative Clayworks, Painting & Craft classes for children and adults. All classes are hands on and taught by professionals. The center, which is a part of the City of Alpharetta's Recreation and Parks Department, is located on the building's first floor. Contact the Art Director, Toby Smallwood at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 678-297-6165 for additional information.
Windward Soccer Complex 6435 Windward Pkwy, Alpharetta, GA30005 The Windward Soccer Complex has two playing fields within a fenced area and one set of bleachers for spectators. The…More fields are located on Windward Parkway, a few blocks east of Clubhouse Drive. To schedule time to play at the soccer park, call the Alpharetta Parks and Recreation Department.