Parks and Green Space
In the High Point area we are blessed with several directions we are able to go to enjoy parks and green space, not only in Sandy Springs but in Atlanta to our South and Brookhaven to our East. The HPCA supports community centric advocacy towards enhancing and adding to our parks and greenspace. Learn more in the Sandy Springs Recreation and Parks Master Plan.
Ridgeview Park - Located next to Ridgeview Middle School at 5200 South Trimble Road Sandy Springs, GA 30342, it’s one of Sandy Springs largest parks at nearly 21 acres and sits literally in the middle of the High Point Area
Windsor Meadows - Sitting on Nancy Creek at the corner of Windsor and Northland with beautiful bottom-land vistas and meandering walking trails, the city-acquired parcels make up nearly 4.25 acres of contiguous flood plain.
Connectivity - The city is still working to create an interconnected set of pathways, including sidewalks: City of Sandy Springs Bicycle, Pedestrian and Trail Implementation Plan
Community Partners - A community partner in green space efforts, the Sandy Springs Conservancy has numerous resources and valuable insight into parks and green space issues.