Parks and Green Space
In the High Point area, we are fortunate to be able to go in several directions to enjoy parks and green space, not only in Sandy Springs, but to the south in Atlanta and to the east in Brookhaven. The HPCA supports community-centric advocacy with the goal of enhancing and adding to our parks and green space. 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 is one of Sandy Springs' largest parks at nearly 21 acres and sits in the middle of the High Point Area.
Windsor Meadows - Located on Nancy Creek at the corner of Windsor Parkway and Northland Drive, with beautiful bottom-land vistas and meandering walking trails, this lovely park is comprised of nearly 4.25 acres of contiguous flood plain.
Connectivity - The City is actively at work to create an interconnected set of pathways, including sidewalks. For more information - City of Sandy Springs Bicycle, Pedestrian and Trail Implementation Plan
Path400 - Path400 in Sandy Springs is in the planning stage, and when completed, will extend along the spine of GA 400 (into the High Point area) and further north in Sandy Springs outside I-285.
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.
Blue Heron Nature Preserve - A beautiful 30-acre haven for birds and wildlife situated on Nancy Creek, located nearby at 4055 Roswell Road - Click Here
Atlanta Audubon Society - Headquartered at Blue Heron Nature Preserve - Click Here