Cauley Creek/Quail Hollow Park public input meeting set for Jan. 30 January 03, 2018 The public is invited to provide input on the future of the combined Cauley Creek/Quail Hollow Park on Tuesday, Jan. 30 from 7-9 p.m. at Johns Creek United Methodist Church, 11180 Medlock Bridge Road, Room 207.
The dog park is open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. The dog park is CLOSED for maintenance every Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Use of the dog park is at your own risk. You are responsible for your dog and any injuries caused by your dog. All dogs must wear a collar with a valid license and have current vaccinations required by law. Please be considerate and dispose of your dog's waste in the receptacles provided.
Buford Dam Park(s) While it's a bit of a drive to Suwanee from Johns Creek, the parks around Buford Dam make it worth it. To really enjoy the view, drive up over the dam before stopping off at any number of the labelled recreation areas (my personal favorite is West Bank).
Welcome to Recreation and Parks, a division of the Public Works Department, for the City of Johns Creek! Johns Creek Recreation and Parks enriches the quality of life for the Johns Creek community by providing recreational, educational and wellness programs within facilities, parks and natural open spaces.
Located in the city of Johns Creek in North Fulton County, enrollment has grown from 50 students the first year to an enrollment exceeding 2,500 in 2015. Johns Creek Arts Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization offering classes, camps and workshops in Sculptural and Functional Ceramics, Visual Arts, Photography, Jewelry, and Mosaics for artists of all ages.
McDaniel Farm Park. Want to get a taste of local history? It is McDaniel Farm Park that is going to quench your thirst and make it easier to soak in everything that has transpired in the region beforehand. You may not have been here in the 1930s but there is a lot of the past that remains present to understand what the locals went through.
Morton Road Park is a four-acre pocket park purchased by the City in June 2015. Pocket parks are small parks at typically 4 acres or less. They are designed to serve nearby neighborhoods, tend to be left as green space with the possibility for playgrounds, have limited facilities, and little or no parking.
Ocee Park Ocee Park offers many athletic and recreational options including walking trails, baseball/softball fields, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts and picnic pavilions. The non-profit Ocee Park Athletic Association manages all recreational programs held at Ocee Park.
Kelly Park features a free-flowing natural spring (Rock Spring - 68 degrees Farenheit year round) issuing from a vertical rock bluff. Rock Springs Run, a clear, swift creek, is popular with tubers. The Wekiva – Rock Springs Run Canoe Trail connects this park with Wekiva Springs State Park via Rock Springs Run, which flows approximately 10 miles from Kelly Park to the Wekiva River just below Wekiwa Springs.
Shakerag Park Shakerag Park is a rustic and presently lightly developed, 66-acre community park located in the northeastern tip of Johns Creek. The park features a 1.1-mile-long nature trail that loops under 200 year old hardwoods and past one of Johns Creek’s only working farms.
Johns Creek is a culturally diverse community with nearly 25 percent of our residents joining us from India, China, South Korea and other nations. We are also home to many Fortune 100 companies and can provide an ideal location for businesses looking to relocate or expand.