North Fulton, your new hometown!

Welcome home!

With a county seat of Atlanta, Fulton County always has plenty to do and see. More than 90 percent of the city of Atlanta is in Fulton County, and North Fulton is known as the affluent part of the county. The cities of Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, Roswell, Sandy Springs and most of Atlanta thrive under the umbrella of North Fulton, with the entire county encompassing 528.7 square miles. Each city in North Fulton has its own sense of community, providing a perfect mix of suburban, town square living and one of the fastest-growing state capitals in the country.

North Fulton is a powerhouse of economic development, aptly named the “Golden Corridor” of Atlanta. The broad spectrum of industries that call North Fulton home along the Georgia 400 corridor prove the county has much to offer. Consistently ranking as one of the fastest-growing areas in the country, its strong focus and support for businesses large and small, top-ranked schools and much more, North Fulton is one of the best places in the country to do business. The headquarters of three Fortune 500 companies — two in the top 10 of the metro Atlanta area — have found massive success in this county, where the business climate is renowned for its affordable and developable real estate and building sites, a diverse and educated workforce, easy access to Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport and a plethora of business services and benefits.

The arts are alive in North Fulton, with Fulton County Arts & Culture linking residents to exhibits, gallery openings and art centers year around. Johns Creek Arts Center and the Abernathy Arts Center offer a wealth of entertainment and culture to the county, while Atlanta itself is known as the arts capital of the Southeast. Music series, arts camps and boutiques, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and much more bring visitors from all over to support the strong arts culture in North Fulton.

From great parks and outdoor spaces, top-notch education systems and cultural centers, to a strong business climate for large or small businesses and a high quality of life, North Fulton has all you need to maximize your life in metro Atlanta.

Get Out and Play!

Get Out and Play!
North Fulton is home to a multitude of parks, playgrounds, gardens and other greenspaces. There are even dog parks for your four-legged friends to run around off-leash. This list is far from exhaustive, as it doesn’t take into account many of the neighborhood parks, pocket parks and passive spaces scattered throughout the county. Keep in mind that some of these parks are run by the county parks and recreation department, while others are run by the city in which they are located. For more information, visit

Big Creek Greenway
Five access points in Alpharetta (Alpharetta YMCA; Haynes Bridge Road; North Point Mall; Kimball Bridge Road; Marconi Drive)
Info: 8-mile concrete trail

Cogburn Road Park
12825 Cogburn Road
Info: 2 picnic pavilions; playground; walking trails; arboretum

North Park
13450 Cogburn Road
Info: 7 lighted tennis courts; 2 multipurpose synthetic turf fields; 8 lighted softball fields; 2 picnic pavilions; 2 playgrounds; adult activity center; arts building; Rotary Reflection Garden; walking trail

Providence Park
13440 Providence Park Drive
Info: Park center building; pavilion; hiking trails; outdoor amphitheater; grills; picnic tables; overnight camp sites; lake; creeks/wetlands; rappelling and rock climbing areas; rock climbing cliff; climbing walls; high ropes challenge course

Rock Mill Park
3100 Kimball Bridge Road
Info: Pavilion; outdoor classroom

Union Hill Park
1590 Little Pine Trail
Info: 2 outdoor roller hockey rinks (1 covered); concession stand

Webb Bridge Park
4780 Webb Bridge Road
Info: 2 grass soccer fields; 1 multipurpose synthetic turf field; 4 baseball fields; 4 tennis courts; walking trail; arboretum; concession stands; 3 picnic pavilions; playground

Wills Park
Old Milton Parkway (west of Georgia 400 and west of Highway 9)
Info: 7 grass baseball fields; 1 synthetic turf baseball field; 2 T-ball fields; 5 picnic pavilions; 3 playgrounds; disc golf course; 6 lighted tennis courts; 1.8-mile walking trail; Alpharetta Community Garden; Alpharetta Arboretum at Wills Park

Autrey Mill Nature Preserve & Heritage Center
9770 Autrey Mill Road
Info: 46 acres; visitor’s center; Heritage Village with historic buildings; replica Native American dwellings; farm museum; picnic pavilions; 2 miles of nature trails; wildlife and animal displays

Newtown Park
3150 Old Alabama Road
Info: 46 acres; lake; 2 miles of walking/jogging trails; 3 multipurpose athletic fields; 2 basketball courts; 3 softball/baseball fields; 6 hard tennis courts; 13 picnic pavilions; 2 playgrounds; community clubhouse; community garden; dog park; active adult center

Ocee Park
10900 Buice Road
Info: 37 acres; walking/jogging track; 2 basketball courts; batting cages; 8 lighted softball/baseball fields; T-ball field; 2 hard tennis courts; 2 sand volleyball courts; 4 picnic pavilions; 2 playgrounds

Shakerag Park
10945 Rogers Circle
Info: 66 acres; walking/jogging track; 3.8-acre lake; 3 multipurpose athletic fields; playground; 3 picnic pavilions; community room

Azalea Park – Chattahoochee National Recreation Area
203 Azalea Drive
Info: 10.2-mile walking trail

Big Creek Park
1600 Old Alabama Road
Info: 1-mile walking trail; 1.3-mile concrete multipurpose trail; mountain bike trails

Don White Memorial Park
925 Riverside Road
Info: 2 sand volleyball courts; picnic pavilion; outdoor exercise equipment; fishing dock; access to Roswell River Walk

East Roswell Park
9000 Fouts Road
Info: 1.4-mile walking trail; playground; disc golf; tennis courts

Garrard Landing Park
8000 Holcomb Bridge
Info: 0.6-mile walking trail; playground

Grimes Bridge Park
830 Grimes Bridge Road
Info: Soccer fields; football fields

Hembree Park
850 Hembree Road
Info: 1-mile walking trail; tennis courts; batting cages; recreation center; baseball fields

Leita Thompson Memorial Park
1200 Woodstock Road
Info: 2.3-mile walking trail; off-leash dog park

Riverside Park
575 Riverside Road
Info: 23 acres; picnic tables; grills; playground; open field; trail system; concession stand; sprayground

Roswell Area Park
10495 Woodstock Road
Info: 1.6-mile walking trail; 7.4-mile historic trail; playground; picnic tables

Sloan Street Park
75 Sloan St.
Info: Playground

Sweet Apple Park
11850 Crabapple Road
Info: 1.1-mile walking trail; multipurpose fields

Waller Park
250 Oak Street
Info: Recreation center; playground; baseball field; outdoor soccer field; picnic area; Hog Waller Creek; access to Historic Roswell Trail System

Abernathy Park
254 Johnson Ferry Road
Info: Tennis courts; playground; picnic tables; arts center

Allen Park
5900 Lake Forest Drive at Allen Road
Info: Playground; multipurpose court; walking trail; basketball court

Hammond Park
705 Hammond Drive at Glenridge
Info: Multipurpose building; gym; game room; soccer field; lighted tennis courts; basketball courts; picnic pavilions; playground; restrooms

Heritage Green
6075 Sandy Springs Circle
Info: Williams-Payne House; bandstand; walking trail; boardwalk

John Ripley Forbes Big Trees Forest Preserve
7645 Roswell Road
Info: Nature trails; tree; plant and wildlife sanctuary 

Morgan Falls Overlook Park
200 Morgan Falls Road
Info: Picnic pavilions; children’s playground; boat dock/fishing pier; hiking trail (less than 1 mile); fire pit; porch swings

Ridgeview Park
5200 South Trimble Road
Info: Nature trails; picnic pavilion; playground