Atlanta’s Memorial Park is a beautiful, environmentally sustainable park, accessible and connected to the neighborhoods and city. It’s the city’s third-largest park. The Memorial Park Conservancy enhances the Park, tennis and golf experiences through a collaborative process of renovation, restoration and preservation.
They seek to improve efficient use of land resources, improve water filtration, enhance connectivity through new walking/cycling trails and paths, restore and revitalize passive greenspace, provide adequate and safe parking that removes cars from side streets and driveways and improves traffic flow.See Homes for Sale Near Atlanta Memorial Park
Bobby Jones Golf Course, Bitsy Grant Tennis Center, hiking trails, playgrounds and historical grounds
Atlanta Memorial Park is located at Woodward Way N.W., with Wesley Drive N.W. its southern boundary.
Bobby Jones Golf Course: A wide range of activities for golfers of all levels with beautiful practice facilities, on-course instruction and competitive events. Opened for play in 1932, the course was named after amateur golfer Robert Tyre “Bobby” Jones Jr. and designed by golf architect John Van Kleek.
The newly renovated 2,000-square-foot clubhouse is a great venue for any special occasion, corporate retreat or simply relaxing after a round of golf. After renovating the bunker complexes and installing Championship-Bermuda greens, the course was able to fulfill PGA Tour requirements.Over 80 years later, Bobby Jones Golf Course remains an immanent source of pride for generations of Atlanta natives and golf lovers alike.
Bitsy Grant Tennis Center is Atlanta’s largest tennis facility. Named after tennis champion and Georgia native Bryan “Bitsy” Grant, the center is the former headquarters of the Atlanta Lawn Tennis Association (ALTA). Having held a number of national tennis tournaments, including the 1955 U.S. Clay Court Championships and the 2012 ATA Nationals, Bitsy Grant boasts the largest grassroots tennis organization in the country.
Situated just south of Collier Road, Tanyard Creek Park serves as both a Civil War landmark and tranquil getaway for residents looking to escape the city’s hustle and bustle. Additional attractions include the park’s two-way paved path stretching approximately one mile and easy access to the Atlanta BeltLine’s Northside Trail.
The Memorial Park Neighborhood is a natural and peaceful area to reside.