People tend to check in during these times:
Grant Park is spacious yet intimate. A park more likely to be used by locals than transplants or visitors.
A great little park. We try to get to the zoo early to explore the park a bit.
Great farmers markets!
Grant Park is easily the most beautiful park in Atlanta.
Power walk with Alice on a rare 64-degrees late Nov day
The oldest city park in Atlanta, checkout the zoo within and the old-school Victorian homes that surround it. A favorite spot to go for a walk in the city.
During the warm months (May - October?) the GP Farmers Market runs Sunday morning into early afternoon. Go!!!
Nice place to bring the whole family!
Cool spot and nice playground for the kids:-)
A place you instantly feel at home.
Finished our set. On the main stage. And it was good.
My hood...love it.
Check out the tree in grant park
Run the trails to escape the concrete jungle.
Walk along the trails and feel like you've escaped the city for a few moments. The park is so tranquil and beautiful especially in the Spring when all the flowers are blooming.
Walked the perimeter of the park to raise awareness for domestic violence . I was very much moved by the shared accounts of survivors .... ❤
There is an exorbitant amount of chicken bones in the park. Your dog will try to eat them.
Don't let your dog eat chicken wing bones
What a great park for some exercise!
Hey Grant Park, why do you not have any benches?!?
Great view of the skyline from the southeast corner of the park.
Wind sprint time - the key is to keep them all under 12 sec. If u go over u hv to do more then 12 :(
The 1 mile sunday run w/fela as company :)
2 miles Every other day keeps the stress away. And some P90x inbetween
The up hill run isn't that bad compared to hill street :(
Best way in, quietest side of park.
Local Lust: If you lived here you'd be home!
No way u can b from here, and have never been 2 this park-an Atlanta staple
This is a less crowded, less "diverse", less big version of Piedmont Park.....good for not so long walks with your girl...
Piedmont might be more famous, but this is Atlanta's best park. Those in the know, know...
The neighborhood was named for L.P. Grant, a civil engineer for the Georgia Railroad who has been called the "Father of Atlanta." The park is today visited by more than a million visitors annually.
bring a dog and several frisbees
if you have dogs... make sure you drop in to the unofficial dog park after work. you can find lots of people and dogs behind the baseball fields.