Best family-friendly outdoor parks in Henry County, GA

Amy Cheribelle

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HENRY COUNTY, GA- Located in the north-central portion of the Georgia state and 30 minutes south of Downtown Atlanta. Henry County is a humble city that offers many unforgettable places and attractions for a nice family vacation.

Henry County or sometimes also called the “Mother of Counties” provides great family-friendly outdoor parks for its residents to go out with their families and having fun.

If you are a resident of Henry County and need a reference which family-friendly outdoor parks can be enjoyed with your family on the weekend. No worries, the following are the best family-friendly outdoor parks in Henry County that can be visited.

1. Panola Mountain State Park

Located at 2620 Hwy 155 SW Stockbridge, GA 30281

In this State Park, you can find four picnic shelters and Alexander Lake Pavilion to have breakfast or lunch with your families while enjoying the view of the park or just chatting and five campsites. There is also an event room for whoever wants to hold an event. Your kids will be able to enjoy a playground and nature center through this park.

In addition, there are 25 miles for you to do hiking, birding, fishing, rollerblading, tree climbing, even bike rental.

2. Heritage Park

Located at 101 Lake Dow Rd USA McDonough, GA 30252

This park is such a nice location. Your kids will be able to play as there is a playground in this park. You can take a leisurely walk and there is a museum for the family. In this park, you can take a stroll with your lovely pet.

3. Clark Community Park

Located at 111 Davis Rd Stockbridge, GA 30281

This park is one of the gems in Stockbridge as you can feel peaceful, serene, and totally relaxing. If you want to just sit and enjoy the view of the park, you can find a covered area. The restrooms are also available.

In addition, there is a small playground for your kids. If you want to take a stroll, this park has walking trails with many tall trees, a creek, shrubs, and a railroad.

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