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Winner: Best playground in Atlanta | Best of Atlanta

Atlanta’s kids have it made in the shade. 

Last week’s Best of Atlanta poll discovered the premier playgrounds where your kids let all of their extra energy out. 

Coming in first place, East Cobb Park in Marietta will offer hours of entertainment for your little ones. Enjoy the trees, sunshine and colorful design while they explore everything it has to offer.  

The Peachtree-DeKalb Airport Park packs a lot of excitement in second place sitting right next to an actual runway. Kids can watch departing planes as they take off in their own swings.

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The All Children's Park isn't a playground for disabled and special needs children — it's a playground that includes them. With special play equipment for all abilities and ages, this lovely Intown treasure will quickly become a favorite spot for your family. 

Get your fun on at any of our official nominee playgrounds: Mason Mill Park (DeKalb), D.H. Stanton Park (Intown), Shorty Howell Park (Gwinnett), Historic Fourth Ward Park (Intown), Cabbagetown Park (Intown) and Garrard Landing Park (North Fulton).

No matter what county you’re in, there is a playground fit for the ultimate climber, swinger and sandbox sensei. (Check out these awesome playgrounds in CobbDeKalbGwinnett and more. )

»RELATED: 6 ways to enjoy the outdoors with your kids this summer

Once you’re done soaking up the sun, several Atlanta spots even offer us adults a little recharging of our own. Here are six of the most kid-friendly breweries near Atlanta.

For the ultimate playground for everyone, Atlanta families can venture out a bit to the glorious Georgia Mountains for some meaningful family fun.

Read about our other Best of Atlanta winners and nominees here. 

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