Trails and parking lot at Kennesaw Mountain and along the Chattahoochee will be back open to the public.

Voting Closed: What’s the best park in Sandy Springs? | Best of Sandy Springs

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is committed to continuing our normal features, where appropriate, during the coronavirus outbreak. For full coverage of the outbreak in Atlanta, please check our Coronavirus News Section. We have decided to continue Best of Sandy Springs voting for the time being, despite social distancing. We encourage our readers to support local businesses after the authorities loosen the social distancing rules — along with supporting those businesses that offer delivery or pickup during the outbreak.

Sandy Springs residents looking to spend some socially distanced time outdoors are in luck — there are lots of parks, trails and recreational areas to visit in the Fulton County city.

» RELATED: Sandy Springs neighborhood gets city’s attention on rowdy park visitors

From enjoying the 30-acre tree, plant and wildlife sanctuary Big Trees Forest Preserve, to taking a walk at Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, the AJC’s latest Best of Sandy Springs poll asks readers: What’s the best park in Sandy Springs?

If you can’t view the poll above, click here.

Know a park that should be added? Email a write-in nominee to kiersten.willis@ajc.com. If enough people suggest the same spot, we’ll place it in our poll. Voting ends Thursday, June 25 at midnight.

Voting is now closed.

» RELATED: Sandy Springs allocates $100,000 in pandemic assistance funds

Don’t forget to view our other Best of Sandy Springs winners:

» Best patio

» Best first date spot

» Best spa

» Best rainy day activity

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