Check out fun Spring-tasic events!Learn More
Parks and Recreation
Parks and Recreation
- Check out fun Spring-tasic events!
- Quince Expo, Come explore Sunday March 14. Vendor spots still open.
- Egg-citing Events!
- Safe and fun swim lessons start March 1!
- Think Tank for ages 2 – 5. A hands-on experience in science, math, and literacy.
- Become a Lifeguard! Training classes forming now.
- InGwinnett! Learn about experiences and activities that connect our vibrant community.
- Visit one of Gwinnett’s parks virtually! Nature trips, historic visits, and dino discoveries are just a click away.
- Reserve your pavilion online today!
Large Pavilion: 50
Small Pavilion: 25
Quince Expo, Come explore Sunday March 14. Vendor spots still open.Learn more
Egg-citing Events!Register today!
Safe and fun swim lessons start March 1!Sign-up today!
Think Tank for ages 2 – 5. A hands-on experience in science, math, and literacy.Check it out!
Become a Lifeguard! Training classes forming now.Sign-up today!
InGwinnett! Learn about experiences and activities that connect our vibrant community.Check it out!
Visit one of Gwinnett’s parks virtually! Nature trips, historic visits, and dino discoveries are just a click away.Learn More
Reserve your pavilion online today!
Large Pavilion: 50
Small Pavilion: 25
Enjoy your parks safely!
In an evolving response to the COVID-19 pandemic, certain areas within parks are closed. Residents are encouraged to enjoy the outdoors for exercise and mental and physical health, while following social distancing guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Things to know before you go
- Water fountains are closed; bring your own water to stay hydrated
- Maximum occupancy of 50 at any amenity such as pavilions, basketball courts, sand volleyball courts, playgrounds, skate parks, or ball fields
- Use a "Leave No Trace" mentality. Bring a suitable trash bag and take everything out to help protect others
- Follow CDC guidelines such as:
- Practice social distancing; maintain a distance of six feet or more between people from different households at all times
- Wash hands thoroughly and frequently; carry hand sanitizer
- Practice coughing and sneezing etiquette
- Wear a face covering as much as possible when in public
- Stay home if you’re feeling sick or exhibiting symptoms of illness
- Avoid gathering with others not in your household
- Aquatic Center Guidelines:
- Limited socially distanced swim lessons are available
- Visitors can bring their own pool noodle or Coast Guard approved lifejackets; use of our shared equipment is not allowed
- All pool rules apply; for more information, visit our Pool Rules
- Regular admission fees apply
- Occupancy is limited, first come first serve
- Pavilion Rental and Usage Guidelines:
- Large pavilion maximum occupancy: 50
- Small pavilion maximum occupancy: 25
- No use of shared equipment, such as bounce houses or inflatable slides
- Tennis Court and Outdoor Pickleball Court Guidelines:
- Players should use their own ball and avoid touching other player’s sports equipment
- When playing doubles, avoid all incidental contact
- Avoid touching your face after handling a ball, racquet, or other equipment
- Use racquet/foot to pick up balls and hit them to your opponent
- Stay on your side of court and avoid changing ends of the court
- Remain apart from other players when taking a break
- Dog Park Guidelines
- Limit 50 people in each area
- No toys or balls allowed
- Only let your dog drink from their own bowl
Visitors to the park amenities such as basketball or sand volleyball courts, ball fields, playgrounds, trails, dog parks, skate areas, tennis/pickleball courts, fishing areas, disc golf courses, outdoor walking tracks, horseshoe pits, bocce ball courts, open meadows, or Collins Hill Golf Course should comply with posted guidelines.
Virtual Park Experience
Enjoy a virtual visit to the park and discover something new!
About Parks & Recreation
Many parks feature lovely views of woodlands, lakes, meadows, streams and gently rolling hills. The parks include several historic sites and museums to help you explore the past and enjoy Gwinnett County history. On an average day, the Community Recreation Centers are filled with a multitude of activities and events for infants to senior citizens.
Gwinnett boasts year-round recreation classes, special events, summer day camps, skate complexes, leisure activities, art classes, swimming pools, tennis courts, disc golf courses, sports fields, and much more! We strive to meet the recreational needs of every resident in Gwinnett. So come enjoy your parks and experience the best Gwinnett has to offer!
Mission, Vision, Values
In partnership with our citizens, Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation provides high quality, broad-based parks, facilities, programs, and services creating a sense of community, enabling a safe and secure environment, and enhancing Gwinnett's quality of life.
Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation pledges to sustain the delivery of the highest standard of excellence of parks, facilities, programs and services by:
Being responsive to the changing recreational needs of a diverse and growing community
Continue a citizen-driven and professional approach to provide safe, well designed and maintained facilities and programs
Providing responsible stewardship of human, fiscal, natural and historic resources
Maximizing community resources
We believe in honesty, integrity and ethical conduct
We are customer-oriented and both accountable and responsive to our citizens
We believe in teamwork and collaboration with our community partners
We promote safety, cost efficiency, innovation, and service excellence