Park Springs is adjacent to 3,200-acre Stone Mountain Park, Georgia’s most popular attraction.
The heart of the park is majestic Stone Mountain. A local treasure and national landmark, the mountain features stone likenesses of Southern generals and a challenging 1,700-foot summit. Park Springs Members enjoy special access to this rich resource.
Golf is glorious at Park Springs. Our private access gate to Stone Mountain Park allows Members easy tee-times to enjoy golf on one of two championship courses – Lakemont designed by John LaFoy and Stonemont designed by Robert Trent Jones. Stone Mountain Golf Club features a full-service pro shop and restaurant.
The park is entertainment central for the grandchildren and other visitors. You’ll find everything from camping and picnicking to a laser light show, paddlewheel riverboat, museums, restaurants, scenic railroad and even an antebellum plantation.
Year-round attractions give you a reason to visit the park often. July’s Fantastic Fourth is followed by the Yellow Daisy Festival and the Pumpkin Festival in the fall. Snow Mountain is a winter wonderland with tons of real snow for all ages to enjoy.
If you prefer a more relaxed pace, the park offers miles of beautiful walking trails. Discover native plants, flowering shrubs and clear mountain streams. Fish in Stone Mountain Lake or visit Confederate Hall where history lives.
We’re pleased to have such a diverse and value-added neighbor.
To learn more about Stone Mountain Park visit their website.