Park Springs Blog

On Saturday, April 30, Park Springs Members Mr. and Mrs. Riggs, together with their son Kevin, their daughter and her family were joined by Park Springs Members Mr. and Mrs. Branscomb with their son and daughter in law, plus Park Springs’ Senior Residency Counselor, Mrs....

It took two years for Joan Kurucz, and many visits to a number of retirement and multi-family communities throughout the Southeast, to decide to move to Park Springs right outside Atlanta. Joan and her husband, whom she lost too young to pancreatic cancer, had lived the...

One of the most unique features of Park Springs, Atlanta’s premier luxury retirement community, is the fact that Park Springs offers four outstanding dining venues right on its beautiful 54-acre campus: the Market Café Bistro, the Main Dining Room, the Springhouse Grill and the Park...

Earlier this year, on January 22, Larry and Bobbe Corbett celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary. The couple got to know each other as very competitive water volley ball players—part of a group of active seniors that continues to meet three times per week for fun...

John Fitzgerald, retired Professor of Microbiology at The University of Georgia in Athens, and his wife Diane have made a number of major moves during their life together. Originally from Canada, the young couple moved to Cardiff in Wales, Great Britain where Dr. Fitzgerald completed...

Orchids, roses and even tomatoes have the reputation that they are hard to grow, but when they are given the right spot and the correct amount of water and light, they grow and thrive - like many Members who move to Park Springs. For four passionate...

  There are many big and small reasons why award-winning Park Springs is widely known as Atlanta’s premier retirement community, but its location is at the top of the list. Park Springs. A Plan. A Place. A Promise. Park Springs is the perfect spot for Atlanta-area seniors who...

  We all start the new year with a bang – literally, with fireworks and popping champagne corks, and figuratively, with exciting New Year’s resolutions – walk more, master a new skill, or clean out those cluttered closets. For many seniors and their families, this year’s resolutions...