Find a Local Park to Help Your Fitness Journey
All city of Canton parks and sites are open from dawn until dusk, except for the Hickory Log Creek Reservoir, which is open 7 a.m.-7 p.m, and 7 a.m.-8 p.m. between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
1. Boling Park
1098 Marietta Highway. Twenty acres with a 1-mile gravel walking trail, covered pavilion with bathrooms, playground, baseball fields, tennis courts, racquetball courts, basketball court, bathrooms, soccer and lacrosse field space and picnic tables.
2. Brown Park
251 E. Marietta St. This 1-acre park features a playground, field space, picnic tables and a free Little Library.
3. Burge Park
Crisler Street. A basketball court, playground, swing and bench are located at this less than 1-acre park.
4. Cannon Park
130 E. Main St. This park is in downtown Canton, with a gazebo.
5. Etowah River Park
600 Brown Industrial Parkway. Features on the 58 acres include an amphitheater, public bathroom, two community pavilions, inclusive playgrounds, public canoe launch, half-mile concrete walking trail connecting to Etowah River Trail and Heritage Park, recreational field space, a bridge crossing over the Etowah River and many picnic tables.
6. Heritage Park
508 Riverstone Parkway. The 48-acre park features a 1-mile concrete walking trail connecting to Etowah River Trail and Etowah River Park, and recreational field space used for soccer.
7. Hickory Log Creek Reservoir
Fate Conn Road at Bluffs Parkway. Cost is $5 per day per vehicle. Open 7 a.m.-7 p.m, and 7 a.m.-8 p.m. between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
8. McCanless Park
Muriel Street. This 2-acre park has a pavilion, playground, Boy Scout Hut and picnic tables.
Visit www.cantonga.gov/gov/departments/parks.htm for more details about the parks and to view the Canton parks map.