Bell Memorial Park
15245 Bell Park Road
An active-use park with four baseball fields, pavilions, picnic areas, parking, concessions and a playground. Hopewell Youth Association maintains the league through a use agreement with the City of Milton. Click here to learn more about the Bell Memorial Park Expansion project. Click here for the Field Rental Agreement.
170 Cox Road, Milton 30075
Purchased in January of 2020, this facility has two full size rectangular natural grass fields and a half-size artificial turf field. This facility hosts our youth lacrosse & football programs.
13440 Providence Park Drive
Providence Park is now open to the public.
Fulton County’s Board of Commissioners sold the City of Milton Providence Park for the $4,200 on Tuesday, June 2, 2015.
The park, closed 2004 and re-opened by they City of Milton in 2016, was owned by Fulton County since before the city’s formation in December 2006. The 42-acre site includes a lodge, hiking trails, a rock-climbing cliff and a lake. Crews cleaned it for 11 years, finishing in 2015, after testing turned up contaminants in the ground water and soils.
The Georgia Environmental Protection Division now deems the clean-up complete, and Milton is more than happy to take possession of the passive-use park and return it to use for residents.
Milton re-opened the park to the public in November of 2016.
Bethwell Community Center
2695 Hopewell Road
The Bethwell Community Center houses City of Milton Parks and Recreation programs and activities and summer day camp. It is available for individual or group rentals. For more information, call 678-242-2489 or click here.
RENTAL INFORMATION: To rent the Bethwell Community Center, click here.
12615 Broadwell Road
The Broadwell Road Pavilion features a 40-foot by 52-foot open pavilion with a large stone fireplace, restrooms and storage facilities.
RENTAL INFORMATION: To rent the Broadwell Pavilion, click here.
2006 Heritage Walk
Community Place is a beautiful, small meeting room adjacent to Milton City Hall. It has restrooms attached to the building. It's a great space for small meetings and gatherings.
Community Place has internet access, roll down projector screen & projector, a computer, chairs and tables. The maximum capacity for the facility is 25 persons.
RENTAL INFORMATION: To rent Community Place, click here.
750 Hickory Flat Road
This 200-acre site, located behind Fire Station No. 43 at 750 Hickory Flat Road, is currently undeveloped but open for passive use (hiking, dog walking, or horseback riding).
13200 Deerfield Parkway
Freedom Park is an exercise center for the runners, cyclists and walkers on Deerfield Parkway and hosts the city’s patriotic events. It features a .15 mile trail and equipment for sit-ups and body curls, a cardio walker, and rowing and elliptical machines.
Friendship Community Park
12785 Birmingham Highway
This 1.81-acre park is a joint venture with the the Fulton County School System. Located between Crabapple Crossing Elementary and Northwestern Middle School, it features a small picnic pavilion, walking path, half-court basketball and a play field.
Please note: The park is closed to the general public during active school hours, generally 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., on days school is in session. The children of the surrounding schools utilize the park during that time. To see days school is in session, click here. For more information, call 678-242-2500.
RENTAL INFORMATION: To rent the Freedom Park picnic pavilion, click here.
Thomas S. Byrd Sr. House
15690 Hopewell Road
The 2.5-acre site, which contains the nearly 4,000-square-foot, two-story home, dates back to at least the mid-1800s according to local historians.
Senior Services North Fulton occupies the home during normal business hours thanks to a 2012 agreement.