English Park is a small and modest community situated far northwest of Atlanta. The area consists of primarily one road that travels straight through the heart of the neighborhood. The community gets its name from English Park, the small area of green parkland to the west of the neighborhood. The area is situated next to the Atlanta Industrial Park, a large commercial district embedded in a well looked after green zone.
During the long hot summers and fresh springs of Atlanta, the neighborhood is filled with green, vibrant trees and, throughout the autumn, the colors turn to reds and oranges, creating a seasonal feel to the community. After this, the short winter allows the trees to shed their leaves in preparation for the next spring.
Although far away from downtown Atlanta, the region is not short of local amenities. From puppy-friendly cafes to veterinarians and pet stores, there are plenty of choices to help provide for your four-legged friend.
The community is extremely natural with houses hidden behind large towering green trees. The neighborhood is vibrant with greens from the vegetation that surrounds the homes and the large front gardens of each unique settlement. English Park is a well looked after neighborhood and prides itself on its long-standing sense of community.
The one road that runs through English Park, Nash Road, is connected to Bolton Road. Both roads are flat, making this area great for an easy stroll. There is an ease and slow pace to the neighborhood. Combine this with English Park situated in the community and it is the ideal walking zone for those early morning strolls!
Bolton Road hosts a sidewalk and is ideal for when you are walking your pup off the leash. If you’re a confident walker, you can take your pooch down Nash Road. Here, you won't find sidewalks, but the small amount of traffic means that you won't need to worry!
The neighborhood of English Park is not short of green space. Situated in the neighborhood is the community's local park: English Park. This green space hosts a recreational center, woodland, a children’s play area, and footpath. It’s the a local favorite due to its convenient location and excellent facilities.
If you fancy a longer stroll, Carrey Park is a just a five-minute walk away. As a much larger open space, the area hosts a car park, woodland trails, picnic benches, and a large open field. The park is the ideal spot to play fetch due to its fenced off field and large open space for your pooch to run around!
In the surrounding area of English Park, there are plenty of other greenways to keep you occupied such as Lillian Cooper Shepherd Park, AD Williams Park, and Chattahoochee. All are within a five-minute drive away and host many similar facilities such as walking trails and open fields.