Have you been to the park since it reopened? What do you think of it? What is your favorite park in Marietta?
The city purchased the Hickory Hills Park property in September 2006 from the Marietta City School system. The city paid $400,000 and donated the former fire station on Polk Street.
In November 2009, voters approved a $25 million parks bond, of which $1.75 million was used to create the new 10.6-acre Hickory Hills Park. The park broke ground on changes August 2011.
The park consists of two tennis courts, a playground, two youth soccer fields, a multi-purpose field, one-half mile walking track, three picnic shelters, a parking lot with space for 137 vehicles and restrooms.
Hickory Hills Park is located at 400 Chestnut Hill Road near Powder Springs Road.