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Laurel Park

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  1. Amphitheatre
  2. Boat Ramp
  3. Dog Park
  4. Fishing
  5. Grill
  6. Lighted Baseball/Softball Fields
  7. Mega Boat Ramp
  8. Parking
  9. Pavilion
  10. Picnic Areas
  11. Playground
  12. Restrooms
  13. Sprayground
  14. Volleyball
  15. Walking Trail


Offering a dog park, paved walking trail, Splash Pad, and a mega boat ramp, this 124-acre park is one of the largest and most frequented parks in Hall County.

Mega Boat Ramp

Laurel Park is home to Hall County's mega boat ramp. The mega-ramp is 350 feet in length, about 1,048 feet in elevation, to give residents and visitors lake access during drought conditions. The project also included construction of a fishing tournament staging area, restrooms and additional parking.

The project is a joint venture between Hall County and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in conjunction with the State of Georgia Governor's Go Fish Program Grant.


Pets are allowed at the park and must be on a leash unless in the dog park. No pets are allowed on the ballfields.

Amenity Details

  • 1-Mile Paved Walking Trail
  • 4 Lighted Baseball/Softball Fields
  • 2 Tennis Courts
  • 3 Pavilions -  Outdoor Covered (Not Enclosed) Picnic Space 

  Pavilion #1 - Large Size - Close to Playground and Splash Pad - Max Occupancy 70
     Features: Grill, Electricity, and Water
   Pavilion #2 - Medium Size - Furthest Into Park, Near Turn Around - Max Occupancy 56
     Features: Grill, Electricity
   Pavilion #3 - Small Size - Behind Playground & Splash Pad - Max Occupancy 24
     Features: Grill

  • 3 Restroom Facilities
  • Picnic Sites
  • Splash Pad (Seasonal Water Playground) for Small Children - $2 per child admission fee.

Driving Directions


  1. Laurel Park - Splash Pad

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