Are DeKalb County parks and recreation centers open?

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As the fight against COVID 19 continues, DeKalb County parks and trails will remain open for outdoor use, although playgrounds and recreation programs remain suspended.

If you visit a park, or any other public location, county officials say you must follow CDC guidance including those for social distancing. Additional operational updates will be available as issued and can be found at


The following facilities, parks, events and activities will be suspended until May 30.

  • Recreation Centers
  • Naturalists program’s at Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Center and Mason Mill Park
  • Porter Sanford III Performing Arts and Community Center
  • Sugar Creek Golf and Tennis Center
  • Playgrounds
  • Rentals
  • After school programs
  • Athletic programs
  • Senior programs 
  • Special events
  • Fitness stations

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