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Price Park always needs volunteers who want to perform Community Service such as pulling privet or cleaning up areas of the Park. We are also always looking for Eagle Scout candidates who want to do their Eagle project.

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The Natural Place to Be ... Leone Hall Price PARK

Leone Hall Price Park spans 126 acres and is designated a passive park. With natural trails, meadows, beautiful Allatoona Creek running through it and an array of native plant and animal species, it is a great place to hike, take the kids or dog for a walk and enjoy the quiet respite that nature provides.

The Park is named after Leone Hall Price, who lived across the street from the Park. Mrs. Price gifted the majority of the land that is now Leone Hall Price Park to Cobb County and envisioned it to be a place people can enjoy for generations to come

PRICE PARK FEATUREDIN The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Read more: Cobb’s Price Park will receive upgrades

Leone Hall Price Park, 4715 Stilesboro Road, Kennesaw, will receive more parking, restrooms and a pavilion. Courtesy of Cobb County

Leone Hall Price Park will receive improvements because of a unanimous vote of the Cobb County Board of Commissioners on Jan. 9.

A contract for around $448,833 was awarded to Integrated Construction and Nobility Inc., the low bidder.

The park, 4715 Stilesboro Road, Kennesaw, is a 126-acre passive park that has a network of natural-surface walking trails through woods and open meadows and along Allatoona Creek with a small gravel parking lot.

Improvements will increase access and usability of the park with more parking and a restroom structure with an attached pavilion.

The parking design will include an additional connection to Stilesboro Road to allow separate, dedicated entrance and exit access, “greatly improving sight distances and safety,” said Cobb P.A.R.K.S. Director Jimmy Gisi in a Jan. 9 memo to Cobb County Manager Rob Hosack.


December 9th at 5:00pm*

Meet USDA Forest Service wildlife biologist Dennis Krusac for an interpretive hike through the park. Hear Dennis' famous owl impersonation and maybe see the resident wild owls come in to check out Dennis! Kids can learn about bat echolocation with Dennis' bat detectors. When the lightning bugs come out, be prepared to see the park transformed into a fairy land! Meet in the parking lot and bring your flashlights!

January 13th at 5:30pm*

Led by Dennis L. Krusac, Certified Wildlife Biologist
Endangered Species Specialist/Pollinator Conservation Coordinator
USDA Forest Service, Southern Region

*Event will be cancelled if it is raining at the start time.

Master Plan for Price ParK

Master Plan

Leone Hall Price ParkCome forth into the light of things, Let Nature be your teacher. - William Wordsworth


Lots happening at the Park. Cobb County Parks just went out to bid for the restroom facility and parking lot expansion. Look for construction to begin after the first of the year. There will also be a small outside classroom covered area as part of the facility.

Donations Welcome
If you have the ability to help us financially, your contributions will make a huge difference in our ability to make the planned improvements to the Park on a timely basis. Donate here on our website or send a check to:
Friends of Price Park, P.O. Box 801137, Acworth, GA 30101


There are several Eagle Scout Projects completed and about to begin:

  • Kyle Bennett just completed steps from Stilesboro Road south side down the hill into the Park. You can now cross Stilesboro bridge to get to the other side of Allatoona Creek without getting your feet wet!
  • Bryan Croft Jr. just completed an excellent amphitheatre just south of the parking lot.
  • Dejon Brooks just completed three benches that will get lots of use at the Big Bend in Allatoona Creek in the Park. Easy for parents to watch the kids playing in Allatoona Creek!
  • Xan Rasmusson will be building 100 feet of trail from the base of the stepsalong the side of the sewer line thru the wet areas. You’ll be able to keep your feet dry!
  • We have several other scout projects available so if you know an Eagle Scout candidate looking for a project have them contact Dave Schwickerath, President FOPP, at or 678-414-0430.


Green Meadows Preserve Blue Bird Trail Info from Jim Bearden
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This has been a record setting year for the Bluebird Trail. More birds hatched and fledged than any year since the Trail started in the spring of 2012. A total of 293 Fledglings! Two more boxes were recently added and two more will be installed in the near future. Please OBSERVE, but DON'T TOUCH Blue Bird Boxes. Thank you!


If you or someone you know is interested in serving on the Friends of Price Park Board, please contact us via email or phone. Please help us get the word out. Candidates backgrounds could include accounting, legal and marketing skills. If you are just interested in serving your community, please contact us as well.
Contact: Dave Schwickerath, President FOPP or 678-414-0430.


Eagle Scout Projects
The following projects are open and we are looking for Scouts to complete them:
1. Three wooden bridges across ravines -- about six-ten feet in length each
2. Privet pulling along Allatoona Creek
Contact: Dave Schwickerath, President FOPP or 678-414-0430.

Get your sky blue, sage green or dark green shirts (regular and women's cut). They are $20 each ($10 goes to our fundraising efforts). Regular cut dark green may be ordered and Toddler/Youth sizes can be ordered for $15 each.

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Into the Wild at Price Park

Read more: The Marietta Daily Journal - Friends of Price Park Step Up Fundraising

Visitors enjoy the serenity of the paths, meadows and Allatoona Creek that wrap through the 126 acres at Leone Hall Price Park in Kennesaw.

Friends of Price Park is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.
Leone Hall Price Park is a Cobb County Parks and Recreation Facility. Website Design by Tiny Design Studio.