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Recreation & Parks FAQs

What are the hours of operation of Johns Creek City parks?

All City parks are closed from 12 midnight until 6 a.m., seven days a week, but otherwise open for recreational use.

Are alcoholic beverages allowed in City Parks?

No. Alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited.

Can my pet run off-leash in City parks?

All pets must be on leash (except in designated areas) inside City parks. Pet owners must properly dispose of pet excrement.

Can you hunt in City parks?

No. Hunting of any kind (guns or bow) is strictly prohibited.

Is camping allowed in City parks?

No. Neither overnight nor daylight camping is allowed.

Can I drive my car/truck/motorcycle/4-wheeler anywhere inside City parks?

Not everywhere. Use of motor vehicles is prohibited except on designated roadways.

What is the speed limit on designated roadways inside City parks?

The speed limit is 15 MPH.

Can I use a City park for any commercial purpose?

Commercial use is prohibited without advance written approval.

Can I dump my Christmas tree or any other refuse inside a City park?

No. Any kind of littering or dumping is strictly prohibited.

Can I solicit or post a sign inside a City park?

Solicitation and posting of signs are strictly prohibited without advance written approval.

Is swimming allowed in a pond or lake in a City park?

No swimming is allowed in a City park.

Can I use a City park for any non-recreational use?

No. Use of any City park facility, for other than its intended recreational purpose, is strictly prohibited.

What is the punishment for violation of any of the park rules?

Violation of any City park rule shall be punishable by a fine not to exceed $250 and/or 90 days in jail.