Webb Bridge Park 


Webb Bridge Park is Alpharetta’s newest park located in the Old Milton area. This park offers 12 acres of open space, a fitness area, 2 playgrounds, a splash pad, and two tennis courts. Webb Bridge Park is located at the intersection of Webb Bridge Road and Davis Drive in Alpharetta.

It is 33 acres of open space in Alpharetta, GA, but you wouldn’t know it if you didn’t know to look. Nestled in a quiet neighborhood on Webb Bridge Road, Webb Bridge Park holds more than just trees. It has tennis courts, a baseball field, a playground, and a lake. But the reason we love this park is that it boasts some of Alpharetta’s best walking trails.

The park is very much alive and is nestled in the middle of a thriving neighborhood. It is home to a playground, softball fields, a disc golf course, soccer field, walking and biking trails, a small lake, and a full-sized gym. The park is also home to a number of organizations, such as the Alpharetta Chamber of Commerce, Park Volunteers, the Friends of Webb Bridge Park, the Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts of Georgia, the Alpha Lambda Delta Alumnae Chapter, the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Atlanta and the Women’s Institute for Leadership.

The second weekend of September is the annual Tri-County Fair, a celebration of county life organized by the Tri-County Fair Association. This year’s theme was “Pirates & Pockets of Gold,” and the fair featured a pirate ship, pirates, and treasure chests. The event was held in Webb Bridge Park, a downtown Alpharetta park that includes a playground and athletic fields. While the kids enjoyed the pirate ship, some parents also appreciated the park’s proximity to the park’s playground. I know parents who took their children to the park just to hang out in the playground.

The City of Alpharetta and the Braves have partnered with the American Association of People with Disabilities to offer disabled persons free tickets to games at the new Braves stadium. The city is expanding Webb Bridge Park’s seating area — to include a wheelchair-accessible pathway connecting the park to the stadium — and the new path will be accessible during All-Star week and Opening Day.

I was thinking that it might be a good idea to add more photos of disabled people at parks. I know it’s not a very difficult task, but I think that it’s important. It’s a way of showing the world that disabled people are human and deserve to feel safe and enjoy the same things that everyone else enjoys.

Dog owners in Webb Bridge Park in Alpharetta, Atlanta were shocked when they found out that the park’s water fountain was the site of a poop-sniffing dog. Dog owners in this area, which is the Atlanta suburb of Alpharetta, have been warned to keep their dogs on a leash. This is in response to a recent report in which a woman was attacked by a dog.