Atlanta

A DAY AT PIEDMONT PARK

June 26, 2017

I love the early summer time in Atlanta. The weather is perfectly warm, and not too blazing hot yet. The trees have bloomed and the city has literally become a forest within a city in the middle of it. There is a reason Atlanta is known for its gorgeous greenery. One of my favorite spots to go on a summer weekend is Piedmont Park in the early morning.










The Green Market at  Piedmont Park opens between 9-1pm every Saturday in the Spring months to late Fall. You can pack up the kids for a fun day at the park, get them super tired and fed and have a great time at it if you choose this spot in Atlanta. I totally recommend it if you are visiting Atlanta with the kids, especially if you have a toddler who would enjoy the adorable playground that is in the park. And if you have a four-legged kid there is an excellent and extremely large dog park available within Piedmont Park.

There are plenty of ways to enjoy the outdoor space the Piedmont Park provides, with endless amounts of recreational activities and opportunities. The pool opens up and is available to the public in the summer, as well as tons of basketball courts and a crazy amount of green space that can be used to play soccer. Have I mentioned they also have a lot of sand volleyball courts and free yoga on some days? YUP. It’s a pretty awesome place to be.

Below you will find some items that I linked up that are similar to the dress I wore. This is an old H&M dress that I bought for a few dollars on sale and it’s been one of my favorite summer dress because of the loose and comfortable fit. And btw, these Paul Green shoes are A-M-A-Z-I-N-G and worth every penny.  They have quickly become my go-to shoe this summer.

 

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