Leone Hall Price Park

Leone Hall Price Park is a popular destination for families, outdoor enthusiasts, and anyone looking to enjoy a relaxing day in the great outdoors. The 243 acre passive park is named after Leone Hall Price, a former mayor of Kennesaw who served from 1956 to 1964.

The park features a range of recreational facilities and amenities, including a covered pavilion, picnic areas, restrooms, water fountains, and walking trails that wind through the park’s natural wooded area. There are also numerous benches and tables throughout the park as well as an amphitheater.  Visitors to the park can enjoy a leisurely walk while taking in the scenic views of the natural surroundings.

The outer perimeter Creek Loop at Leone Hall Price Park takes visitors to the Allatoona Creek.  This 1 mile loop trail is generally considered an easy route and takes an average of 21 min to complete.  The 0.6 mile inner Meadow Loop takes visitors to the meadow and back and takes an average of 14 minutes to complete.  There are also many offshoots to smaller trails off the main loops.

In addition to its recreational facilities, Leone Hall Price Park also hosts a variety of community events throughout the year, including scout camps, family hikes, adult hikes, an ASL walk, and other outdoor activities. The park’s pavilion and picnic areas can be rented for private events, making it a popular destination for family gatherings and social events.

Leone Hall Price Park is open to the public year-round, and admission is free.

4715 Stilesboro Rd, Kennesaw, GA 30152

Dawn to Dusk, 6 am to 7 pm

(678) 414-0430