950 Rowland Road
|Bonner Park features a pavilion with picnic tables and grill, children's playground, tennis courts, on-site parking and a wooded creek that's perfect for nature walks.|
|East View Park
1171 Eastview Road
|Eastview Playground offers children's play equipment including swings, monkey bars, a grill, picnic table and wide open green space for games of Frisbee or picnics with the family.|
Pleasant Circle Park
|Pleasant Circle Park features a basketball court, swings, a modular play system, a grill and picnic table.|
|Veal Street Park
1160 Veal Street
|Veal Street Park offers a basketball court, swings, a wooded creek for nature walks, a picnic table, grill and open green space for picnics. Veal Street Park is also adjacent to the new Veal Street Community Center located at 1160 Veal Street, a rentable facility that is available for birthday parties, meetings, showers and more! Call the Conyers Welcome Center at 770-602-2606 for rental rates and availability.|
Lewis-Vaughn Botanical Garden
|The Lewis-Vaughn Botanical Garden is located adjacent to the Pavilion in Olde Town Conyers. This unique park features a wide variety of native plants, a fountain and stream with goldfish and pond bloomers. The stream is fed by the original Conyers water tower. Restroom facilities and an open-air pavilion (available for rental) round out the amenities at this location.|
|Center Point Park
941 Green Street
|Center Point Park, located at the corner of Center and Green Streets, is home of the 1905 Rogers steam locomotive known as "The Dinky." The Dinky is one of only three locomotives of its kind in the world. It was once used to transport cotton from the Depot in Conyers to the mills in neighboring Milstead. It is now permanently parked on the siderails across from the Depot in Center Point Park.|
Center and Green Street
|O'Neal Park offers a small modular play system for children and benches to rest along the PATH Trail.|
|Georgia International Horse Park
1996 Centennial Olympic Parkway
|Conyers is home to one of the premier horse and event facilities in the southeast, the Georgia International Horse Park.|
Pictured below is the Lewis Vaughn Botanical Garden.
The Georgia International Horse Park offers miles of trails for everyone to enjoy! The trails were created for the equestrian and mountain biking competitions during the 1996 Olympics. Since the Olympics, mountain bike and horse riders have enjoyed the multi-terrain, scenic trail system that offers different levels of intensity for your journey. The trails are open daily from dawn to dusk and are free for the public's use. Any circumstances that require the park to close the trails are posted on the park website and on the city's event calendar. For additional information on the trails, please call the Georgia International Horse Park at 770-860-4190 or visit their website at www.georgiahorsepark.com. The Big Haynes Creek Nature Center, located within the horse park, also offers horse, mountain biking and hiking trails for your enjoyment.
The city of Conyers has partnered with the PATH Foundation to create a system of multi-use, 10-foot wide trails. The Olde Town Conyers PATH Trail opened in May 2011 and stretches nearly 1.7 miles from the Nancy Guinn Memorial Library in Olde Town Conyers to the Rockdale Career Academy.
The second phase of the PATH Trail opened in September 2012. This portion of the trail extends two miles from the Rockdale Career Academy to the Corner Market development on Flat Shoals Road and on to Ebenezer Road and Johnson Park.
The newest phase of the PATH Trail officially opened on October 19, 2017 and stretches nearly 1.57 miles from the Nancy Guinn Memorial Library in Olde Town Conyers to Pine Log Park. The $1.7 million trail was funded by the PATH Foundation and SPLOST funding.
The trail is open from sunrise until sunset and motor vehicle traffic on the trail is prohibited. Pets on the trail are required to be on a leash.
Olde Town PATH Trail Map - Updated Map Coming Soon!
The City of Conyers maintains three city cemeteries located within the city limits. All three of these cemeteries feature historic grave markers and are the perfect place for residents and visitors to research genealogies.
- East View Cemetery located on East View Road
- Pine Log Cemetery on Pine Log Road
- South Main Street Cemetery located on Main Street
A map of these cemeteries and those buried there is available by clicking on the Conyers Cemetery Map page created by the city's GIS department. For more information on individuals buried in these Conyers cemeteries, email Donna Freeman or contact her at 770-785-3805.