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Kennesaw - Swift-Cantrell Park

3140 Old 41 Highway

Swift-Cantrell Park serves as one of the premier recreation, relaxation and central gathering places for area residents. At 42 acres, the City's largest community park features: two age appropriate playgrounds, a dog park, a skate park, three picnic pavilions, two restroom buildings, a one mile perimeter asphalt trail, a half-mile inner-loop ashpalt trail, shade structures, acres of open turf for passive recreation, drinking fountains and restrooms.

Park hours of operation are from 7 am to 10 pm.



Reviews

Jessie Formicola

Rating:
Thursday, March 29, 2018
Great park to take the family to! There's a skate park, several paths to walk on, a dog park, playgrounds, pavilions and lots of green space to hang out. The layout is perfect and it is so beautiful to just sit, relax and people watch. The grounds are kept very nice as well. One of the best parks I've seen. They should open up one in Dallas as well

Thomas Newhall

Rating:
Sunday, March 18, 2018
Love the many different play areas and large parking lot. The swings are a bit dated compared to newer playgrounds. The coolest part had to be the skate park. This is really fun for all ages. Watch the youngins around the bowl... It's no joke!...

Roy Stapp

Rating:
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
This is a absolutely amazing park. There are two play grounds, one for the smaller kids and a larger one for the older kids. A outdoor work out area, skatepark, 1 mile running/walking loop, dog park, and plenty of space for kiting or other field activities. A great place to take the family for a day at the park

Lydia Whatley

Rating:
Sunday, April 1, 2018
Dog park is a great draw for small and large pups. People are friendly and pups get along well together. Highly recommend going if Kennesaw gets snow again. My dogs loved jumping around in the dog park snow!

Jan G

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Monday, Feb. 5, 2018
The park is clean and well maintained but the dog park has mostly become an increasingly worse place. When the big dog side gets muddy, the owners take big dogs on the small dog side leaving nowhere for those of us with smaller dogs to go. And unlike other parks where the small dog side has signage saying that dogs have to be 25 or 30 pounds and under, this park signage says 20 pounds. I have a dog who is 25 pounds. I can't put her in with 100 pound dogs whose owners are not watching them, without putting her at risk. She was attacked viciously last time I tried. But I am in violation of rules if i.put her on the small side. Just seems like what started out as a great place has gone downhill.

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