The Candler Park neighborhood is just a few minutes east of downtown and situated just south of Poncey Highlands, east of Inman Park, west of Lake Claire and north of Edgewood.
Candler Park is named after Asa Candler of Coca-Cola fame. In 1922, Candler donated 55 acres to create the public Candler Park and golf course in the location where much of it is currently located today. Candler is one of the larger parks in Atlanta and as such offers ample recreation opportunities for many different types of users from golfers, to bird watchers and festivalgoers and offers a nine-hole golf course, swimming pool, football/soccer field, basketball and tennis courts, and a large playground.
The northern side of Candler Park is bordered by Freedom Park, at 207 acres it is one of the largest city parks. Officially dedicated on September 19, 2000 with ribbon cutter Jimmy Carter, it is home to a number of outdoor sculptures and is a popular jogging, bike riding, and dog-walking park.
Little 5-Points is the eclectic shopping and hang-out for some of Atlanta's must colorful characters. Make sure you check it out... reading about it just doesn't do it justice!
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