Wills Park Equestrian Center in Alpharetta, Georgia
Alpharetta Sports Venues
Planning a sports event in Alpharetta is easy thanks to the city’s modern and affordable hotels, well-maintained facilities, professional partnerships, easily accessible location, and year-round sunshine.
Popular Sporting Event Venues
Football, softball, tennis, soccer, baseball
With its clusters of fields, this sprawling park is perfect for a variety of sports and tournament-friendly competition. Its facilities include seven lighted tennis courts, two multipurpose synthetic turf fields, and eight lighted softball fields. Families can enjoy two picnic pavilions and two playgrounds. Visitors can also enjoy an adult activity center, an arts building, the Rotary Reflection Garden, and 3.1-mile walking trail.
Baseball, tennis, disc golf
This 110-acre park is a tournament planner’s dream. The park includes seven grass baseball fields, one synthetic turf baseball field, two tee ball fields, and a new competition-size pool. Families can enjoy five picnic pavilions and the Wacky World Playground. Wills Park also offers a disc golf course, six lighted tennis courts, and a 1.8-mile walking trail with views of the scenic Alpharetta Community Garden and Alpharetta Arboretum.
Hockey, figure skating, volleyball, roller hockey, martial arts, yoga, wrestling
One of Georgia’s largest skating facilities, The Cooler has two 85-by-200-foot ice arenas and one 85-by-185-foot roller arena. Courts are available for basketball and volleyball, and are adaptable for other sports. Four party rooms can be used for team gatherings and celebrations.
Windward Lake Club
Windward Lake Club is a private tennis facility nestled amongst the pines in Alpharetta. The club features 30 courts, including 20 hard courts, two Har-Tru clay courts, six kids courts (36-foot courts for ages eight and under), and two platform/ paddle tennis courts.
Other Area Attractions
Downtime options abound for families in Alpharetta. Have a night out on the town at Main Event Entertainment, Topgolf, or Dave & Buster’s. Families can enjoy picnics, fresh air, and performances at one of three outdoor music venues, including Ameris Bank Amphitheatre, Chukkar Farm, and Matilda’s. Take a scenic walk on the Big Creek Greenway or at one of four arboretums. Release your inner daredevil during a rider training class at the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. Build team spirit with escape room experiences at Odyssey Escape Game and Urban Escape Games. Alpharetta has more than 200 restaurants to please everyone’s palate.
How To Get There
Alpharetta is easily accessible from all major interstates in the metro Atlanta area. Located 22 miles north of Atlanta, Alpharetta is a breeze to access from Georgia 400. Visitors can also access Alpharetta via Georgia Route 19, Highway 120, or Highway 92, which connect to major highways such as Interstate 85 and Interstate 75.