Cumming, Georgia: Midway Park

People visit Midway Park in Cumming, Georgia for the sports fields and the restaurants at the top on the street side. The park goes downhill pretty fast and has separate parking at each section. 

In addition to a sports park, there’s also a nature path at the very end of park. This pathay has a few dips, and for people with wheelchairs, there is only one way to travel because of stairs on one end (out and back). Regardless of the stairs, the trail is worth exploring to see the stream. Along the path are two bridges and tiny rocks on the ground. You can see all sorts of birds, deer and turtles in the nature path area. Bathrooms throughout the park with one accessible bathroom at each, lots and lots of parking with accessible spots at each section of the sports fields. There is paved paths all around the sports fields.  

 

  • Parking: Lots of parking and has about 2-6 wheelchair spots in each section. 
  • Bathrooms: Parking lot to paved sidewalks to center where bathrooms are.  Always men and women bathrooms in Georgia. Each bathroom I went to had 1 to multiple of regular stalls and 1 with grab bars on the sides and very large in size.  Again they are always going to be finished and nicely done.  
  • Park Maps-Keys: They have the sports field marked. 
  • Drinking Fountains: Yes, throughout the park.
  • Picnic Areas: Yes, including sheltered tables. 
  • Benches: Not really.
  • Dog Friendly: Yes, but not near the sports field.  They will always have signs saying no dogs but usually a path around or other paths you can take at every park.  
  • Trails/Pathways: Tiny short out and back along creek. 
  • Playgrounds: No, but there is a learning path which is very common in Georgia.
  • Sports: There are tennis courts and lots of specialized sports fields. 
Kristina Ann Kristina Ann (14 Posts)

I have had the pleasure of getting to see everything imaginable on the West Coast with my hiking, camping nature loving family. In my 20s I was able to travel around the world and can say I have lived on every continent besides Antarctica. Have been living out in Georgia for the last two years exploring the East Coast!


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