Located north and slightly east of Atlanta, Dunwoody is an affluent community that was incorporated as a city in 2008. The area was established in the early 1830s and is named for Major Charles Dunwoody. It enjoys a convenient location to Downtown Atlanta along with rolling green lawns, community events, dog parks, and pools.

Key Features

Somewhere For Everyone: Dunwoody is comprised of six distinct districts: Dunwoody Village, Perimeter Center, Georgetown, Williamsburg, Winters Chapel, and Tilly Mill. Each district has a unique personality, architectural style, and proximity to amenities.

Small But Mighty: Though Dunwoody is geographically smaller than the surrounding cities, it's full of attractions and amenities. From Brook Run Park and the Dunwoody Nature Center to Kingsley Lake and shopping destinations like Perimeter Mall, Dunwoody has something for everyone's taste.

Nest Picks

Brook Run Park

This 110-acre park is home to a community garden as well as a dog park, trails, a skate park, and a playground. It also features Treetop Quest, a ropes course and zipline adventure park. Whether you come here for high adventure or to walk and talk with friends, you'll find it all at Brook Run Park.

Vino Venue

This women-led establishment has everything guests could want: an impressive self-serve wine vending experience, craft beer, and a bistro, all with an emphasis on guest experience. It also hosts wine courses and private events where it seeks to educate and entertain even the most inexperienced of wine enthusiasts.

Dunwoody Nature Center

This 22-acre private nonprofit organization was founded in 1992 and is home to a variety of outdoor attractions. Children and adults alike will delight in the hammocks, rope swings, hiking trails, gardens, playground, boardwalk, and more. Even better, general admission is free, and it's open from sunup to sundown every day!

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