Woodstock Downtown Residential Amenities Overview


Our neighborhood features a private, one-of-a-kind, world class pool with varying depths from 0-5 feet. This saltwater oasis provides summertime entertainment for residents of all ages. One side provides zero entry access, perfect for little ones; the other includes swim lanes suitable for laps. Newly resurfaced, this beautiful pool is surrounded by ample decking, luxurious lounge chairs, dining tables, a covered grilling area, and plenty of umbrellas. The centralized pavilion provides a shaded gathering space, complete with specialized lighting and ceiling fans. Day or night, the swimming pool is one of our most prized amenities.  

Wheeler Street Stage

As a unique neighborhood in the midst of an entertainment district, it seems only fitting that we have our own community stage. Located on Wheeler Street between McAffee and Latimer Streets, this private area features a tree-lined green space and a covered stage. The stage itself features special lighting and is fitted with a number of power outlets. Residents are welcome to use this space for impromptu games of catch, casual picnics, family events, or socializing with neighbors. Periodically, the HOA hosts concerts that are open to all. For planned, private events, the stage and green may be reserved through by completing the "Wheeler Street Stage Reservation Form," available on this website. NOTE: Reservations are limited to personal celebrations such as birthdays, anniversaries, etc. This space may not be used for political, religious or for-profit events. 


A children's playground is nestled in our community between McAffee Street and Hubbard Road. The Dial Park playground is a great place for play, relaxation and a gathering place for our neighborhood families. There are swings, slides, and things to climb. This resident-only park is open to all neighborhood children to enjoy from dawn to dusk.

Walking and Biking Trails

From natural paths to dog-friendly walks to world-class mountain bike trails, there’s no shortage of places to wander in Woodstock. Greenprints Alliance is inspiring folks in Cherokee County to get outdoors by working to create a trail system that connects our community. Mountain bike trails can be found at Olde Rope Mill Park and Dupree Park with trails for everyone in the family from beginner to advanced. The walking trails are typically 10' wide concrete for walkers, runners, and non-motorized bikers. The Noonday Creek and the Towne Lake Pass trails in Woodstock are a combined 2.9 miles long and connect Downtown Woodstock to Highway 92 to Towne Lake Parkway. A beautiful bridge spans Noonday Creek to connect to Woofstock Dog Park. Portions of the trail system have been built with the ultimate goal of at least 30 miles of trail system that will connect with Cobb County and the Silver Comet Trail.