Ashford Park, 2980 Redding Rd. 3-acre DeKalb County park with basketball & tennis courts, as well as a playground.
Blackburn Park, 3493 Ashford-Dunwoody Rd. Includes the Blackburn Tennis Center, this 49.5-acre DeKalb County park has tennis and basketball
courts, soccer fields, picnic areas and trails.
Briarwood Park, 2235 Briarwood Way, 18-acre Dekalb County park with swimming pool, tennis courts, recreation center and playground
Brookhaven Park, 4158 Peachtree Rd. 9-acre DeKalb County park with multi-use courts, playground, picnic area and trails.
Lynwood Park, 3360 Osborne Rd NE, 17 acres DeKalb County park with large gymnasium and meeting facilities, swimming pool, outdoor basketball & tennis courts, as well as a playground.
Murphey Candler Park, 1551 W Nancy Creek Dr. 135-acre DeKalb County park featuring large youth baseball, softball and football leagues, a 2-mile nature trail, picnic pavilions, a pool, and lake.
Skyland Park, 2600 Skyland Dr., 11-acre DeKalb County park known primarily for baseball, soccer and tennis.
Parkside Park, Dresden Drive, 2-acre. Passive Greenspace
Fernwood Park - less than an acre - Passive Greenspace
Georgian Hills Park, 2800 Georgian Drive, 7-acre.
Clack's Corner, 1410 Cartecay Drive, 0.2-acre neighborhood greenspace..
Neighborhoods: (from Wiki with some edits)
Historic Brookhaven: Historic Brookhaven is the historic residential neighborhood from which the area derives its name. It has homes surrounding the Capital City Country Club, many designed by a number of well-known Atlanta architects of the pre-war period. The neighborhood boundaries are well defined, and it stretches from Peachtree Dunwoody Road on the west, Windsor Parkway to the north, Mabry Drive to the east, and Peachtree Road to the south.
Brookhaven Heights, Brookhaven Fields, Ashford Park and Drew Valley surround Brookhaven Village our village center. These neighborhoods are mostly single family homes, a few apartments, along with Village Place and Village Park Place mixed-use developments. Two of the local elementary schools are located here, Ashford Park School and the soon to be built John Lewis School. Recent efforts to redevelop the area in to high density multifamily and mixed use have been met with determined residents who want to keep the village feel.
Lynwood Park: Lynwood Park was historically an African-American neighborhood of wood and cinderblock homes in the small area north of Windsor Parkway and east of Sandy Springs. In the last decade, residents seeking a new home in a close-in location have built crafstman-style homes, contributing to the overall improvement of the area's infrastructure. The community is home to a large park, Lynwood Park, which features basketball courts, tennis courts, a swimming pool, a recreation center, a playground and picnic area.
Peachtree Road: Peachtree Road connects Brookhaven to Buckhead and Chamblee. Much of Brookhaven's commercial developments are situated along Peachtree, including Town Brookhaven adjacent to Oglethorpe University.
North Brookhaven: North Brookhaven refers to the area that is bounded by I-285 to the north, the Fulton County line to the west, Chamblee to the east, and Windsor Parkway to the south. More specifically, the term describes the area that makes up the majority of District 1 of the city of Brookhaven. Largely suburban in character, the area is home to various residential subdivisions; two large parks, Blackburn Park and Murphey Candler Park, and the Nancy Creek PATH trail, the historic Peachtree Golf Club. The area also boasts two major lakes: Silver Lake (surrounded by the Brittany, Cambridge Park, and Hampton Hall neighborhoods) and Murphey Candler Lake. Also located in North Brookhaven is Perimeter Summit, a commercial area that represents one third of Perimeter Center.
Buford Highway: The Buford Highway corridor forms the southern portion of Brookhaven. The corridor is characterized by high-density housing with a large international population. . Due to its international character and ethnic restaurants and businesses catering to a variety of groups, including Hispanic, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean, Buford Highway has become a testament to Atlanta's growing multiethnic makeup.
Lenox Park: Lenox Park is a former country club in the southwest corner of Brookhaven, re-purposed for residential and office uses. It is located between Roxboro Road and North Druid Hills Road, just north of Buford Highway and is home to the headquarters of AT&T Mobility.