Candler Park is just east of downtown. The Candler Park neighborhood is home to 55-acre Candler Park, which features a nine-hole golf course, a swimming pool, a football/soccer field, a basketball court, tennis courts, and a playground. The park and neighborhood are named after Coca-Cola magnate Asa Griggs Candler, who donated the land to the city in 1922.
Candler Park is a close-knit community with walkable access to a variety of dining options, including breakfast stronghold Flying Biscuit Cafe and beloved Fellini's pizza.
Nearby is the Little Five Points neighborhood, with tons of dining, shopping, and entertainment options.
Candler Park is home to an active neighborhood association that plans the Fall Fest each autumn, which includes a tour of homes and a 5K. Proceeds from this event go back into the neighborhood for community improvements.
Residents in Candler Park are typically zoned for Mary Lin Elementary School,
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