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Event Permits

This category will be used for individuals, organizations or businesses who want to hold a one-time special event outside at a Forsyth County park. 

Locations Include:
  • Chattahoochee Pointe
  • Eagle's Beak Park 
  • Fowler Park 
  • Sawnee Mountain Preserve 
  • Disc Golf Course - Central Park 
  • Disc Golf Course - Chattahoochee Pointe

Download the Park Permit Application OR submit online using the link below:

Event Permit Application

Fishing Tournament Permits

This category will be used for individuals, organizations or businesses who want to hold a one-time
fishing tournament event outside at a Forsyth County park. 

Locations Include:
  • Charleston Park
  • Mary Alice Park
  • Six Mile Creek Park 
  • Young Deer Creek Park

Submit an online permit request using the link below:

Fishing Tournament Application

Race Event Permits

This category will be used for organizations or businesses who want to hold a one-time race event at a Forsyth County Park.

Locations Include:
  • Chattahoochee Pointe (3.1 miles or less)
  • Eagle‚Äôs Beak Park (3.1 miles or less)
  • Big Creek Greenway 

Submit an online permit request using the link below:

Race Event Permit Application

Film/Photography Permits

This category will be used for individuals, organizations or businesses who want to use a park location for video production or still photography. 

Locations Include:
  • Caney Creek Preserve
  • Charleston Park
  • Chattahoochee Pointe
  • Eagle's Beak Park 
  • Poole's Mill Park 
  • Sawnee Mountain Preserve
  • Shady Grove Campground

Submit an online permit request using the link below:

Film/Photography Permit Application

Geocaching/Letterboxing Permits

This category will be used for individuals, organizations or businesses who want to place an approved geocache at a Forsyth County park.


Submit an online permit application using the link below:

Geocaching Permit Application

Events can be characterized by but not limited to any of the following:
o    Event will require an entry fee, or any fee is charged to the public
o    Event will generate revenue
o    Event will be advertised to the public
o    Event will have amplified sound, food, merchandise, inflatables and other forms of entertainment
o    Event will require equipment to be set-up
o    Event activities are outside the general scope for what the facility or park was intended
o    Event may impact the environment
o    Event may restrict use of the property by the general public


Please review the Park Permits Policy & Procedure Guide for a complete listing of guidelines and fees.