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Lanierland Park now open to the public in north Forsyth
Old country music venue features playground, picnic pavilions, fields
5WEB ribbon cut
Officials line up, above, to cut the ribbon Wednesday at Lanierland Park. The 109-acre park offers concessions, picnic pavilions, a playground and four rectangular fields lined for football, soccer and lacrosse. - photo by Jim Dean (previous profile)
North Forsyth has a new park, and much of the north Forsyth community was out to celebrate. On Wednesday, Forsyth County held a ribbon cutting ceremony to open the new Lanierland Park on Jot Em Down Road, named for the former country music venue on the land. The 109-acre park offers concessions, picnic pavilions, a playground and four rectangular fields lined for football, soccer and lacrosse.