Named after a governor and made famous by its live oaks, dripping Spanish moss, and Confederate Memorial Statue, Forsyth Park is the green hub of historic downtown Savannah. A 30-acre park, this expansive stretch of greenery is home to outdoors enthusiasts, Victorian-era mansions, and architectural treasures like Hodgson Hall and the Lucy Armstrong Mansion. Enjoyed by all who visit, Forsyth Park is for anyone who wants to see post-card worthy Savannah at its finest.
Free for all and a great place to run, bike, or play sports, you can’t miss Forsyth Park – it’s located in the heart of historic Savannah. South of Gaston Street on the side streets that border Forsyth Park are your best bets to find free parking while in downtown Savannah.